Anti-Obama filmmaker in courtroom shocker

by Jerome R. Corsi -- NEW YORK — Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, whose movie "2016: Obama's America" rocked the 2012 presidential election campaign, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge that involves two instances of illegal more…

Judge orders Utah to recognize 'gay' marriages

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE) A federal judge ruled Monday that Utah must recognize and imbue all same-sex marriages performed in the state with the same rights and privileges afforded more…

China warns U.S. on spying indictment

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CBC NEWS) China summoned the U.S. ambassador after the United States accused five Chinese military officers of hacking into American companies to steal trade secrets, warning Washington it more…

TV star charged in wife's shooting death

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Los Angeles (CNN) -- Michael Jace, who played a Los Angeles cop in TV's "The Shield," has been charged in the fatal shooting of his wife, police said Tuesday. more…

Illegal-alien population surging under Obama

by Greg Corombos -- The national immigration debate is being rocked by the new report showing more than 36,000 criminals in the country illegally were released on American soil in just the more…

Rush Limbaugh: Death panel at work in VA

by Bob Unruh -- Talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh on Monday blasted the Veterans Administration as a "death panel being done on purpose" as the investigation into secret waiting lists and backlogs causing more…

Best and worst companies for Internet privacy

by Bob Unruh -- A consumer organization concludes that when it comes to protecting customer information from government requests, Snapchat has a dismal record of failure, and Comcast, AT&T and Amazon aren't more…

Why thousands of 9-1-1 calls got dropped

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The federal government will investigate an outage inside the CenturyLink telephone company system that left thousands of 911 emergency calls unconnected for hours in at least eight states. more…

Imagine this: Now al-Qaida is a worse threat

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – The recent kidnapping of more than 300 Nigerian women students by Boko Haram with the threat of selling them, the rise of al-Shabaab in Somalia and more…