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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's about time. After 26 years, a major new motorcycle crash study is poised to begin. Since 1981, when the famed Hurt Study issued its findings on the causes of motorcycle accidents, a lot has changed. Almost 11 million street bikes have been sold in...
Times Staff WriterThe Senate gave final passage today to a bill putting a single director in charge of the nation's spy agencies, capping a contentious, five-month legislative push to respond to the recommendations of the Sept. 11 commission that investigated the 2001...
Tags: Politics, Carl Levin, Crimes, Robert Byrd, Dick Cheney
Federal News ServiceFollowing is testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, as provided by Federal News Service. SEN. JOHN WARNER: The committee meets today for the second of a series of hearings regarding the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners by some elements...
Associated PressBELMAR, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose own state was beset by a major storm last year and then by squabbling in Congress over disaster aid, said Wednesday that Oklahoma's tornado victims deserve "swift and immediate" help, and...
Having spent nine years in Oklahoma, I found much about that state’s people to respect and admire—particularly their faith and their resiliency, which are intertwined in ways not understood by those who have never lived in the Bible Belt. They...
Tags: Politics, Ronald Reagan, Tom Coburn, Republican Party, Primaries
Tulsa WorldThe potential Republican U.S. Senate candidates waiting in a long line for incumbent Sen. Jim Inhofe to retire might have a longer wait than they had hoped. Speaking Friday at the Tulsa Republican Club, Inhofe said emphatically that he is not a declared...
There's nothing Washington likes better than a scandal. So official Washington was absolutely orgasmic this week while dealing with not one, but three scandals at the same time. Not one of which, sadly, was a sex scandal. First, there were accusations...
The Norman Transcript, Okla.U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa, senior member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, voted Wednesday in favor of S. 601, the Water Resources Development Act of 2013, which passed the Senate by a vote of 83-14. The bill authorizes new water...
On Monday, President Obama called the ongoing controversy over the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi a "sideshow." The president accused critics of exploiting the tragedy for political reasons, and argued that his administration has...
Tulsa WorldFourth District Rep. Tom Cole joined Republicans on Monday clamoring for further investigation into last year's terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Cole said he is signing on as a co-sponsor of House Resolution 36, which would...
Orlando Sentinel Editorial BoardOn Monday President Obama called the ongoing controversy over the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya a “sideshow.” The president accused critics of exploiting the tragedy for political reasons, and argued that his...
Lebanon Daily News, Pa.Pennsylvania's Republican Sen. Pat Toomey said on Friday that he does not envision serving more than two terms. Toomey made the comment during a 20-minute interview with the Lebanon Daily News editorial board that was also streamed live at LDNews.com....
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