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"Unless effective action is taken quickly, it is likely to be a matter of when, not if, [air traffic control] systems en...
11/01/2016
Are FAA Computers at Risk of Being Hacked?

"Unless effective action is taken quickly, it is likely to be a matter of when, not if, [air traffic control] systems encounter attacks that do serious harm to operations."

The department's information systems could be at risk for compromise.

Federal officials could have issued an emergency order to protect Flint residents from tainted drinking water more than ...
10/24/2016
EPA Could Have Helped Flint Sooner

Federal officials could have issued an emergency order to protect Flint residents from tainted drinking water more than a year ago

Agency Had Authority To Act On Tainted Water

Everyone knows his name, but Clarence Thomas’ pen pal saw a different man than the public legend.
10/23/2016
Letters from Clarence Thomas

Everyone knows his name, but Clarence Thomas’ pen pal saw a different man than the public legend.

Mark Davis was 11 years old when he opened a handwritten letter that changed his life.

Thanks to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, charities can no longer send gift cigars to U.S. soldiers stationed abr...
10/21/2016
Close, but No Cigar

Thanks to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, charities can no longer send gift cigars to U.S. soldiers stationed abroad.

Agency banned cigar gifts as health hazards

“I, Whiskey," by Competitive Enterprise Institute explores the history, manufacture, and sale of liquor.
10/18/2016
Welcome to the World of Whiskey

“I, Whiskey," by Competitive Enterprise Institute explores the history, manufacture, and sale of liquor.

Short Film Celebrates Cocktails And Free Enterprise

Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson campaigned at Liberty University Monday, telling students not to vote for ...
10/18/2016
Gary Johnson Visits Liberty University

Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson campaigned at Liberty University Monday, telling students not to vote for “somebody you don’t believe in.”

Candidate receives mixed reception

It's open market on cigars and rum from Cuba but at what cost to American businesses?
10/17/2016
Cuban Cigars and Rum Ban Lifted

It's open market on cigars and rum from Cuba but at what cost to American businesses?

Small U.S. Cigar Shops Fear Business Downturn

"The Clinton Foundation’s philanthropic work in Colombia did more to promote a wealthy donor’s business interests th...
10/17/2016
Clinton Foundation more concerned with Bill’s pal than Colombia’s poor

"The Clinton Foundation’s philanthropic work in Colombia did more to promote a wealthy donor’s business interests than help the country’s poor."

The Clinton Foundation’s philanthropic work in Colombia did more to promote a wealthy donor’s business interests than help the country’s poor residents escape poverty, a new investigative report cl…

Report: fossil fuels will hit the skids, wind and solar power will experience unprecedented growth and the overall deman...
10/16/2016
Is the Energy Department Going Down?

Report: fossil fuels will hit the skids, wind and solar power will experience unprecedented growth and the overall demand for energy will peak well before mid-century.

Some analysts question study's optimistic assumptions

North Las Vegas wants to remove the barrier that prevents people with criminal records from getting jobs.
10/15/2016
Vegas Bans the Box

North Las Vegas wants to remove the barrier that prevents people with criminal records from getting jobs.

Governments And Businesses Move To Break Down Employment Barriers

The Justice Department has decided not to prosecute an U.S. Environmental Protection Agency employee for a massive toxic...
10/14/2016
No Charges in Toxic Mine Spill

The Justice Department has decided not to prosecute an U.S. Environmental Protection Agency employee for a massive toxic spill.

Congressional committee leaders blast federal inaction

Even the IRS hires companies with big tax liens.
10/14/2016
Tax Debtors Score Big Government Contracts

Even the IRS hires companies with big tax liens.

Owing back taxes isn’t enough to stop companies from being awarded millions of dollars in contracts from Uncle Sam.

The New York State Legislature wants to give itself a 47% raise?!
10/14/2016
NY Lawmakers Vote on Their Own Raises

The New York State Legislature wants to give itself a 47% raise?!

The Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive Compensation has until Nov. 15 to decide whether to approve a pay increase.

Hillary Clinton isn’t letting up on Donald J. Trump
10/13/2016
Clinton Hit Trump Hard

Hillary Clinton isn’t letting up on Donald J. Trump

"Friends don't let friends vote for Trump," she said.

An AMI exclusive sheds light on untold secrets behind the Clinton Foundation’s largest individual donor, Canadian fina...
10/13/2016
The Clinton Foundation’s Toxic Legacy

An AMI exclusive sheds light on untold secrets behind the Clinton Foundation’s largest individual donor, Canadian financier Frank Giustra

Hillary Clinton says she's proud of the foundation’s development work. We visited its biggest overseas projects and met many "beneficiaries" who wonder why.

Do you need to talk to your doctor about diabetes? This new assessment tool may help.
10/13/2016
New Diabetes Screening Tool Aids Patients

Do you need to talk to your doctor about diabetes? This new assessment tool may help.

“We're already engaging with over three million people in the country per month about their health.”

Things are a little brighter in Sandpoint, Idaho this week.
10/11/2016
Solar Roads Light Up Idaho

Things are a little brighter in Sandpoint, Idaho this week.

High-tech Panels Make Public Debut In Downtown Square

The race for the White House hits the home stretch in the Battle Born state.
10/11/2016
All Campaign Roads Lead To Nevada

The race for the White House hits the home stretch in the Battle Born state.

Swing State Could Decide Presidency and Senate Control

Today’s historic election in Morocco could shift the balance of democratic power.
10/08/2016
Morocco Faces Historic Election

Today’s historic election in Morocco could shift the balance of democratic power.

“This is an important election, it is the only time an Arab Islamist party has completed its mandate.”

Netflix, Hulu and Sling TV and online video services are being eyed as the next golden goose for tax revenues.
10/07/2016
Is the Taxman Targeting Netflix and Hulu?

Netflix, Hulu and Sling TV and online video services are being eyed as the next golden goose for tax revenues.

Taxing Internet-based streaming downloads could be on the way.

A private prison operator is protesting cuts to for-profit correctional facilities.
10/07/2016
Protests Over Private Prisons Go Public

A private prison operator is protesting cuts to for-profit correctional facilities.

Prison Operator And Lawmakers Weigh In Against Justice Department

Helping the body to regrow damaged organs may sound like science fiction, but researchers in Switzerland say they’ve d...
10/07/2016
Watch These Organs Regrow Themselves

Helping the body to regrow damaged organs may sound like science fiction, but researchers in Switzerland say they’ve done just that.

Imagine a heart valve that grows with you

A&E is launching a live television series covering the lives of our men in blue in real time.
10/07/2016
A&E Launches New "Live PD" Series

A&E is launching a live television series covering the lives of our men in blue in real time.

"Live PD" will present officers around the country in real time, using dash cams, fixed rigs and handheld cameras

Senator Harry Reid has blocked a bill  affecting the terminally ill.
10/06/2016
Reid Roadblocks Republicans

Senator Harry Reid has blocked a bill affecting the terminally ill.

The bill would allow experimental treatments to be tried without affecting the results of clinical trials.

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