President Obama and Hillary Clinton likely made the decision to falsely tie an inflammatory anti-Islam Internet video to the fatal Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack that left four Americans dead in Benghazi, Libya, the chief of the conservative governmen
âEURoeThanks to the Supreme Court, the Voting Rights Act is weaker now than when it was passed 50 years ago. Fight to pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act, which would restore the Voting Rights Act and block new efforts to suppress African-American
Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) the 72-year-old Vermont socialist is surging in the Democratic Primary against Hillary Clinton with "free education in one fist, single-payer healthcare in the other."
Walmart has built a vast, undisclosed network of 78 subsidiaries and branches in 15 overseas tax havens. These may be used to minimize foreign taxes where Walmart has retail operations and to avoid U.S. taxes on those foreign earnings.
"U.S. spy agency targeted the cellphones and other communications devices of more than a dozen top Brazilian political and financial officials, including the country's president Dilma Rousseff, whose presidential plane's telephone was on the list."
San Francisco and its liberal policy toward people in the U.S. illegally were thrust into the national political debate this weekend after the fatal shooting of a woman at a popular tourist destination, allegedly by a man with a criminal record ...
Last week, members of Maine legislature's Government Oversight Committee unanimously called for an investigation into Tea Party Governor Paul LePage. At question is whether or not he inappropriately~and potentially illegally~abused his control over ...
The South Carolina Senate voted Monday to remove the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the State House. The bipartisan proposal, which emerged after last month's massacre at a historic black church in Charleston, was approved by a 37-to-3 vote.
The self-described democratic socialist, fends off tough questions as fellow Democrats in Congress continue to endorse Hillary Clinton. As he surges in the polls, closing the gap on Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders is being taken increasingly seriously.
Heartbroken when Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-M) decided not to run for president in 2016, "some hard-core lefties" and progressives have shifted their attention to Sanders, "who has been drawing massive crowds across the country" according to ...