Among the thousands of emails released to the public that were sent from some of Hillary Clinton’s secret email accounts, one directed her staff to “pls print” an October, 2012 Wall Street Journal article slamming Obama for seriously botching his response to the terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya that year.
Patricia Driscoll, the ex-girlfriend of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, faces criticism for asking a charity to pay for her son’s travel to Las Vegas, among other alleged transgressions, an ESPN report finds.
A Milwaukee man who was found unresponsive in his home last week was pronounced dead on site but shocked everyone by moving his arms and legs, authorities said.
On Friday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had a sparsely attended summit to discuss the state government’s official email policy. The final outcome is an eyebrow-raiser, with the governor deciding that in many cases state employees can delete any official email at will.
A poll by Pew Research Center finds that despite the fact Republicans have taken control of both houses of Congress, our legislature is still not well-liked, even by Republicans.
After her terrorist son was sentenced to death for his part in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s mother warned that Allah would burn the USA in an “eternal and terrifying fire.”
The owner of the horse vying to become the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 asks that a federal judge dismiss a lawsuit that claims he owes $1.65 million in gambling debts.
Ever ready to lift the intellectual level of debate in the Senate, a Democrat resorted to the Internet’s emoji-like “shruggie” symbol to describe the response to Obamcare by Senate Republicans.
Federal prosecutors have filed charges against two Manhattan-based DEA agents claiming that the pair secretly owned a strip club and that they hired illegal aliens as exotic dancers and sex workers.
The top 333 sports franchises in 17 professional leagues around the world pay out a staggering $17.9 billion in player salaries.
The Florida man who flew a gyrocopter to the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. could face up to nine and a half years in prison after being indicted by a federal jury on Wednesday.
The ACLU and the Tea Party Patriots are uniting, at least on this one topic, by teaming up on a new video ad criticizing The Patriot Act.
Allegations of the mistreatment of women’s basketball players have been filed against both the University of Illinois Illini basketball program and coaches Matt Bollant and Mike Divilbiss.
A survey finds that K-12 teachers feel that family stress and poverty are the top two hurdles students face in getting an education in America today. Psychological problems come in third as a barrier for education.
Researchers are discovering that free WiFi networks are so easy to breach that anyone using one is leaving their computer and other electronic devices open to hacking.
In a speech in South Korea, Secretary of State John Kerry said that the Internet needs heavier regulations to “be able to flourish and work properly.”
On Monday, President Obama debuted (again) on Twitter, starting a new account with a banner photo featuring the POTUS, First Lady Michelle, the couple’s two lovely daughters, and… Al Sharpton. Cropped out of the photo were Laura and George W. Bush.
A professor from Duke University is defiant in the face of charges of racism saying that the country needs a more honest discussion about racism.
On Monday CNN’s star talent, Anderson Cooper, was taken in by fake quotes attributed to him on the Internet parody site ClickHole, a spoof of BuzzFeed.
Extreme athlete Dean Potter was one of two to die in a failed BASE jump on Sunday in Yosemite National Park, authorities report.
One of the first weekends with nice weather in months brought violence with it as the toll of wounded in Chicago climbed to over 40 people.
To satisfy federal disclosure laws, the President and First Lady reported their net worth last week — revealing that they are worth almost $7 million.
A review of donations to the Clinton Foundation reveals that big labor unions such as the AFL-CIO, teachers unions, and state and county workers unions gave millions of their members’ dues money to the Clintons.
A group of Asian-Americans have filed a complaint against Harvard saying that the school engaged in “systemic and continuous discrimination” against Asians with its admissions policy.
A Wisconsin woman traveling on a Southwest Airlines flight to Milwaukee says that flight attendants forced her to turn her phone off and wouldn’t let her try to stop her husband who was threatening suicide just as the plane was about to take off.