US House GOP Votes To Cut Food Stamps Over Military Spending

In a vote that solidifies the Republican Party's economic platform heading into the 2012 election, the House voted on Thursday to reverse mandated cuts to the Pentagon by slashing social assistance programs that largely benefit poor Americans.

Egyptian Court Suspends Presidential Elections

The administrative court suspended the election after it emerged the date had been wrongly set by an independent electoral commission, and not by the military council who rule the country.

The Mark Zuckerberg Hoodie And 13 Other CEOs Who Casually Dress Down [PHOTOS]

It seems that everyone cannot stop talking about Mark Zuckerberg's roadshow to the Facebook IPO, where he angered Wall Street bankers by donning his standard uniform, a hoodie and jeans. But Zuckerberg isn?t the only CEO of a company who chooses to dress down than don a suit. Here are photos of 13 other CEOs who rid of suits.

Republican Super PACs Far Outpacing Democrats In Fundraising

Republicans looking ahead to what promises to be an historically expensive election cycle promises have spent months calling for an all-out fundraising push to counteract President Obama's fundraising advantage. So far, pro-Republican Super PACs have vastly outraised Super PACs supporting Democratic candidates and causes


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Maurice Sendak, Author Of ?Where The Wild Things Are,? Dies At 83

Children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak has died at the age of 83, reports the New York Times. Sendak is best known for his books Where The Wild Things Are, and In The Night Kitchen. He died on Tuesday in Danbury, Connecticut from complications of a recent stroke.