SAVANNAH, Ga., (UPI) — Three Fort Stewart, Ga., soldiers charged with murder in attempting to keep a clandestine militia group secret could face the death penalty, officials said. Isaac Aguigui, […]
ST. PAUL, Minn., (UPI) — Friends of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle rallied to his defense in a defamation suit filed by ex-Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura over his portrayal in […]
According to estimates from AAA, an explosion at a Venezualen oil refinery and the effects of Hurricane Isaac are driving the price of American fuel through the roof leading up to Labor Day.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa isn’t a particularly noteworthy fellow in his own right. Despite serving as the mayor of the Nation’s second-largest city, Villaraigosa is a virtual unknown outside Democratic Party flacks and pro-illegal alien hate groups.
A historical moment is upon us. As the Republican National Convention trudges on in Tampa, Fla., many Americans are unwittingly witnessing what the death of government by the people looks like.
Hurricane Isaac interfered with the Republican National Convention and resulted in a storm of tweets from liberals. Entertainers from “tolerant” Hollywood unleashed hateful messages aimed at those in Tampa, Fla., the site of the RNC.
President Barack Obama has become notorious for playing the blame game. Whatever goes wrong, it’s somebody else’s fault. Now, one more thing can be added to the list: sneezing.
The political class loves to pit one class against another. It does it in rhetoric to win elections. It does it in policy to win campaign donations from and provide favors to special interest groups.
Because of it, rather than a Nation united, we are a Nation divided.
Can’t you just hear President Barack Obama’s speech to the U.S. Olympic athletes when they visit the White House? He’ll point to their gold medals and say, “You didn’t win that. Government did it for you.”
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Export of U.S. weapons abroad soared more than three times the previous level in 2011, at least partly because of the continuing tensions over Iran’s disputed nuclear […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — U.S. banking giant Citigroup said Wednesday it had agreed to a $590 million payment to settle allegations that it hid bank losses from shareholders in 2007. […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — The extreme U.S. drought is expected to raise farm income to $122.2 billion, its highest level in nearly four decades, the Department of Agriculture said. “It is […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Low-income U.S. adults report a bigger emotional boost from exercising frequently and eating fruit and vegetables regularly than richer people, a survey says. The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index […]
NEW YORK, (UPI) — The stress of poverty — measured via stress hormones — leads to impaired learning ability in children and may last a lifetime, U.S. researchers say. Clancy […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Should the power go out due to Hurricane Isaac or any other storm, U.S. officials advise residents to keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed. The U.S. Department […]
CHICAGO, (UPI) — Sports drinks shouldn’t take the place of regular water intake unless a person is playing sports or exercising, a U.S. registered dietitian says. Brooke Schantz, a Loyola […]
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., (UPI) — One-in-500 U.S. blacks has sickle cell disease, but it also disproportionately affects Hispanics, Asians and those of Middle Eastern descent, experts say. An estimated 90,000 […]
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, (UPI) — Shell said its review of ice forecast models supported its request to extend the drilling season in the arctic waters of Alaska by a few weeks. […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Oil companies working in U.S. waters were well-prepared for Hurricane Isaac and should restart work after the storm passes, an analyst said. The National Hurricane Center in […]
SACRAMENTO, (UPI) — A California lawmaker said in a letter to federal regulators that there was no reduction in gasoline supplies that warranted a rise in retail prices. A fire […]
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., (UPI) — The parents of a 3-year-old deaf boy in Nebraska said officials at his public preschool want him to change the sign for his name, a […]
AMDAYTON, Ohio, (UPI) — Police in Ohio said a robbery victim told officers his attackers left him with enough money to take a bus home. Dayton Police said the victim […]
EAST RIDGE, Tenn., (UPI) — Officials in a Tennessee city said they are considering an exception for a family’s pet goat, which is an animal banned within the city limits. […]