The Obama administration wants U.S. Federal Judge Andrew Hanen to reverse his prior decision and allow President Obama’s executive amnesty to go forward by Monday. If not, the administration says it will go to a higher court.
On March 5, Amanda Collins testified to Nevada lawmakers about being raped in 2007 on the gun-free University of Nevada campus in Reno.
Some of America’s largest corporations are asking are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to impose same-sex marriage on the county. They say it's for the good of the country, and the bottom line.
Vice President Joe Biden shows the power of liberal tolerance by mocking Dr. Ben Carson for his comments earlier this week about gay people.
The African American unemployment rate for the month of February was 10.4 percent, compared to the white unemployment rate of 4.7 percent and national average of 5.5 percent.
Contrary to claims made a State Department spokeswoman, Hillary Clinton's emails were not requested as part of some records-keeping process. They were requested after officials at the State Department realized they needed the documents to respond to information requests from the Benghazi Select Committee. If not for the Committee's request, it's unlikely the public would have learned about Hillary's private email server.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest hints that President Obama probably found out about the Hillary Clinton email scandal from the media.
A teacher at South Windsor High School in Connecticut has been suspended after reading a poem to his Advanced Placement (AP) English class containing a graphic description of gay sex acts.
Jeb Bush wasn't popular at CPAC. But you wouldn't know that from his PAC's latest video.
On Friday, President Barack Obama implied that not granting illegal immigrants the same rights as U.S. citizens violates the spirit of the “Bloody Sunday” march 50 years ago, when black Americans were beaten while demanding voting rights they were being
Ahead of his travel to Selma, President Obama says that, although there have been “great strides” in opportunities for African-Americans in public life, there are still some challenges that require action.
Headed by former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, over 300 members of the Republican Party who have served in politics filed an amicus brief on Thursday to sway the Supreme Court to support same-sex marriage. The Court is scheduled to consider four same-sex marriage cases on April 28 that could make it legal across the nation.
Despite the seemingly rosy 5.5 percent unemployment rate, 92,898,000 Americans ages 16 and over were neither employed nor had made “specific efforts to find employment sometime during the 4-week period ending with the reference week," a record number of people out of the workforce.
Today is White House Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer’s final day at the White House, and while he hasn’t enjoyed an awkward public hug from the president or a speech to send him on his way, he deserves to be recognized for his years of loyal service to the president, going back to the 2008 presidential campaign.
Exclusive — Boehner Has No Plans To Leave Republican Party Despite Newfound Democratic Party Support
House Speaker John Boehner insists he's sticking with the Republican party even though he's repeatedly turned to Democrats to pass bills conservatives oppose.
Hillary Clinton knew that her home-based email server violated the standards of the very sensitive department she headed. Yet she used it anyway, for four years. Reporters might want to ask why.
Boehner-Aligned Group Expands Anti-Republican Pro Obama Executive Amnesty Ad Campaign With Renee Ellmers At Center
A group close to House Speaker John Boehner that’s been running anti-Conservative advertisements in support of President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty is now airing positive ads thanking liberal Republicans who supported funding executive amnesty earlier this week.
It may not be allowed. But people are sledding on Capitol Hill, anyway.
The Clintons' exploitative ties to Haiti apparently continue. Haitians get the rubble--and Rodham, evidently, gets the gold.
Four patients at Cedars-Sinai have contracted the “CRE super-bug.” One has died and 67 are at risk of exposure, according to a hospital spokesman. The latest outbreak follows the death of two patients, near-death of five, and exposure to 179 patients in a similar outbreak from October through early January at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center. In both occurrences the culprit seems to have been contaminated body scopes.
Beaver Valley Rifle & Pistol Club (BVRPC) in Brighton Township, Pennsylvania, has an ammo vending machine for the convenience of range members.
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