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Ahead of August 28 Primary, Google Censors Content for U.S. Senate Candidate Dr. Kelli Ward

Political Media, Inc. faces circular administrative blocks preventing the promotion of Kelli Ward for Senate micro site desp

42% of Americans are at risk of retiring broke

Nearly half of Americans have less than $10,000 stashed away for retirement, according to a report by GoBankingRates...

'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' castmate says beloved TV host was the real deal

It really was a beautiful day in the neighborhood for those who’ve worked with Fred Rogers, lovingly known as “Mister Rogers” by generations

Is the tail wagging the dog again?

2020 Dems pose a big dilemma for Schumer

House Commerce Committee delays net neutrality hearing

The House Energy and Commerce Committee will delay its hearing on net neutrality that was scheduled for Sept. 7

How Gen Z Will Affect The Future Of The Peer To Peer Economy

Gen Z means even greater opportunities for businesses to sustain themselves.

The Legal Crises to Follow in Hurricane Harvey's Wake

Lawyers in Houston are acting as first responders, connecting victims with insurance issues, among others, to pro bono assistance.

Toxic connection: North Korea's chemical weapons link to Syria

The incidents outlined in the U.N. report are not the first time ships containing North Korean arms have been intercepted en route to Syria.

Obama Admin Hid Intel on Iranian Militants in Syria to Push Nuclear Deal

Congressional leaders are calling for an investigation into Iran.

NASA wants to prevent the Yellowstone super volcano from destroying the U.S.

NASA believes the Yellowstone super volcano is a greater threat to life on Earth than any asteroid.

Thank God he was carrying

Thank God he had a conceal carry permit. If not, they would likely have been holding a press conference about a tragic ending for the judge.

What Would a Better NAFTA Look Like?

As renegotiations on the trade deal begin, some scholars are calling for a rethinking of how such agreements work.

Congress Quietly Passed A Bill Allowing Warrantless Searches of Homes

This clearly goes against the Fourth Amendment, which states that Americans’ rights “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers...........

Tweeting with your tax Dollars

Tax funded fine-grained e-cigarette surveillance on social media

SPLC, GuideStar, and Amazon sued for Defamation

D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) has filed a lawsuit for defamation, religious discrimination, and trafficking in falsehood.

NYC Calorie Count Law Heads to Federal Court

The FDA entered the legal fray earlier this month after filing papers in support of the restaurant and convenience store organizations.

Divided lawmakers try to navigate Obamacare fixes

A bipartisan Senate health panel is set to meet on Obamacare in September,.

Lawyers to Harvey victims: File insurance claims before law changes

Starting Sept. 1, House Bill 1774 becomes law in Texas, a measure that advocates for insurance companies,

Abused Dogs and Cats Now Have Justice

A Connecticut law which took effect almost a year ago, is being watched closely by lawmakers, legal scholars and animal activists.

DHS warns of Harvey cyber scams

Exercise caution in handling any email with subject line, attachments, or hyperlinks related to Hurricane Harvey.