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The simmering dispute over media access to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign erupted again Monday when a reporter for DailyMail.com was told by the campaign he couldn’t attend her events in New Hampshire.
David Martosko, a reporter for DailyMail.com, a website… Continue reading
On the eve of this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Ford Motor Company finally confirmed what everyone’s been expecting: an official return to Le Mans in 2016 with a race car based on the ;all-new GT supercar.… Continue reading
The Obama administration was scrambling Friday to contain the damage from a massive cyber-breach which may have put the entire federal workforce at risk, as officials began to point the finger at China-based hackers.
The Department of Homeland Security issued… Continue reading
It’s clear why the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) continues to make headlines. This trade agreement, which has the potential to bolster manufacturing, agricultural production, , environmental and labor protection, and regional security, will allow the United States to remain a global… Continue reading
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Buzz Cut:• Hillary’s scandals sink in with voters• Senate advances NSA bill• Baier Tracks: France faults Iran nuke deal…• Mickey Mouse or Lion King? GOP Sixteeners gather at… Continue reading
Graduation season is upon us.
Parents might not understand why their son or daughter has chosen to be a paleontologist or travel to France for a gap year, but there’s good news. Before Johnny or Susie head off to… Continue reading
When William Shakespeare died, in 1616, it’s not as if he were Shakespeare or anything. After all, the Bard had been retired for a few years, with his works seldom performed and eighteen of the plays he had written –… Continue reading
Motorists are stranded along I-45 along North Main in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP)
More… Continue reading
The stirring speeches of yesteryear inspired us then, and still do. In times of grave danger, great leaders rallied their nations with appeals to duty and visions of victory.
“With confidence in our armed forces, with the unbounding determination of… Continue reading