More airports slam TSA for long lines

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (USATODAY) — The Transportation Security Administration finds itself under increasing criticism for its airport staffing levels as the busy spring travel season begins to shift into high gear. more…

Ted Cruz gets bad news from NRA instructor

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Independent Journal) Jan Morgan, "nationally recognized 2nd Amendment speaker," journalist, and certified NRA instructor has officially withdrawn her endorsement for GOP candidate Ted Cruz today, making the announcement more…

Is this the world's greatest race?

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- [caption id="attachment_3031854" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The U.K. Telegraph has called the Gumball 3000 "The ultimate 3,000-mile road trip" and published a remarkable photographic series on the event. GQ, Esquire, more…

Kasich backers knock Trump ad off air in Ohio

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (New York Times) Television stations across Ohio are refusing to run advertisements from the Trump campaign that are critical of Gov. John Kasich because of a technical election more…

Trump's Ohio attacker focus of 'pro-ISIS' video

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [caption id="attachment_3053914" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tom DiMassimo[/caption] Tom DiMassimo, the 22-year-old protester who leaped out of the crowd at Saturday's Donald Trump rally in Dayton, Ohio, was featured in more…

Long lines, rare chance for D.C. Republican voters

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [caption id="attachment_3053764" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Voters line up in Washington D.C.[/caption] Republicans in America's capitol had a rare opportunity to influence the presidential race on Saturday. Nineteen delegates, the more…

Greg Laurie's Harvest America draws 350,000

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Some 350,000 people were there in person, in small groups, or online for the recent Harvest America by Greg Laurie at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, ministry officials more…

5 facts of football life in the South

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Edward B. Driscoll, Jr. All eyes in the sports world will be focused on the hardwood action of March Madness for the next few weeks, but Southerners' more…