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Eyes in the Sky: Drones Coming to a City Near You
Drones may soon become common sights in the sky. They have the ability to open doors for new ways of doing business. But they also raise privacy concerns.
Congress is beginning work to slash the federal criminal code, saying it's so large that every American over age 18 may've broken the law and not know it.
Task Force Declares War on Over-Criminalization
Islamic Protests in Bangladesh Turn Deadly
Israelis Calm Despite Heightened Syria Tensions
The U.S. is at a crossroads as forces work to change the face of traditional marriage. But a new generation is emerging to defend America's families.
Crossroads: The Consequences of Redefining Marriage
Boy Scouts Facing Major Decisions on Gays
Gay Marriage Hearings Show a Nation Deeply Divided
What a Pro-Gay Marriage Ruling Means for Culture
Substance or Flash? Obama Leaves for Israel
David sits down with the new president-elect of the Heritage Foundation to discuss the future of conservatism
The Brody File delves into the sequestration fiasco by heading to the Heritage Foundation and talking to their new president-elect Jim DeMint. Also, The Brody File hands out its Academy Award for Best Dramatic Actor.
Israelis in Judea and Samaria have been branded as the main obstacle to Mideast peace. But the region plays a crucial part in Israel's security and biblical heritage.
After the Supreme Court ruled Obamacare was constitutional, most thought the case against the law was settled. But a growing number of legal challenges could mean it's undoing.
Could String of Lawsuits Unravel Obamacare?
Washington may have managed to veer away from the fiscal cliff at the last moment, but critics of the deal say there's still plenty of trouble ahead.