Israelis rule out arson in November mosque attack
Israeli officials say a blaze last month at a West Bank mosque most likely resulted from an electrical problem, not arson.
Repurposing of DOE Loans Could Give Nuclear Power Industry a Needed Boost, an Industrial Info News Alert
Written by Brock Ramey, North American Research Manager for the Power Industry, for Industrial Info Resources -- The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission decided this fall on a new rule regarding the handling ...
French court to rule on Uber ban in new challenge
A French court is expected to decide Friday whether to ban the ride-hailing company Uber's service after a complaint from rival taxi and car services.
South African judge to rule on honeymoon slaying
A South African judge is reading her decision on whether she will dismiss the murder case against a British man accused of killing his wife while they were on honeymoon.
FDA to improve drug warning labels for new and expecting moms
Amarillo, TX - Some new and expecting mothers worry about whether medication they must take for their health is safe for their babies.
A Case for a Monetary Rule: It?s Time to End the Fed?s Discretion
This article appeared on Forbes.com on December 22, 2014. The Federal Reserve has long been the world?s most powerful central bank and has become even more so since the 2008 financial crisis.
Stockman condemns Erdogan's arrest orders
Senate Republicans debate keeping Democrats' filibuster rules
After complaining about the way Democrats changed the rules for approving nominations, Senate Republicans may keep them
Cruz stands with Texas against President Obama?s Executive Amnesty, joins amicus brief in Texas v. United States
Scratch One off the List: Rob Portman Rules out 2016 Run
Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) said Tuesday morning he would not run for president, one of the few ascendant Republicans to rule out a 2016 run.