FCC commish: Feds may come for Drudge

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A member of the Federal Communications Commission who previously opposed the so-called "net neutrality" regulations adopted by bureaucrats recently – and already under court challenge like so many more…

Carly Fiorina gets trolled about H-P layoffs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ONPOLITICS.USATODAY) — Someone apparently bought one of Carly Fiorina’s domain names before the newly minted presidential candidate could get to it first. The owner behind carlyfiorina.org is upset more…

City bans discrimination against atheists

by Cheryl Chumley -- [caption id="attachment_1865195" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Madison, Wisconsin, banned discrimination against atheists[/caption] Madison, Wisconsin, city officials voted to ban discrimination against those of no religious faith, giving atheists and their more…

ACLU on Baltimore: 'Black Spring has begun'

by Cheryl Chumley -- [caption id="attachment_1969385" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Baltimore police have had a hard time dealing with mass protests.[/caption] Baltimore has seen a spike in crime in recent days, including eight homicides more…

Obama to expand My Brother's Keeper program

by Cheryl Chumley -- [caption id="attachment_1974935" align="aligncenter" width="599"] President Obama[/caption] President Obama is set to announce Monday he's launching a nonprofit organization to help black youth – one of his post-presidency initiatives more…

Bill Clinton: Nothing 'sinister' in donations

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FOX NEWS) Former President Bill Clinton defended his family's foundation amid mounting conflict-of-interest questions, claiming there's nothing "sinister" at work -- while saying he might consider stepping down more…

Pamela Geller: 'There is a war on free speech'

by Cheryl Chumley -- [jwplayer OSXfGiuW] Pamela Geller, the organizer of the Texas "Draw Muhammad" event in Garland, Texas, that ended in a terror attack on a police officer, said on national television Monday more…

Female SEALs get open door to combat

by Cheryl Chumley -- [jwplayer Hwf975XH] Women who pass SEAL training will likely be able to participate in the same military missions as their male counterparts, beginning in 2016. The U.S. Naval more…