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Poll: GOP hits 5-year high approval rating

Republicans are enjoying their most favorable rating in five years as they prepare to take full control of Congress in January, according to a new nationwide survey.<p>Meanwhile, President Barack Obama's approval rating has hit a five-year low in the Bloomberg Politics poll.<p>While the survey still …

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Jonathan Gruber: 'I am embarrassed, and I am sorry'

<b>(CNN) —</b> MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber apologized Tuesday for his "glib, thoughtless and sometimes downright insulting comments" about Obamacare and the intelligence of American voters.<p>Gruber, who had tremendous influence in shaping the Affordable Care Act, came under fire last month after …

Planned giant Eye of Sauron installation in Moscow condemned by Orthodox Church

A Russian Orthodox Church spokesman decried the installation, to be affixed to the 21st floor of a skyscraper, as a ‘symbol of the triumph of evil’<p>The Russian Orthodox Church has warned of dire consequences for Moscow if plans proceed for a skyscraper light installation modeled on the all-seeing …

Life on Earth could have started with comet impact, scientists prove

Scientists have shown that molecules found in comets can break down into the building blocks of our DNA when under great heat and pressure<p>Scientists have long believed that comets may have seeded Earth with the building blocks of life.<p>They theorised that around four billion years ago our planet was …

Mountain-sized asteroid is heading towards Earth, says scientist

A Russian scientist has discovered a huge asteroid '2014 UR116' passes Earth every three years<p>A mountain-sized asteroid which crosses paths with the Earth every three years has been discovered by a Russian scientist.<p>Vladimir Lipunov, a professor at Moscow State University, said the space rock, …

CIA report's most shocking passages

Here's a look at some of the techniques the CIA used to interrogate detainees that were included in a Senate Intelligence Committee report released Tuesday.<p>1. The CIA conducted at least two mock executions -- among other techniques that went unreported in the agency's cables. Others included …

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Bush era haunts Obama

George W. Bush went home to Texas nearly six years ago, but the nation is still working through the contentious national security legacy he left behind.<p>A hotly disputed Senate report on the CIA's brutal interrogation tactics is tearing open barely healed political wounds first opened after the …

Can America's Desert Cities Adapt Before They Dry Out And Die?

By Thor Benson7 minute Read<p>Los Angeles traffic is worse than usual as hordes of parched citizens evacuate a concrete tomb that once supported …

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Obama reassures Latinos on immigration action

Less than a month after President Barack Obama announced his executive action on immigration reform, the country's chief executive made a concerted effort to reach out the Latino community, and assure them that his policies will not be overturned under a new administration.<p>In back-to-back …

Congress squabbles over policy but reaches spending deal

Top lawmakers agreed to $1.1 trillion government funding bill late Tuesday, just two days before federal agencies are due to run out of money. The negotiating breakthrough likely means the government will stay open as usual, avoiding a potential shutdown.<p>The release of the bill was held up until …