Summary Former Rep. Ron Paul's push to audit the Federal Reserve got another boost Wednesday when the House passed the bill for the second time in three years, and by a bigger margin than before. Mr. Paul, a long-time congressman who twice ran for the GOP's presidential nomination, made auditing the Fed one of his chief campaign issues, and it regularly drew loud applause from his followers. The bill would order the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office to review the Fed's decision-making -- particularly on monetary policy.
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Summary It's official: the world just became a little more beautiful...because Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling have welcomed a baby girl! Meanwhile, the super-private lovebirds seem stronger than ever after first stepping out as a couple about three years ago. . "All her friends love Ryan and Eva together," the source dished of the twosome.
Summary TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - President Barack Obama says U.S. forces in Iraq "do not and will not" have a combat mission as part of the effort against Islamic State militants. That command oversees military efforts in the Mideast. The president says the fight against the Islamic State group cannot be America's alone and will require a broad coalition.
Summary A tough challenge against No. 22 Clemson on Saturday night got even tougher for No. 1 Florida State on Wednesday as it was announced that quarterback Jameis Winston will sit out the first half. It is clear that Florida State is sending a message since Saturday's game figures to have a big impact on the Seminoles' College Football Playoff chances. Winston is a key piece to the puzzle, but the team will have to rally together as a whole to have success in the first half without its leader on offense against Clemson. .
Summary One glance at this week's headlines reveals that the region's fractious political situation is intensifying, with separatist activists gaining more and more support every day. Can the United States stand idly by as Scotland descends into civil war?. Scotland has just 5,000 combat troops, hardly enough to defend its government against the more than 1 million rebels claiming allegiance to the radical group YES who already are taking to the streets in droves.