Millennials get their fair share of criticism from Gen-Xers and baby boomers – that they are rude, immature, not ready for jobs or the real world – yet they are actually better than their elders at things like saving money.
The magazine The New Yorker decided to have some fun at the president’s expense Wednesday, publishing a satirical article in which the president requests that everyone copy him on their email correspondences in the event another scandal breaks under his watch.
If you’re planning on attending a public university or community college in Oregon in the near future, be warned that you may be asked about your sexual orientation by the school.
WASHINGTON POST — Rep. Jo Bonner (R-Ala.) is set to resign from Congress in order to take a job at the University of Alabama system, three people with knowledge of his plans confirm.
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The wheels on the bus go round and round all throughout Los Angeles…passing out free condoms.
Americans are moving in droves from the Rust Belt to the Farm Belt, resulting in a major economic shift in the United States, according to researchers at the American Legislative Exchange Council.
‘Girls Gone Wild’ founder Joe Francis is sorry for calling the jurors who convicted him “mentally f-ing retarded” in a press interview — well, sort of.
Obama: I do not believe it would be constitutional for the government to kill any U.S. citizen with a drone without due process
After two and a half months of waiting, President Barack Obama finally told the American people that he supports the military’s use of drone strikes against Americans, noting that they help keep Americans safe from terrorists.
“Daily Show” host Jon Stewart mocked members of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for their lenient approach to Apple CEO Timothy Cook’s testimony in a tax evasion investigation, showing clips of various Senators professing their love of Apple products, including iPhones and Macbooks.
The TV show “Breaking Bad“ has come to life in the Jamaica Plains neighborhood of Boston, as a 57-year-old academic tutor suffering from stage three cancer was arrested Wednesday for dealing methamphetamine.
THE DENVER CHANNEL — Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, known for his strong stances on immigration, formally announced plans to run for governor on Peter Boyle’s conservative talk radio show Thursday.
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To all of you college grads who have had to revert back to your childhood bedrooms—complete with pastel walls, action figures and middle school awards adorning the walls—Bloomberg Businessweek feels your pain and wants to offer you a gift to help you on your way.
Perhaps the recent corruption that has descended upon Washington can teach young Americans an important lesson: big government inspires the abuse of power.
President Barack Obama’s proposed media shield law wouldn’t actually shield the media for government overreach and abuse. The law is really more a show of good faith than an aggressive attempt to protect the nation’s reporters, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney essentially admitted Wednesday.
Though his administration has been rocked by scandals in 2013, President Obama is still planning to vacation this summer and is slated to spend his weekends this summer in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts for an extended vacation with his family.
Senate farm bill amendment bans murderers, rapists and pedophiles from enrolling in food stamp program
Even though convicted murderers, rapists and pedophiles still have the right to vote in some places, they will no longer be able to qualify for food stamps thanks to a new amendment in the Senate’s farm bill.
WASHINGTON POST — Pope Francis is warning Catholics not to demonize those who are not members of the church, and he specifically defended atheists, saying that building walls against non-Catholics leads to “killing in the name of God.”
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