Published July 25, 2011
Joe Nelms channeled his inner Ricky Bobby when he borrowed a line from the film “Talladega Nights."
Published July 20, 2011
Just a glimpse at the American flag can sway voters, even Democrats, toward more Republican voting behavior, attitudes and beliefs, a new two-year study says.
Published July 14, 2011
Ballooning foreclosures have nothing on this home in Utah, built to resemble the iconic home that took flight in the 2009 film "Up."
Published July 12, 2011
A Minnesota state lawmaker is proposing that his fellow legislators forfeit their paychecks, health insurance and other related compensation during government shutdowns, including the current impasse, which now ranks as the longest shuttering of state business in the state’s history.
Published July 07, 2011
Americans, fearing that the economy is getting worse, are pinching pennies on a whole host of things, including buying their morning coffee. According to a recent Harris Poll, more than 21 percent of those polled say that morning caffeine blast has now become too much of a financial burden.
Published June 29, 2011
Education experts are blasting a new policy by the Los Angeles Unified School district to make homework just 10 percent of a student’s grade, calling it a “travesty.”
Published June 28, 2011
Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., said his comments were 'directed at the political movement, liberalism, not at any specific individual.'
Published June 20, 2011
The scholarship assists former students who were directly affected in the tumultuous years following the 1954 Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education.