Cruz Wins Majority of Delegates At Virginia Convention
Cruz supporters won 10 of the 13 at-large delegates elected Saturday at the Republican Party of Virginia's statewide convention at James Madison University in Harrisonburg
US Weighing Under-The-Radar Routes For Syrian Refugees
The Obama administration appears to be bowing to international pressure and pursuing under-the-radar “alternative” ways to bring in more Syrian and other refugees -- as soon as this year
Donald Trump Blasts California Protesters As "Thugs And Criminals"
Donald Trump slammed the protesters at his recent California campaign events as "thugs and criminals," calling for police to dole out harsh punishments In a tweet Saturday.
Iraqi Protesters Pour Into Heavily Fortified Green Zone, Storm Parliament
Anti-government protesters tore down walls and poured into the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone on Saturday, where they stormed parliament in a major escalation of a political crisis that has simmered for months.
George Will: GOP Must Stop Trump Even if He Wins Nomination
Conservative columnist George Will is calling on the GOP to keep Donald Trump out of the White House, even if he wins the nomination. “Donald Trump’s damage to the Republican party, although already extensive, has barely begun,” Will wrote
Obama Makes 'Smart Guns' Push
Obama announced new steps Friday to ostensibly help curb gun violence, including by identifying the requirements that "smart guns" would have to meet for law enforcement agencies to buy and use them as well as sharing mental health records with the federal background check system
Target's Stock Down 5 Percent After Endorcing New Bathroom Rules
Target’s stock price and its favorability among shoppers are crashing as the public rebukes the retail giant for ignoring their vigorous protest against mixed-sex changing rooms and bathrooms
Senate Confirms First Female Officer For Warfighting Command
By voice vote late Thursday, the Senate approved Gen. Lori Robinson to be commander of U.S. Northern Command. The command is responsible for preventing attacks against the United States.
GOP Hits Lowest Approval Rating Since 1992
Currently 33% of the public has a favorable impression of the Republican Party, while 62% have an unfavorable view. Unfavorable opinions of the GOP are now as high as at any point since 1992
Kasich: Gay People 'Probably' Born That Way
Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Friday that gay people are "probably" born that way, conceding that view during a testy exchange with a gay voter at a California event.
California Looks to Cover Illegal Immigrants Under Obamacare
In an unprecedented move, California legislators look to extend Obamacare health coverage to the state’s estimated 2.6 million illegal immigrant population
Voting With Their Pocketbooks:)
One Million Americans Vow To Boycott Target Over Transgender Bathrooms
More than one million people have decided they will no longer buy their Nutter Butters or Wet Wipes at Target.
Students Call For Sanitary Napkin Bins To Be Placed In Male Toilets For Transgender Men
Student activists are calling on universities to install sanitary towel bins in men’s toilets so that biologically female transgender students who use them do not face discrimination.
Muslim Strong Favorite To Win London Mayoral Election
Sadiq Khan of opposition Labour Party is the strong favourite to win London's mayoral election on Thursday after a contest marked by religious tensions and accusations of racism.
The Tyranny of Political Correctness
Kentucky Confederate Monument To Be Removed After 120 Years
A Confederate monument will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895.
More Phony Climate 'Data'
Now NSIDC Caught Tampering With Climate Records
You’ve read about the climate fraud committed ‘on an unbelievable scale’ by the shysters at NASA. You’ve read about how NOAA overestimated US warming by 50 percent. Now it’s NSIDC’s turn to be caught red-handed fiddling the data and cooking the books.
West Point Academy Set For First Woman Dean In Two Century History
The United States Military Academy is poised to have its first woman dean in its 216-year history after President Barack Obama nominated to the post a West Point graduate who currently leads the school's Department of Social Sciences.
Beer Becomes the Latest Scarcity in a Venezuela Crippled by Shortages
The largest private Venezuelan company and producer of 80% of the beer consumed here began to shut down its last beer plant on Friday, the latest deprivation in a country crippled by shortages
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Judge Rules Seattle Trash Inspections Unconstitutional
A controversial Seattle ordinance that allowed city workers to inspect people's trash -- as part of an effort to stop residents from throwing food scraps in the wrong pile -- was ruled unconstitutional on Wednesday.
Cuban-Born Americans Warn: America Morphing Into Communist Country
Filmmaker and American citizen Agustin Blazquez never thought his native Cuba would become a communist country, but now he sees the same radical shift happening in America.
Another Hate Crime Hoax On Campus
In mid-April, Salisbury University students reported finding a picture of a noose drawn on a whiteboard along with the hashtag "whitepower" and a racial slur. Emails sent out by the university's president pledged to find out who was behind the "act of intolerance."
UN 'Climate Scientists' Warns Moviegoers to Shun Climate Skeptic Film
Leading climate activists are warning moviegoers to shun the May 2nd nationwide one-day theater screening of “Climate Hustle,” a new film debunking climate alarmism and its big government solutions.
Poll: Donald Trump Leads Cruz by 15 Points in Crucial Indiana Race
Donald Trump holds a 15-point lead over Ted Cruz in the potentially decisive May 3 presidential primary race in Indiana, according to results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll
Over Half of Prince's Estate Will Go to the Govt
It appears that the pop star Prince may have died without a will, leaving behind a multi-million dollar and growing estate. Although Prince has one full sister and five half-siblings, Prince’s family members will not be his biggest heirs.
Malia Obama To Attend Harvard After Gap Year
Malia Obama, the oldest of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama's two daughters, will attend Harvard University. She'll begin there in the fall of 2017, after taking a gap year, the White House announced Sunday
Trooper Wowed By Wooden Car On Nebraska Highway
A Nebraska trooper on Thursday pulled over an odd-looking sports car -- one that could have given him a splinter if he wasn't careful.
Caitlyn Jenner Uses Ladies Room At Trump Tower
Caitlyn Jenner has taken Donald Trump up on his offer to use the restroom of her choosing while visiting one of his Trump Towers - and recorded the landmark moment for posterity
The Right Move
The Link Between Mosquito Spraying and Autism
A new study suggests a connection between the two A new study finds a correlation between the aerial spraying of pesticides to kill mosquitoes and an increased risk of developmental delays and autism among kids
Sailors Rush For Tattoos As Navy Bends Rules
Until now, sleeve tattoos have been barred under military regulations. The Navy is scrapping the ban -- and going further still -- to adopt the most lenient rules on body art of any US military service.
Retirement Really Can Kill
Most people count down the days to retirement, but a recent study has found it could actually send you to an early grave.
Men Catch 180 lb Carp With Dead Friend's Ashes
Two British fishermen honored their late friend by using his remains to reel in a 180-pound Siamese carp while on a trip to Thailand, The Telegraph reports.
Talking Cat Collar 'Translates' Meows Into Human Speech
The Temptations Catterbox contains a microphone, speaker, Bluetooth technology and wifi. It captures the cat's meows and translates them into human speech—words that may or may not actually be what they're trying to say.
Frenchman Flies More Than A Mile On Hoverboard, Breaks World Record
The Guinness World Records reported on its website that 37-year-old Franky Zapata travelled 7,388 feet off the French Atlantic coastal town of Sausset-les-Pins on Saturday at a height of 165 feet above the surface of the water.
Very Strange Stuff
How Doctor Plans To Perform First Human Head Transplant
The projected operation would be a 36-hour, £14m procedure involving at least 150 people, including doctors, nurses, technicians, psychologists and virtual reality engineers