Clinton’s disrespectful outburst came during a meeting she arranged with the president to discuss how she felt “she was being persecuted for minor, meaningless violations.”
Now Clinton has her very own emojis — pantsuits and all.
In Greece, the age-old practice of bartering for goods and services is experiencing a renaissance as the nation endures the sixth year of its debt-driven economic meltdown. Americans ought to take note.
A New Jersey court recently ruled that a man’s World War II vintage M1 carbine, inherited from his grandfather, is an “assault weapon” and will not be returned after being confiscated by police two years ago.
New figures out from a Senate immigration subcommittee show that the United States has become the top destination for the world’s migrants, including a rapidly growing number from the Middle East.
A group of more than 128 celebrities calling itself Artists and Cultural Leaders for Bernie Sanders has endorsed the Vermont independent senator’s bid to unseat Hillary Clinton as the Democratic front-runner.
The number of Americans who view government as a threat has been trending gradually upward since 2003, when just 30 percent of Americans felt their rights and freedoms were under government assault.
It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Obama administration found a bogus excuse to omit Hillsdale College on its new “College Scorecard.”
In a win for Americans’ gun rights, the nation’s second most influential court struck down four of Washington, D.C.’s unconstitutional gun laws.
Who “won” the Wednesday night Republican presidential debate on CNN? Beyond CNN, which enjoyed record ratings, it’s hard to say.
The three-hour GOP presidential debate on Wednesday night featured plenty of political squabbling and talk about very important issues facing the nation. There were also a few moments that left us scratching our heads.
A 14-year-old study which declared the antidepressant Paxil safe and effective for teenagers has been discredited by a major medical journal. Paxil-maker GlaxoSmithKline, however, is standing by the original study’s flawed conclusion.
According to the company that makes a majority of commercially available computer processing components, modern cars are full of features that hackers could use to create havoc on the roadways.
“Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver says that the right to an attorney even if you can’t afford one — granted 50 years ago by the Supreme Court — has, in most states, become nothing more than a way for the government to milk fees out of the poorest Americans while providing sub-par legal services.
A step-by-step guide to getting government information through the Freedom of Information Act.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign appearance at Christian-based Liberty University on Monday had many members of the liberal media wondering why the self-avowed socialist would chance engaging such a heavily conservative crowd.
A solid majority of likely U.S. voters want Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to shut up with the lame excuses and half apologies and make a real effort to explain why she decided to use a private email server to handle sensitive State Department communications. Many of those voters see her evasion as a clear sign of guilt.
According to the Fraser Institute’s annual “Economic Freedom of the World” report, U.S. economic freedom has been in steady decline since 2010.
A super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton’s bid for the presidency said her use of a private email server while secretary of state is a non-issue because the private sector does a better job protecting sensitive information than the government.
FBI Director James Comey is again calling on major tech companies to provide law enforcement easier backdoor access to user information.
John McAfee, who earned a fortune creating famously annoying anti-virus software, announced this week that he’s running for president as the standard-bearer for his newly formed Cyber Party.
**Trigger warning** this post contains sarcasm and gender-specific pronouns.
A recent study attempts to identify the biggest historical contributors to international climate change and assign a dollar value to how much those evil industrialized polluters owe the developing world. […]