By Friday, more of the secretive machinations used to plan the less than spontaneous meetings with purported "ordinary" Iowans arranged by Hillary Clinton's campaign have been revealed.
PBS' Sesame Street has lent one of its most popular characters to the Department of U.S. Health and Human Services to urge parents to vaccinate their children.
For decades now Betty Johnson has been one of the Kansas City Chiefs's biggest fans and for her long devotion, the team granted the superfan her dying wish, a goodbye kiss from retired Chiefs kicker Nick Lowery.
During a segment on his Fox Business Network show Making Money, host Charles Payne said that he thinks Obama is making ready for a big push to pay billions in slavery reparations in 2016.
Chicago Congressman Luis Gutierrez has launched a new effort to aide illegal aliens to resist deportation with a "toolkit" that contains a "get out of deportation" card.
A new poll of Bostonians finds that residents are turning against the city's bid to secure the 2024 Summer Olympics with over 50 percent opposing the idea.
More details about the behind-the-scenes orchestration of Hilary Clinton's meetings with "ordinary" Iowans are leaking out.
When Hillary Clinton got in line to order her burrito at an Ohio Chipotle on Wednesday, she blew right past the tip jar and left nothing extra for the "everyday Americans" making minimum wage who were toiling behind the counter.
As reporters literally ran to Hillary Clinton’s “Mystery Van'” campaign stops in Iowa on her first day of campaigning, what many did not report was that the “ordinary Americans” with whom she met for purportedly spontaneous discussions were actually plants. The meetings were scripted, pre-arranged affairs filled with people transported to the events by Hillary staffers.
On Tuesday evening, thousands of demonstrators launched a series of anti-police protests in many of the country's biggest cities, but dozens of protesters were arrested after some marchers turned violent.
On Wednesday protests over the lack of "social justice" in the minimum wages paid to fast food workers were held in many of the nation's most populated urban areas.
NASCAR is going digital as the racing organization begins testing new digital dashboard instrument panels to be implemented as soon as August.
Newly-minted Democratic candidate for president and multi-millionaire Hillary Clinton is testing a theme for her new campaign: A populist attack on the tax rates paid by fund managers and CEOs.
CareerCast.com is out with its annual worst jobs in America report, and this year some of the worst are TV and newspaper reporters, lumberjacks, cooks, and firemen.
A group of New York Mets fans fed up with the team's owners funded a pair of billboards near the stadium this week demanding the team be sold off.
A poll of air travelers finds that levels of customer satisfaction is continuing a steep decline.
A writer for Buzzfeed resigned on Monday after a story she wrote criticizing a Buzzfeed advertiser was pulled and then later reposted by site Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith.
Even after her big weekend debut, many Hillary operatives are still frustrated over her lack of specific policies and plans for her campaign, with one supporter saying, after a Sunday evening conference call, "I can’t believe I missed ‘Game of Thrones’ for this."
Oppressive, big government polices built on high taxes and stifling regulations that favor big cities to the detriment of small, rural towns is forcing much of small town New York into Detroit levels of financial collapse, a new report says.
Two towns some 80 miles west of Chicago are struggling to recover from a series of deadly tornados that careened through the area killing two, injuring 20, and leaving dozens of families homeless.
New York Magazine's Jonathan Chait has pronounced the 2016 presidential election over. Hillary will win, Chait says, because of the "emerging Democrat majority" in the American electorate.
As Hillary Clinton prepares for her big announcement and her first trip to Iowa as a candidate, some of her rivals are already ahead of her in the Hawkeye State.
On Friday, Bloomberg Politics published a piece with the shocking revelation that Nancy Reagan was endorsing Hillary Clinton. But it wasn't long before the news website had to admit that it had been hoaxed. Their Nancy Reagan was a fake.
Craig Shirley, the author of two best-selling books about Ronald Reagan and a presidential historian, is speaking up to fact check Washington Post "fact checker" Glenn Kessler, who recently slammed Senator Rand Paul's claims that President Reagan created a strong economy.
Lauren Hill, the women's basketball player who won the nation's heart, has lost her battle with brain cancer. She was only 19.