Published June 30, 2009
California's State Assembly speaker is accusing conservative talk radio hosts of making "terrorist" threats against her Republican colleagues by encouraging their listeners to throw them out of office.
Published June 18, 2009
The Pentagon has removed a controversial question from its anti-terrorism training exam that labeled 'protests' a form of 'low-level terrorism,' calling the question 'poorly worded.'
Published June 17, 2009
A written exam administered by the Pentagon labels "protests" as a form of "low-level terrorism" -- enraging civil liberties advocates and activist groups who say it shows blatant disregard of the First Amendment.
Published June 08, 2009
A Virginia legislature candidate who once praised "the jihad way" was invited by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to participate in a conference call of Muslim leaders last week.
Published June 08, 2009
A Christian evangelical group says it has been prohibited from conducting Bible study classes in public housing projects in Tulsa, Okla., potentially violating a Supreme Court ruling that upheld religious groups’ right to the use of public institutions.
Published June 03, 2009
In what law enforcement officials are calling a wave of militancy, animal activist groups are going after scientists personally, both at work and at home, and threatening the safety of their families.
Published May 26, 2009
Fed up with Washington's involvement in everything from land use to gun control to education spending, states across the country are fighting back against what they say is the federal government's growing intrusion on their rights.
Published May 20, 2009
A recent report from a Washington think tank shows that levels of numerous gases linked with air pollution, like carbon monoxide, have fallen off since 2001 and air quality in the U.S. has improved significantly over the last decade.
Published May 17, 2009
While nobody wants domestic terrorists to have easy access to guns, some critics say a bill proposed by Rep. Peter King could be treading a thin line constitutionally.
Published May 05, 2009
The federal government's Web sites are in large part outdated and difficult to navigate, leaving the administration looking ahead to a very bumpy ride along the information superhighway as it tries to bring the sites up to speed.