The story that started it all: Oct 4

by Reza Kahlili -- Editor's note: Fulfilling a request of Barack Obama's administration reported exclusively by WND on Oct. 4 in the story below, Iran has announced its promise as outlined in more…

Akin arrested at least 8 times in 1980s

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Washington Post) Missouri Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin was arrested at least four times in addition to the four times that were reported by the St. Louis Dispatch more…

28 papers quit Obama to endorse Romney

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (The Blaze) Do newspaper endorsements mean what they used to? Maybe not. But Mitt Romney has over one hundred of them, which is an impressive feat for a more…

Obama's Benghazi investigator tied to Libya bombing

by Aaron Klein -- JERUSALEM – The Obama administration’s lead investigator into the Benghazi attack, former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, previously held clandestine meetings with Hamas aimed at opening U.S. dialogue with the more…

N.Y.: Voting may be permitted beyond Tuesday

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WCBS-TV) New York state law allows for an extra day of voting if turnout is drastically suppressed because of a natural disaster like Superstorm Sandy. That could potentially more…

Former Hillary aide backs Romney

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Politico) Mitt Romney has been making a pitch for bipartisanship in the closing days of the race, and this morning rolled out an endorsement from Hillary Clinton's former more…

Obama: 'Voting is the best revenge'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (The Hill) GOP nominee Mitt Romney began his final weekend campaign blitz in New Hampshire Saturday morning, ripping President Obama for telling supporters that "voting is the best more…

Report: Obama had 2.6 GPA at Columbia

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Daily Caller) The shroud over President Barack Obama's college records — recently spotlighted by Donald Trump's $5 million challenge — is prompting Americans to share what they've got, more…

Liberals fear grand-bargain betrayal by Obama

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Politico) Labor unions and liberal interest groups are going all-out for President Barack Obama's reelection — but they're just as ready to turn that firepower back on him more…