U.S., Israeli Officials Deny U.S. Has Cut Israel Out of Iran Talks

Officials: Kerry continuing conversations with Netanyahu

Senior U.S. officials in both the State Department and White House denied reports that the Obama administration has stopped informing Israel about Iran nuclear talks as a result of anger over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming speech before a joint session of Congress, according to statements provided to the Free Beacon.

Farewell Federal Grants—and Good Riddance!

Review: James L. Buckley’s ‘Saving Congress from Itself’

Say goodbye to those education Pell Grants and to that HUD Home Investment Partnership Program you have heard so many nice things about. In fact, if former senator and federal judge James L. Buckley has his way, every government program that relies on federal grants to state and local governments will be done for.

NSA Braced for New Leaks

Foreign security firm uncovered cyber spy methods

The National Security Agency, still reeling from massive leaks caused by Edward Snowden, is preparing to be hit with another major loss of secrets, according to U.S. intelligence officials.

Feds Buying Million Dollar ‘Green’ Buses

Government Spending $54.5 Million for 60 Electric Buses

The Federal Transit Authority (FTA) is spending $54.5 million to purchase 60 electric buses and charging stations for public transit systems across the country, costing taxpayers nearly $1 million per bus.

Reports: Islamic State Kidnaps 21 Egyptian Christians in Libya

Egyptian president orders evacuation of remaining citizens

Militants from the al Qaeda-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) celebrate the group's declaration of an Islamic state, in FallujahEgyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has instructed authorities to assist with the evacuation of Egyptians from neighboring Libya after the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group claimed it had kidnapped 21 Coptic Christians there, Al Arabiya reports.

Russian Intel Ship Spying on US Missile Submarines

AGI Viktor Leonov recently spotted in Cuba

Men fish near the Russian warship Viktor Leonov CCB-175, docked in Havana's harbor, Cuba, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015A Russian intelligence-gathering ship is again plying waters off the southern United States in operations aimed at spying on U.S. ballistic missile submarines based in the area, defense officials said.