Stunning 'dirty secret' about racism in U.S.

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Colin Flaherty The San Francisco Examiner calls it a "dirty secret:" Groups of black people targeting Asians for violence, robbery and even murder. "In 85 percent of more…

NASA embraces 'moral' climate-change agenda

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [jwplayer hNozmGws] Several weeks ago, a group of former NASA astronauts, engineers and other scientists sent a letter to the agency to rebuke the current leadership for its more…

Property-tax fight: Whose land is it, anyway?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [jwplayer 3n1IL0FZ] Tuesday is primary day in a number of states around the country.  However, in addition to the House and Senate races, some key ballot initiatives are more…

GOP demands Senate vote on leak investigation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Trying to force the fight over intelligence leaks straight to the Senate floor, Republicans on Tuesday introduced a resolution that would put the chamber’s members on more…

Pittsburgh honors drag queen

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE) Sharon Needles, the spooky drag queen who vaulted to national cult celebrity as the winner of Season 4 of "RuPaul's Drag Race," was presented with an more…

Fines for foul mouths in Mass. town

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (POLITICO) A Massachusetts town is crying foul on residents with dirty mouths. Middleborough, a town of about 20,000 residents in the southeastern corner of the state, voted 183-50 more…

Documents suggest Sandusky cover-up by university

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ATLANTIC WIRE) New documents uncovered from the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office indicate that a top Penn State official kept a file about sexual assault allegations against former football more…

Feds: Cartel launders millions in horse races

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEW YORK TIMES) Newcomers rarely make it into the winner’s circle at the All American Futurity, considered the Kentucky Derby of quarter horse racing. Yet in September 2010, more…

Private jobs down 4.6 million from 2008

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (INVESTORS) — President Obama’s statement Friday that the private sector is “doing fine” drew so much ridicule that he was forced to backtrack hours later. But it’s clear more…