Newsweek is launching the New Year with an old school attack on the Bible and Christians. It was just the sort of holiday hit piece that we’ve come to expect from these anti-Christian pinheads.
Ebola has had a major impact on the health care infrastructure in the affected countries of West Africa.
As 2014 ends, the stock market is at record highs but our traditional institutions and self-confidence are in decline.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is defending himself after it was reported that he attended a workshop in 2002 organized by a white supremacist group, saying it is “insulting and ludicrous” to suggest he was involved with the organization.
Could 2015 be the breakout year for the economy?
It appears that Jesus and jazz hands don’t mix. That’s the gist of a legal battle in Albany, New York pitting City Hall against a summer glee camp hosted by the First Presbyterian Church.
Don’t have health insurance? Get ready to pay up.
Rep. Michael Grimm announced late Monday that he plans to resign, one week after the Republican Staten Island congressman admitted to federal tax evasion.
Before they could say “I do,” President Obama needed to play through.
Charles Krauthammer told viewers Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that “Harry Reid is a living veto pen.” Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor, was reacting to President Obama’s interview on NPR, in which he threatened to “pull that (executive) pen out.”