Three Senate Republicans are calling for the creation of a select committee to investigate the Obama White House’s failure to stop the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi that left four Americans, including the ambassador to Libya, dead.
The group will post a full page ad in the Washington Times on Monday. The advertisement will have the headline, “We, the undersigned, proudly support Governor Mitt Romney as our nation’s next President and Commander-in-Chief,” followed by the names of the former military commanders.
MSNBC president Phil Griffin apologized Thursday after host Chris Matthews called Charles and David Koch “pigs” in a segment with Rep. Ed Markey Wednesday.
A group of Republican senators is demanding to know why the White House continues to leak to the press highly classified information that “stands in direct contradiction to the information briefed to congressional oversight committees,” according to a letter sent Friday to President Barack Obama.
Media coverage of President Barack Obama over the past several months has been significantly more favorable compared to that of his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, a recent Pew analysis found.
Chinese officials last month forced a six-month pregnant woman to have an abortion against her will, All Girls Allowed reports. The Chinese government recently outlawed forced late term abortions, a practice that the country’s one-child policy has encouraged.
The Service Employees International Union has spent nearly $70 million in campaign dollars this election cycle, making the union the top outside spender for Democrats, reports the Wall Street Journal: