With the passing of Obama’s aunt earlier this month, a funeral was held and the one family member who was conspicuously not present, was none other than Obama himself
"Warmer temperatures could increase avalanches of snow and ice and make climbing and trekking terrain more unsteady."
One of the most comprehensive pro-gun laws was just signed by Georgia’s Governor, Nathan Deal.
Following the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Michigan’s decision to ban affirmative action at its public universities, Mary Silver of the Epoch Times was incensed. The nation news editor for the paper declared “Affirmative Action is Necessary.”
Outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila Wednesday, police turned a fire hose on 100 activists who were protesting a scheduled visit by President Obama.
During Tuesday's "Ask Ed Live" segment Ed Schultz insinuated he was willing to run for U.S. Senate in Minnesota.
A New York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation poll of four southern states with tight senate races released Wednesday, uses unusual methodology to report numbers which are way different that other recently released polls. The most obvious flaw is the low number of respondents who had voted in previous elections, for example the poll conducted in Arkansas show only 53% of the sample had voted for a major party candidate in the 2012 Presidential race is a shockingly low number (59% in KY, 59% in LA, 69% in NC).
Popstar icon Justin Bieber publicly embarrassed himself once again, this time at Japan’s Yasukuni Shrine, notorious for honoring the military leaders from Japan’s imperial army who committed mass atrocities in China during World War II.
With the 2014 mid-term elections 6 months away, the Tea Party has claimed its first victory.
Michael Bloomberg’s newest venture, Everytown for Gun Safety, has released a graphic stating, “Who is faster than a speeding bullet? Nobody." The only problem is the ad features a faulty image.