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Climate Change Denier Inhofe Says Monster Tornado 'Hard To Explain'

Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe (R), who maintains that <A href="">global warming is a hoax</a> created by former Vice President Al Gore and the United Nations, said on Tuesday that it was "hard to explain" why Monday's tornado was "so much worse."

NYT Publishes Gitmo Hunger Striker's Op-Ed

An inmate at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, took to the pages of The New York Times to tell about the degradation and misery the hunger strikers are experiencing at the prison. His name is Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel, and he can only "write" by dictating to his lawyers, through a translator, over the phone.

Rand Paul On FEMA: Disasters Better Handled At Local Level

Rand Paul must feel like a broken record right now, because he pretty much repeated verbatim during his interview with Neil Cavuto this Monday what he said on CNN last week -- don't borrow money to pay for FEMA and let local organizations and

So, You Think Occupy Is Dead, Eh?

At the St. Francis de Sales church on B-129th Street, the church hall has been taken over by Occupy Sandy—an offshoot of the still-active networks of Occupy Wall Street.

Colbert Extends His Offer To Teabag Donald Trump For Charity

After Donald Trump extended his offer to President Obama that he would donate $5 million to charity if the President releases his college records and passport application, Stephen Colbert responded in kind, and also extended his offer to teabag the

Organizing For Colorado Springs Firefighters And Families

Wildfires in Colorado continue to rage. As of Wednesday morning, the 6,200-acre blaze had been only 5 percent contained, and 65 mph winds blew the fire through containment lines into northwest Colorado Springs on Tuesday. Officials say it is