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New Fox News polls show the country is as divided as ever. Here's how Fox pollsters put it,

"Americans don't think we're the happy family President Obama described in his State of the Union speech. A new Fox News national poll released Wednesday finds that by a three-to-one margin, voters see America as a dysfunctional family rather than as the "tight-knit" grouping Obama claimed we are (73-24 percent)."

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New Obamacare #'s As Indiana Expands Medicaid

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Stephen Hayes' reporting on Benghazi

Bickering continues on Capitol Hill between the Benghazi Special Committee investigating the 2012 attack on our U.S. Consulate. National Review's Jonah Goldberg & The Hill's A.B. Stoddard joined Jon Scott for analysis this morning and mentioned a piece by Stephen Hayes & Thomas Joscelyn in The Weekly Standard. As promised - here is a link so you can read the piece for yourself!

The Benghazi Report

An ongoing intelligence failure


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Blizzard Fizzles in NYC, But Emergency in Effect in MA, ME

Storm disappointed many folks in New York and Philadelphia but it wasn't and isn't a bust for Long Island, Boston.. and other parts of the Northeast where two feet of snow have made a mess, and it's still snowing. Maine's governor declaring a state of emergency. Massachusetts also declaring a state of emergency. More than 7000 flights cancelled. The good news is the travel bans in NYC and surrounding areas are now lifted.

We've got Fox team coverage, and we'll talk with an airline analyst about how to get the airline sector moving again.

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Blizzard Warnings

It's already snowing in New York City as a massive blizzard moves into big parts of the Northeast. More than a foot of snow forecast for areas from Maine to Pennsylvania. Boston and New York City could be looking at a storm for the record books. New York's Mayor Bill De Blasio says it's likely to be one of the biggest snowstorms ever to hit New York City. Hartford, Connecticut could get as much as 30 inches of snow. At least 1700 flights have already been cancelled. There's an 11:30am ET presser with De Blasio. We've got Fox team coverage.

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Saudi King is Dead; Yemen in Crisis

Saudi Arabian King Abdullah has died in his 90's. King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud took control of the pro- Western Arab Kingdom. In a televised speech, the new king said he'd continue the policies of his predecessor and continue the fight against ISIS and extremism. "The Arab and Islamic nations are in dire need of solidarity and cohesion," he told his people. The Saudis have been staunch allies of the U.S. in the war on terror.

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Pres Obama Takes Income Inequality Show on the Road

President Obama is in Kansas today continuing his push on income inequality with a speech during the Noon hour.

1225EST -- POTUS delivers remarks at the Univ of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. LIVE

Interesting report from the New York Times suggesting a big meeting between Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush over their potential runs for the White House in 2016.

There's also new hints from VP Biden he may run for President. Biden is delivering remarks today in the 1pm at the Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

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Income Inequality the State of the Union

As predicted, income inequality was a major theme of last night's State of the Union address. President Obama calling for wealthy Americans to pay their "fair share."

He wants taxes raised on the wealthy, and lowered on the middle class. He wants community college to be free, and wants money for childcare. He also wants a massive infrastructure program.

He's also threatening to veto anything that chips away at Obamacare or the financial overhaul.

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State of the Union? All About Income Inequality

Tonight is President Obama's 6th State of the Union address. The President is expected to unveil and aggressive agenda for his final two years in office.. including his efforts to confront income inequality. President Obama suggests raising taxes on the wealthy by $320 billion over the next 10 years. It would increase capital gains taxes, raise the low tax rates paid by the rich, and cut allowances on inheritance taxes. It would also cut taxes for the middle and lower classes.

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Al Qaeda in Yemen Claims Responsibility for French Terror

A top commander of Al Qaeda in Yemen has claimed responsibility for the Paris terror attacks. Nasr al-Ansi appearing in an eleven minute video saying the attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper was revenge for the prophet Mohammed, and that the Yemen branch of Al Qaeda chose the target, planned and paid for the attack. It promised more attacks. Meantime, the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo with another cartoon of the prophet on the cover has sold out in France. The edition of 3 million was fought over at some kiosks.

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