Obama: Teach Climate Change In Schools
Saying that children “instinctively” understand the importance of the environment, President Obama said Thursday that climate change should be taught in schools and “weaved” into science and social studies classes
Clinton Foundation Hit With Racketeering Lawsuit
A lawsuit, filed by Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch, includes a legal request to have the Florida judge seize the private server on which Hillary Clinton and her aides hosted their emails while she served as secretary of state.
Throwing Iraq Under The Bus
White House: US Won't Be 'Responsible' For 'Security Situation' In Iraq
The White House on Thursday, in no uncertain terms, put the onus on the Iraqis to fight and defeat the Islamic State -- even as a new report warned foreign fighters are flocking to the battlefield at a historic and dangerous pace
What About Hillary?
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted On Federal Charges
The Justice Department charged the Illinois Republican Thursday for evading reporting requirements and lying to the FBI as part of a scheme to pay off the victim of “prior bad acts.”
Declassified Docs: Hillary Aided Rise Of ISIS
More than 100 pages of previously classified Department of Defense and Department of State documents implicate the Obama administration in a cover-up to obscure the role Hillary Clinton and the State Department played in the rise of ISIS
Baltimore Residents Fearful Amid Rash Of Homicides
“It’s so bad, people are afraid to let their kids outside. People wake up with shots through their windows. Police used to sit on every corner, on the top of the block. These days? They’re nowhere.”
Diversity Officer Who Called for Murder of White Men to Retain Position
Bahar Mustafa, a diversity officer at Goldsmiths University, will retain her position at the school despite a number of inflammatory statements.
JP Morgan To Cut More Than 5,000 Jobs
JPMorgan Chase has started job cuts slated to total more than 5,000 by next year as it looks to trim expenses, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing sources.
'Global Warming' Workshop Targets Pastors
The Climate Bible Bootcamp is designed to help faith leaders including pastors, teachers and lay leaders speak knowledgeably about global warming and its impacts and to encourage their faith communities to respond with hope
Coulter: America Has Already Taken In One-Fourth Of Mexico's Entire Population!
'My soon-to-be-released book, "Adios, America! The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole," is jam-packed with facts you didn't already know.'
Federal Reserve: These States Are Stealing From The Poor
A team of researchers at the Federal Reserve are pointing fingers at more than a handful of states they say are actively undermining the government's attempts to curb income inequality
Cops Lives Matter!
Albuquerque Police Officer Shot And Killed In Traffic Stop
A suburban Albuquerque police officer was shot and killed (May 25, 2015) during a traffic stop, the first time a Rio Rancho officer was fatally shot in the line of duty in the department's 34-year history
California Carbon Auction Brings In Another $1 Billion
The California Air Resources Board said its latest quarterly auction of carbon credits raised around $1.06 billion, making it one of the largest sales in the program’s two-and-a-half year history.
Scientists Successfully Retrieve Lost Memories
A study on laboratory mice has found that a lost memory is still stored within the brain cells even though the animals had apparently lost their ability to retrieve it, scientists said.
Taliban 5 Could Be Free To Travel in Days, Lawmakers Raise Alarm
The five Taliban leaders traded a year ago for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could be free to travel as early as Monday as the terms of their supervised release are set to expire, raising alarm on Capitol Hill about the possibility they could return to the battlefield.
China Is Putting Weapons On Its Artificial Islands In The South China Sea
Diplomatic tensions surrounding disputed territories in the South China Sea could escalate dramatically following reports China is now putting weapons on its artificial islands in the area.
Union Leaders Seek Minimum Wage Exemption
Labor leaders, who were among the strongest supporters of the citywide minimum wage increase approved last week by the Los Angeles City Council, are advocating last-minute changes to the law that could create an exemption for companies with unionized workforces
Los Angeles Times
Texas Student Sues Over School's Ban On Gun Sign
A Texas college student filed suit against her school this week, saying her constitutional rights were violated when she was shooed off the quad for displaying a pro-Second Amendment sign.
Muhammad Cartoon Contest Planned For Phoenix Anti-Islam Rally
An anti-Islam rally in Phoenix on Friday will feature a Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest.
New STD Guidelines Require Porn Actors To Wear Goggles On Set
Porn stars may soon be forced to wear goggles along with condoms as part of a stricter set of rules for adult film sets.
Sen. Bernie Sanders' Essay: Women 'Fantasize About Being Raped'
In a 1972 essay, presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) opined that men fantasized about women being abused. He also claimed that women fantasized about being gang raped
Media Research Center
Gallup Finds American Opinion Moving Strongly Toward Acceptance of Extra-Marital Sex
The poll found that between 2001 and 2015 there have been sharp increases in the number of Americans who say that it is “acceptable” to engage in homosexual relations or to give birth to a child outside wedlock, or obtain a divorce.
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @ 47%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 47% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 52% disapprove
White House To Order Faith-Based Grant Recipients To Accept LGBT Applicants
The White House is quietly moving forward with a policy change that will require charitable humanitarian groups to accept LGBT applicants in order to qualify for government funding, even those religious groups that might have religious objections
Feds Working On Implantable Antenna For Monitoring Health Of Patients
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is helping fund the creation of an implantable antenna for health care, which could be used for “long-term patient monitoring.”
A Solution In Search Of A Problem
NYC Council Passes Diversity Initiative To Address 'Apartheid' Schools
Under legislation that sailed through the City Council today, the Department of Education will be required to file an annual report on demographics in public schools.
Kenyan Lawyer Offers Livestock To Wed Obama's Daughter
A Kenyan lawyer has offered US president Barack Obama 50 cows and other assorted livestock in exchange for his 16-year old daughter Malia's hand in marriage, a report said Tuesday
French Bartender Sentenced After Customer Drinks 56 Shots And Dies
A French bartender has received a suspended jail sentence after he was convicted of manslaughter for letting a man down 56 shots during a drinking contest that led to his death
Desperately Seeking Racism
Spelling Bee Officials Confront Racist Reaction
The National Spelling Bee preliminary round is being held today, and its officials are confronting the racism that has accompanied it in recent years.
Minnisota Public Radio
Taco Bell, KFC May Try Home Delivery
Yum Brands operates three fast-food restaurant giants: KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut. Of those, only Pizza Hut has a well-established delivery business. Taco Bell and KFC could soon be next.
Most European Men Descend From A Handful of Bronze Age Forefathers
Geneticists from the University of Leicester have discovered that most European men descend from just a handful of Bronze Age forefathers, due to a 'population explosion' several thousand years ago.
Scientists Find Evidence of 'History's First Murder'
An examination of ancient remains from a cave in Spain turned into an episode of CSI: Middle Pleistocene when scientists found evidence of what they say is the first known murder