Hillary Clinton’s presidential polling numbers have taken a dramatic hit with the very demographic that was expected to lift her to the Democratic nomination and onward to the White House: white women.
The president of a northeastern university slammed on social media for its controversial, politically correct speech guidelines has intervened, saying the university will continue to defend all free speech.
A Seattle-based business owner who created a sensation by promising to end income inequality among his employees is now reaping the consequences of using his company as an experiment in redistribution.
A Colorado man faces multiple charges of jury tampering for standing outside a Denver courthouse and distributing information about jury nullification.
Hillary Clinton released seven years’ worth of tax returns last week, reflecting tens of millions of dollars in income and some millions of dollars more in charitable giving. Nearly all of the charitable giving, though, went to the Clinton family’s own charity: The Clinton Foundation.
Yet another tech company has announced mass layoffs in its American workforce, while simultaneously pressuring lawmakers to relax restrictions on foreign visa workers who can do the same jobs more cheaply.
The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee was a deer in headlights during a recent TV interview, when her host stumped her by asking for an explanation of how Democrats and socialists differ.
The Clintons have a special mastery of the relationship between lavish spending and receiving recognition. In the case of Hillary’s stealthily luxurious haircut, who are we to judge?
It’s tough being misunderstood, especially when you’re right about everything. Just ask Hillary Clinton. In an interview, Hillary was asked what she felt her greatest weakness to be.
The Election Commission of Clarke County, Mississippi, has been handed a lawsuit for allegedly preserving more voters on its rolls than there are real, live people in the county.
While it may seem that companies like Uber are transforming the service economy, they’re still not likely to transform the larger economy.
Director Michael Bay is making a film about the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. It’s called “13 Hours” and it’s set to be released mid-January.
If you want to walk the true path to enlightenment and blissful, inoffensive peace at the University of New Hampshire, un-learn the word “American.” At this institution of higher learning, that’s just one of many words you’ll be un-learning if you have the chauvinistic goal of reaching down to be everybody’s friend.
Anti-gun Democrats in the U.S. Senate are hoping their direct appeal to firearms dealers will help enlist an unlikely partner in the never-ending war on the 2nd Amendment.
There were six different places the Internal Revenue Service could have searched for Lois Lerner’s “missing” emails. But a House of Representative watchdog committee says the agency only ever tried to search one of them.
Whip-sharp cultural critic Camille Paglia thinks Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton have a lot in common — at least when it comes to women.
The conservative side of the political Internet — that is to say, the bigger, more vital, more well-read side — is about to meet its match, and its name is Al Sharpton.
Hillary Clinton is risking putting even greater distance between herself and the the working class by conspicuously and suddenly embracing an enthusiastic, aggressive policy stance on green energy and climate change.
Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) is one of the key supporters of legislation calling for a nationwide hourly minimum wage of $15. But until that passes, he’s free to keep paying his interns $12 per hour.
If you read The New York Times’ rinsed report on the potential criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton, you’d think she wasn’t even involved.
Some members of the Senate Judiciary Committee appeared completely uninterested by the impassioned testimony Tuesday of family members whose loved ones have died because of encounters with illegal immigrants.
The Obama administration’s push to drastically reduce the amount of water used by newly manufactured home dishwashing appliances has manufacturers and fans of convenience up in arms.
A new report from the GAO warns that the IRS is just as free to audit Americans over their personal beliefs as it was in 2013 — before the Tea Party political discrimination scandal erupted.