The FBI is warning police officers throughout the nation of possible ambush attacks against officers as part of an anarchist group’s “Halloween Revolt.”
California’s Cotati-Rohnert Park school district has implemented a grading system called the equal interval scale, which relaxes the requirements for passing a class so dramatically that a student would almost have to try to receive a failing grade.
Hillary Clinton apparently fantasizes that her long public life resembles a Jackie O-like succession of evolving styles. Based on that misguided premise, her campaign is encouraging people — presumably young ones, from the look of these photos — to mimic her fashion sensibilities this Halloween.
Just a few months ago, NBC fired Donald Trump. Now it’s giving him a coveted hosting slot on “Saturday Night Live” — to a growing chorus of criticism.
In Colorado, lawmakers are proposing a single-payer replacement for Obamacare — something many early critics predicted, well before the Affordable Care Act was ever put to Congress for a vote.
During a discussion about Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wis.) chances of gaining control of the speakers’ gavel, executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles Alfonso Aguilar called the lawmaker a “hard worker.” MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry immediately berated the guest for using the term to describe a white male.
You can’t see the body inside his tomb, so there’s no way to know whether Karl Marx is spinning in it, but his millennial followers are incensed that they’re having to pay to worship at the shrine of modern communism’s founder.
In a Friday information dump, the Obama Justice Department announced that IRS officials acted incompetently, but not criminally, in targeting Tea Party and conservative groups for increased tax scrutiny.
Hillary Clinton knew she would have to lie in Thursday’s Benghazi testimony. It would have been almost impossible for her to sit through a barrage of meticulously tailored questions for that many hours and emerge with her day’s allotment of honesty intact. So there were lies — no surprise. But what stood out?
This was a busy week for Democratic presidential hopefuls. On Tuesday, Jim Webb dropped out of the race. On Wednesday, Joe Biden announced he would not run. On Thursday, Hillary Clinton appeared before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. And today, Lincoln Chaffee called it quits.
Telemedicine — a phone and Internet-based service that enables doctors to consult with patients and prescribe them drugs on demand — is proving to be a lucrative trap to capture more of patients’ elusive dollars.
A Minnesota woman says she fully intends to keep drinking coffee while she drives her car, despite being issued a warning from a St. Paul cop.
Hillary Clinton has had a hard enough time looking like a populist, what with Bernie Sanders plain-talking circles around her in a direct appeal to working-class voters. The last thing she needs is for lists of who her top campaign donors are to be highly publicized.
Secretary of State John Kerry has just introduced another qualification for the presidency, and it’s one that Donald Trump doesn’t meet.
Barbara Sheahan has described the Nevada property that’s been in her family for 130 years as priceless. Evidently, the government thought so too.
When even the vaunted scientists — the same people you cite as sources to back up your climate change lies — start distancing themselves from your crazy talk, it’s easy to see that science isn’t what you’re really selling.