How will children answer the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up” under Common Core?
Countless gun violence survivors and families of victims marched on Capitol Hill today and, already, pro-gun activists have begun claiming that their rights are being violated.
The Department of Homeland Security began putting a plan into action yesterday that would shift government offices away from the use of Internet Explorer.
With the removal of the cap on campaign contributions last week, Congress has begun putting forth methods to entice election buyers.
Pauly Shore rejoices over Supreme Court ruling on campaign donations.
Rick Perry announced the institution of a new curriculum of creationism in state schools that would “teach the controversy.”
With healthcare.gov and state-run healthcare information websites still buggy, the White House has begun to digitize the education of another important platform: climate change.
The possible inaccuracies of Rep. Paul Ryan’s free lunch story has undermined many other conservative anecdotes.
With the President’s recent witty retorts with Galifianakis, the possibilities for the President in Hollywood seem limitless.
In a landslide victory for the current Dear Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un was elected to the Supreme People’s Assembly, the highest legislative body of North Korea besides Kim Jong-un himself.