When Reuters is reporting it this way, it can't be good for the administration: "The Obama administration's plan to cut more than $1 trillion from the deficit over the next decade relies heavily on so-called backdoor tax increases that will result in a bigger tax bill for middle-class families."
A tale of two terrorists: "The United States was, and still is, at war with al Qaeda," Mr. Bharara argued. "And because the group does not control territory as a sovereign nation does, the war effort relies less on deterrence than on disruption—on preventing attacks before they can occur. At the core of such disruption efforts is obtaining accurate intelligence about al Qaeda's plans, leaders and capabilities."
Rumble: "Virginia's Democratic-controlled state Senate passed measures Monday that would make it illegal to require individuals to purchase health insurance, a direct challenge to the party's efforts in Washington to reform health care."
Perhaps "We're making tough choices" was not the best headline for an op-ed written by a man with a pregnant ex-girlfriend he left for a new woman.
Well, this is embarrassing: Canadian official headed to U.S. for heart surgery.