While campaigning for Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) Thursday, the first lady incorrectly labeled him a “fifth-generation Coloradan.”
Morgan is a Staff Writer at Red Alert Politics. She is originally from western Massachusetts, and she graduated from Boston College in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Mathematics. While at Boston College, Morgan worked for the English Department and wrote for and edited BC’s conservative paper The Observer, serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper for 2012. She worked at The Washington Examiner in Washington, D.C., as a CN intern during the summer prior to her senior year of college. She served as the year-long Collegiate Network fellow at USA TODAY until June of 2014. You can follow Morgan on Twitter at @mchalfant16.
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South Miami officials passed a resolution with a 3-2 vote October 7 that proposes splitting Florida into two states, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
A 26-year-old Chinese woman named Tan Shen spent a week at a Kentucky Fried Chicken location near her home after being dumped by her boyfriend, reports Yahoo! News.
Homeland Security raided a Kansas City lingerie boutique Monday morning and confiscated a couple dozen pairs of underwear.
Costa Rica officially has the worst taste in alcoholic beverages on the globe. The Washington Post came out with a fun infographic based on data from the market research firm Euromonitor that exposes the countries where the most Smirnoff Ice is consumed.
Dwight Pink Jr., who is currently serving 56 years in prison for a 1998 murder, sued the state of Connecticut in July for violating his constitutional rights by banning pornography in prisons, according to the Associated Press.
McCarthy, who succeeded Eric Holder in July, sent a memo to House Republicans Monday that outlined his goals for the new Congress that will commence in January, as Politico reports.
Sports Illustrated model Chrissy Teigen used Wednesday’s shooting at Canada’s Parliament as an excuse to blabber about gun control in America on Twitter.
Van Thomas was resting at a truck stop when his semi — which was filled with 44,000 pounds of Miller High Life beer — was stolen Monday along with at least one other truck, according to WFTV.
A disabled Iraq war veteran in Minnesota is facing an eviction notice because of his doctor-approved assistance dog. According to KVLY, Jessie Johnson of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, received an eviction notice from the owner of his apartment building that demands the veteran and his family of three move out within three days. The reason […]
Conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin spoke with Sean Hannity on Fox News Tuesday night and slammed the Democratic party as a “disaster” ahead of the midterm elections.
In a recent interview with Politico at a coffee shop in New York City, Weiner got realistic about his time in Washington D.C. and his recent mayoral bid, both of which were brought to a screeching halt by explicit messaging scandals.
According to the @OurPresidents Twitter account, the original White House website went live 20 years ago October 21.
In its continuing effort to “stand up for speech,” the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is currently assisting a student group at Western Michigan University file a First Amendment lawsuit against the college.
President Obama was the butt of a voter’s joke in Chicago Monday when he visited a voting polling station in order to encourage early voting ahead of the midterm elections.
The company Arx Pax of Los Gatos, California, is currently offering “the world’s first REAL hoverboard” on Kickstarter for $10,000.
A California bill recently signed into law will allow individuals to prevent family members from owning weapons if they deem them mentally unstable or dangerous.
The college president who made waves for challenging students to a “Madden NFL 15″ tournament for free books lost big time in the inaugural competition.
At rallies for Democrats in Maryland and Illinois on Sunday, Obama dropped the name “Cousin Pookie” — a character that he used frequently to energize black voters during his 2008 campaign — during his speeches.
Part of New York’s SAFE Act, which was pushed by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and passed quickly in 2013, encourages mental health professionals — not necessarily doctors — to report any of their patients to authorities if they seem “likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to self or others.”