Two U.S. senators are calling on the president to declassify details of the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
Baltimore police in full riot gear tackled and beat Baltimore City Paper Photo Editor J.M. Giordano at the Freddie Gray protest. The paper published video shot by its managing editor, Baynard Woods, in which Giordano is being beaten as Woods yells: “He’s a photographer! He’s press!”
Protesters clash with armed police in capital city of Bujumbura after ruling party nominates Pierre Nkurunziza to run for third term
Mark Halperin took aim at the Clinton Foundation’s controversial donation disclosures on Sunday morning, telling George Stephanopoulos that an assistant secretary of state would have been fired if he or she had engaged in similar practices as Hillary Clinton.
As for what we don’t yet know, Halperin said it is unclear what kinds of conversations Clinton had on her private email account about Bill Clinton‘s speeches and foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation that might have influenced her actions as the nation’s top diplomat.
As presidential campaigns for the 2016 election start to demonize candidates, a study finds a sharp rise in American voters disliking those in opposing camps. This coarsening of society can end if politics stop relying on ‘negative partisanship.’
In other words everyone is on their own. The government is too inept and indifferent to protect Americans:
The Obama administration is considering changing a U.S. policy prohibiting families of hostages held overseas from making ransom payments to abductors, according to a television report on Sunday.
“Under recommendations contained in an ongoing White House review of U.S. hostage policy, there will be absolutely zero chance … of any family member of an American-held hostage overseas ever facing jail themselves, or even the threat of prosecution, for trying to free their loved ones,” according to the report aired on ABC’s “This Week.”
The report said three senior U.S. officials told of the policy review, but it did not indicate when a decision might be made.
Those convenient toll-paying tags on your windshield may be coughing up more information than drivers realize. According to the New York Civil Liberties Union, the state’s E-ZPass tollbooth transponde
A grand jury decided not to indict two officers who shot and killed a Black man who, based on a video, did nothing to provoke them. This time, a Dallas County grand jury did not see enough in a video that showed a mentally ill man, Jason Harrison, standing in the doorway of his home …
Protesters and police clashed in Baltimore amid growing tension over the unexplained death of Freddie Gray, who died after he was injured in police custody.
Late Saturday night, Baltimore police said they had made at least 12 arrests. Five, if not…
A Michigan girl who fought off cancer has been kicked out of school because she did not attend enough classes while she received treatment.
Russian hackers who penetrated sensitive parts of the White House computer system last year read President Barack Obama’s unclassified emails, the New York Times reported on Saturday,
The U.S. government is spending trillions on national defense and can’t protect us from a handful of hackers.
Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson admitted in an interview with Real Clear Politics that there’s an inherent conflict in banning his publication from writing critically about Fox News, but that he “doesn’t know what to do about it.” “We are the…
MSNBC host Ed Schultz attacked President Barack Obama after he poked at MSNBC hosts on Thursday for not supporting the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Obama’s arrogance has alienated just about all his supporters in the press. People are starting to realize this guy is a backstabbing fraud.
This is what Republicans call populism?
Even for the affluent, old age has its challenges. For the impoverished, it’s a struggle through every last step.
In 2013, the senator tried to persuade conservatives to back an immigration bill. He failed. Now he, too, opposes it.
Maryland’s governor sent state troopers to help keep the peace and Baltimore officials urged employees to go home early Thursday as the city braced for another day of protests.
Sounds to me like war has been declared on the people of this country.
Workers of Free Software Foundation Tamil Nadu (FSFT) on Thursday protested for the cause of net neutrality at Edward Elliot’s Beach in Chennai.
We knew another Clinton scandal was coming.
Earlier this week, it was reported that The New York Times and other news organizations had teamed up with Peter Schweizer, the author of Clinton Cash, a forthcoming book investigating the Clintons’ ties to foreign governments and businesses. On Thursday, we saw the first fruit of that collaboration: a big investigative report by the Times showing that from 2009 to 2013, Hillary Clinton’s State Department approved a series of acquisitions that handed Russia’s atomic energy agency control over “one-fifth of all uranium production in the United States.”
The problem? The Canadian magnates behind the deal had donated tens of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, while a Russian investment bank with an interest in the deal paid Bill Clinton a cool $500,000 for a single speech in Moscow.
This week is the 100th anniversary of what many historians acknowledge as the Armenian genocide — the Turkish massacre of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians
And it’s also the seventh year in a row President Barack Obama has broken his promise to use the word “genocide” to describe the atrocity.