The first Ukranian paralympian medalist dedicated her medal in Sochi Saturday to an “independent Ukraine,” adding that every time she races “it will be for Ukrainian independence and peace in my country."
Rashard Mendenhall, a NFL running back for the Arizona Cardinals, has made a decision not to continue playing in the NFL. After only 6 seasons, the 26-year-old has called it quits, and it is not because he is not good enough.
On Friday's The Cycle on MSNBC, host Touré delighted his audience to a "Friday treat" in what he called the Racial Draft of 2014, something he said would either make them laugh or cry.
A new study shows that in 2013 LA area drivers spent an additional 64 hours stuck in their cars compared to other American cities.
During a Monday appearance at Brandies, Max Blumenthal author of the anti-Semitic book "Goliath" started talking conspiracy theories about the pro-Israel organizations on the Brandeis campus.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says that President Obama's efforts to apply pressure on Vladimir Putin are failing and that the Russian president clearly has more expansive desires.
On Sunday, The New York Times reported that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) stated that he would work to destroy the efforts of conservative organizations seeking to primary mainstream Republicans.
On Saturday night, The Gridiron Club and Foundation held its 129th annual Spring Dinner. One of the featured speakers at the comedy evening was Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who joked about his strained relationship with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
United States State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Saturday that there is no need for the Palestinian Authority to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, according to IsraelNationalNews.com.
For the second time in the past three years, Sarah Palin gave the Keynote address to CPAC, her speech elicited a few standing ovations, but perhaps the loudest was a parody of the Dr. Seuss book, "Green Eggs and Ham."