By Deena Winter | Nebraska Watchdog LINCOLN, Neb. – A black Nebraska state senator compared American police
The veterans' advocate beloved for his Lt. Dan role says the White House must...
WASHINGTON – Erie County’s population has started to grow slightly again after decades of decline, and it’s almost entirely because so many people are moving to town from overseas.The county’s population as of last April was 922,835, an increase of 0.4 percent f... - The Buffalo News
Thomas Kuhn, in his classic book on the structure of scientific revolutions, points out how difficult scientific paradigms are to shift. He suggests they become even more so when there is a moral element involved. I will suggest that projected
The senator's amendment was about raising a crucially important point, not raising defense spending.
Reporters and lawyers raced back to San Francisco Superior Court Friday on the news that the jury had reached a verdict in Ellen Pao's gender bias suit against Kleiner Perkins and would announce it at 2 p.m. San Francisco time.
Audio and video has emerged showing Indiana state Rep. Vanessa Summers (D-Indianapolis) going after one of her Republican colleague’s 18-month-old son in attempt to make a point about prejudice during a recent House floor debate over the state’s controversial “religious freedom bill.” While making her case against the...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Big Wall Street banks are so upset with U.S. Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren's call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats
So often Americans speak as though our nation is the pinnacle of human progress, and in many ways, it’s true. No group of people in history has achieved the degree of liberty, wealth, technology, or military might to the extent that the United States has. But “progress” ought...
Longtime Republican Party icon Grover Norquist defended himself Thursday on an hourlong television show against accusations by conservatives that he has ties to people who’ve worked for Muslim Brotherhood front groups.
Cruz Lays Out His Obamacare Replacement Plan
Despite the steady wave of scandals that have begun to erode even the New York Timesâ portrayal of Hillary Clinton, her image remains unblemished on Wikipedia. Since he first started editing her page in June 2005, Hillaryâs âWikipedia watchdog" has been guarding against slanders, accusations, unfair assumptions, and distortions on the high-traffic, heavily footnoted, highly policed Hillary Rodham ClintonÂ Wikipedia page. Â Â
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wiped her private email server clean and did not turn over a single new email to the House Select Benghazi Committee after it subpoenaed Clinton’s private emails, according to Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), who
With all the attention being paid to college-aged social justice warriors and microagressions, one has to ask: What happens when all these delicate snowflakes enter the workforce? The most recent incident of hurt feelings comes from the National Union of Students Women's conference in England. It was illustrative of the kind of accommodations being demanded by young people who probably won't be able to operate in such a cruel world. On Tuesday, the NUS Twitter account tweeted that some at the conference are requesting that we move to jazz hands rather than clapping, as it's triggering anxiety. Please be mindful! At long last â someone is speaking out against the menacing, sexist, patriarchal gesture of putting one's palms together as a sign of approval. You may recall jazz hands from the Occupy Wall Street movement's leech-ins. Except there, the gesture was called up twinkles if you approved of something and down twinkles if you did not. I give the NUS conference some serious down twinkles (and a frowny emoji) for their stunt.
Wealthy tech founders and the automation of middle-class jobs are often blamed for increasing concentrations of wealth in fewer hands. But a 26-year-old MIT graduate student, Matthew Rognlie, is making waves for an alternative theory of inequality: the problem is housing.
The US military was totally taken by surprise when Saudi Arabia attacked Houthi rebels in Yemen this week. NBC's Richard Engel says Arab nations, and former allies, no longer trust the United States due to the Obama administration's new friendship…