Oregon State University refused to renew the contract of chemistry professor Nicholas Drapela. The professor has been openly critical of global warming. Drapela, who has published several textbooks, received the Loyd F. Carter award for outstanding and inspirational teacher in 2004.
The social studies teacher who became irate earlier in the year when a student asked a question about President Barack Obama will return to educate students. Tanya Dixon-Neely made national news after she told a student that people were arrested for disrespecting former President George W. Bush.
In a bid to stall a contempt vote against Attorney General Eric Holder, President Barack Obama on Wednesday invoked executive privilege to withhold documents and communications related to the failed gun enforcement operation known as Fast and Furious.
In an attempt to spur job creation, the Fed will continue “Operation Twist” through the end of 2012. The program is designed to lower long-term interest rates without shoveling more money into the economy.
A U.N. investigator wants some answers regarding President Barack Obama’s penchant for carrying out targeted drone attacks overseas that routinely result in civilian casualties. The United States uses military drones to carry out attacks in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia.
A new report from the Environmental Working Group shows which varieties of commercial produce are the most and the least contaminated by agricultural pesticides. EWG presents updated information on 45 popular fruits and vegetables and their total pesticide loads.
If your teenager has neglected to find a summer job since the end of the school year this year, don’t be too disappointed: It may have more to do with the economy than motivation. For the third year in a row, teens seeking summer employment face a hiring slump.
Attorney General Eric Holder’s involvement and alleged dishonesty about Operation Fast and Furious — the fatally flawed Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives-led “gunwalking” scheme — has led the Border Patrol union to call for Holder’s resignation.
Governments throughout the world are requesting that Internet companies censor large amounts of online content, and the usual suspects aren’t the only countries involved. This from a new semi-annual transparency report put together by the search engine giant Google.
Ron Paul spoke to his supporters last week and urged them not to give up demanding that the ideals of the Revolution he has helped to spark become main staples of the Republican platform when the party meets in Tampa, Fla., in August. But for many of Paul’s supporters, giving up has never been an option anyway.