Former Governor And Navy Seal Jesse Ventura Won’t See ‘American Sniper'; Says Kyle Is No Hero January 29, 2015
Ventura also dismissed American Sniper as propaganda because it conveys the false idea that Iraq had something to do with the 9/11 attacks.
American Indian Tribes To Discuss Legal Marijuana At Conference By AP
There's been a lot of discussion among tribes since the Justice Department announced in December that it would allow them to grow and sell marijuana.
Anti-Citizens United Protesters Disrupt Supreme Court By AP
Those arrested were charged with conspiracy-related offenses arising from the courtroom disturbance.
German Anti-Islam Leader Resigns After ‘Hitler Selfie’ Surfaces Online By AP
The PEGIDA leader was behind last week's anti-Islamization of the West protest in Germany.
Russia And Iran Sign Military Cooperation Deal By AP
It is the first time in 15 years that a Russian defense minister has visited Iran and underlines the growing military and diplomatic ties between both countries united by their joint opposition to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle Eastern region and beyond.
US Judges Review Broad Surveillance Of Muslims By NYPD By AP
"You've got to admit there are a lot of people in this country that (became) prejudiced against Muslims after 9/11," U.S. Circuit Judge Jane R. Roth said. "Whether that includes the people who have instituted the surveillance practice in New York City — how can we know
Pope On Free Speech: If Someone Cursed My Mother, He Can Expect A Punch By AP
"If my good friend Dr. Gasbarri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch," Francis said half-jokingly, throwing a mock punch his way. "It's normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others."
Syrian Rebels, Government Reach Truce In Besieged Area By AP
Russia, a key ally of President Bashar Assad, is meanwhile hoping to bring the government and the opposition together in a Jan. 26 meeting to agree on the basis of a future dialogue.
In Resort Towns, Working Class Squeezed Out As Rich Move In By AP
"It's a mirror image of Detroit, where wealth, not poverty, is driving population down," said Mick Ireland, a former three-term Aspen mayor.
2,600 Mental Health Workers To Strike In California Over Treatment Of Mentally Ill By AP
The health care provider's 2,600 psychologists, therapists and social workers will walk out to demand that Kaiser Permanente offer timely, quality mental health care at its psychiatry departments and clinics.