Wealthy tech founders and the automation of middle-class jobs are often blamed for increasing concentrations of wealth in fewer hands. But a 26-year-old MIT graduate student, Matthew Rognlie, is making waves for an alternative theory of inequality: the problem is housing.
Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) absence from the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting is hopefully not a sign that the presidential candidate is “backing away from the Hispanic community,” USHCC president and CEO Javier Palomarez says.
Unfortunately for Hillary Clinton, every time she takes the stage, she turns people off. Polls show her popularity dropping, and now they've got another reason to think her act is not only shrill and boring, but insincere.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will not be seeking re-election in 2016. The former majority leader, who has been a top target for Republican ire, released a video message Friday citing his New Year’s Day exercise injuries, saying they provided him “down time.”
WASHINGTON, DC -- Iran’s presence in Latin America and its growing influence in the region are causing consternation among senior lawmakers and top U.S. military officials.
Exclusive–Former U.S. Attorney: DOJ Should Open a Criminal Investigation into Harry Reid Pushing EB-5 Visa Expansion
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) says he intends to retire at the end of his term in 2017. But he may still face legal pressure before he leaves. Former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova, a leading legal expert on the prosecution and defense of white collar criminals, tells Breitbart News there is enough public evidence to launch a criminal investigation of Reid.
When Hillary Clinton formally announces her presidential bid–likely in the next month–some of her supporters would prefer that Bill Clinton not be by her side because his “unnecessary baggage” may overshadow her once again. According to a Politico report, “another
Indiana Governor Mike Pence has declared a public health emergency for areas of southeastern Indiana hit with 79 cases of H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS.
WASHINGTON, March 27 (UPI) — Sen. Harry Reid announced he will not seek re-election next year, bringing his three-decade congressional career to a close.
A Colorado woman accused of luring an expectant mother to a basement and cutting the baby from her belly will not be charged with murder, prosecutors said Thursday night.
The U.S. Senate passed an amendment Thursday that bans the federal government from coercing or incentivizing states to adopt specific academic standards, curriculum, or assessments, including those associated with the controversial Common Core standards.
According to the U.S. Department of Education (USED), while 75 percent of the fastest-growing careers require post-high school education and training, more than half of middle class students who start college fail to earn a bachelor’s degree within six to eight years.
Zainab Khan, a Muslim women's rights activist, writes in the Daily Beast about her struggle with Mohammed Abdullah Saleem--a Chicago imam, described as the "Billy Graham of Islam," currently facing charges of sexual assault from a 23-year-old former employee.
On Wednesday, California Democrat Barbara Lee proposed a resolution in the House of Representatives that claims women will eventually be forced into prostitution in order to obtain life-sustaining food and water for their families.
A report from the Justice Department alleges that agents of the Drug Enforcement Agency had “sex parties” with prostitutes in the employ of drug cartels.
From My Fox DC: The 1 minute, 42-second long video shows [Eleanor Holmes] Norton getting out of her car once to walk away before turning around and coming back to give it another shot. But instead, she grabs something she
Even as Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock gave his final speech from the floor of the House of Representatives on Thursday, it seems he broke two more rules in his last voting day as a member of Congress.
With drug treatment as a signature issue, it may not be a big surprise that NJ Governor Chris Christie continues to oppose legalizing marijuana for recreational use in New Jersey, going so far as to call potential tax revenues from the sale of pot "blood money."
When Gov. Scott Walker spoke to the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, the Phoenix Business Journal explains, no reporters were allowed in.
After Wednesday’s assault on areas in Oklahoma and Arkansas by tornadoes and storms, a high school student in Moore, Oklahoma, snapped a picture that quickly went viral: a broken power pole suspended on power lines that formed a cross.
The National Park Service plans to use specially trained border collies to herd geese into designated areas. That should might it easier to clean up their droppings.
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