It is the time of year we feel a sense of joy and optimism. We are preparing for the holidays and looking to spend time with our families and friends.
"We turned off all the lights," George Albernaz testified at a 2005 Department of Veterans Affairs hearing, "and … pretend that we were broken down and … we would roll these barrels into the ocean, 300 barrels at a trip."
A Long Island man recorded a police officer who threatened to ticket him if he washed his car in the driveway. The 24-year-old said he was washing his 1997 Volkswagen in his driveway when a police officer told him he wasn’t allowed to do that.
Every year, David Collum writes a detailed "Year in Review" synopsis full of keen perspective and plenty of wit.
Not again! Another politician “denies any wrongdoing,” but resigns his post.
"Judges have asked us to remove information that’s critical of them, police departments want us to take down videos or blogs that shine a light on their conduct, and local institutions like town councils don’t want people to be able to find informati
Hermine Ricketts and Tom Carroll have gardened in their front yard for 17 years. Their back yard doesn’t receive enough sunlight. Recently, their community in Miami Shores decided to make such front yard gardens off-limits. That new rule was enacted
Bill Would Require State Approval to Homeschool Ohio State Senator Capri Cafaro (D-Hubbard) has introduced legislation to boost state regulation of homeschooling. Senate Bill 248 would require that parents be investigated and approved before being
WASHINGTON — Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader, was hospitalized Friday after falling ill in the morning, his office said.
"It won't be long before the people storm this chamber and hang you . . . and they'll be right!"
In a robotic twist on American Gladiators, 17 robots and their teams will descend upon Florida this week to see which ones have the greatest superhero potential.
Now 72% say it is greater threat than big business or big labor
This week, 17 teams and their robot creations will descend on Florida to compete in an ambitious robotics competition.
President Snow: Seneca… why do you think we have a winner? Seneca Crane: [frowns] What do you mean?
Americans at risk of enforced Cyprus-style bail-in
Should the U.S. force citizens to save? Americans aren't saving enough to retire.
Italy's President Warns of "Widespread Social Tension and Unrest" but Offers No Solutions; "Pitchfork Protest" Comments From Italy
In this, the third installment in our short film series, Fairewinds Energy Education's Arnie Gundersen discusses sources of radiation the Japanese government is not taking into consideration when assessing the risk to it's people and the rest of the
In late November, I had the opportunity to visit North Korea for a rare peek inside the most secretive country on Earth.
Who owns the single largest Bitcoin wallet on the internet? The U.S. government.
India summons US ambassador and announces that it is withdrawing a series of diplomatic privileges to US officials
NSA whistleblower says in letter he is willing to help in wake of revelations that President Dilma Rousseff's phone was hacked
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden stole vastly more information than previously speculated, and is holding it at ransom for his own protection.
If policymakers were gunfighters, they’d be out of bullets: They have run out of effective policy tools to improve the economy.
When the Federal Reserve announces its next move on Wednesday, some expect it to reduce its $85 billion monthly bond-buying program, targeting an eventual end to quantitative easing in late 2014.
The U.S. Treasury Department's anti money-laundering unit is warning businesses linked to the digital currency Bitcoin that they may have to comply with federal law and regulation as money transmitters, a Treasury spokesman said.
On Sunday, a Missouri street church that serves hot meals to the homeless was honored with a front-page feature in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. On Monday, city health department officials told the group to immediately cease handing out food.
City officials said on Wednesday their decision to close the building that housed the Lansing City Outreach was the right one, because it violated multiple safety standards.
“Give them a whiff of grape,” said Wellington, who understood
Collectivism is alive and well within the party apparatus of the Republican jellyfish tax cutters.