-Violators Will Face 15 Years in Prison
A 62-year-old Weatherford, Texas man was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to his 10th driving while intoxicated offense.
A top Defense Department official and the federal watchdog charged with overseeing U.S. spending in Afghanistan clashed on Wednesday about a now-defunct Pentagon task force that spent $43 million to build a natural gas station in that country, among
Nevada regulators and NV Energy are conspiring to push solar energy competition out of their state.
A member of the group of armed men who have seized a U.S. wildlife refuge in Oregon in an anti-government protest has been arrested after driving a government vehicle to a local supermarket, officials said.
The official story of those captured US sailors makes no sense
Russian Fighter Jets Destroy Huge ISIS Oil Convoy In Transit To Turkey
-Claim it's 'Unconstitutional' to Screen Police Urine
Last week liberals took their war on leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to a new level-beyond calls to assassinate Trump-with a call to shoot his supporters!
City Reelects Mayor After He Spent 7-Years in Jail for Robbing them Blind
On Monday November 30th, I broke the story identifying the two Adams County, Idaho Sheriffs who killed rancher Jack Yantis on Nov. 1st.
Three years ago, Jerry Sandusky had his $4,900 a month pension revoked by the Pennsylvania State Employees Retirement Board, after he was sentenced to prison for multiple counts of child molestation
Jesus would say helping 'refugee horde' is a bad idea 'from a policy standpoint'
Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Rand Paul entered into a heated argument over military spending during Tuesday's GOP debate, with the former asking "how is it conservative to add $1 trillion in military expenditures?"
As Vice President, Cheney served as president of the Senate.
You might want to rethink that hot dog…
A Texas seventh-grader is standing up for her religious beliefs after she alleges her teacher forced students to deny that God is real, and threatened them with failing grades if they don't agree.
The city of San Francisco is praising an addition to their "311" mobile application that is supposed to help the city deal with its growing homeless population.