Report: NSA surveillance is harming freedom of press
Ella Vincent - Jul 28, 2014
Report: NSA surveillance is harming freedom of press
Released report finds that government surveillance is hurting the press,
Tennessee high school student punished for saying ‘bless you’ Tennessee high school student punished for saying ‘bless you’
Anna Jiang - 4 hours ago
A teen is paying the price for breaking one teacher's questionable rule.
Rand Paul writes op-ed on Ferguson unrest Rand Paul writes op-ed on Ferguson unrest
Ella Vincent - 5 hours ago
Kentucky senator writes about racially charged protests in Missouri town,
No arrest made in Governor Perry indictment No arrest made in Governor Perry indictment
Ella Vincent - 8 hours ago
Texas governor indicted for abuse of power.
Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted on two felony charges
Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted on two felony charges
Aaron Sims - Aug 16, 2014
Perry is Texas' first governor to be indicted since 1917.

Virginias same-sex marriage ban unlikely to return
Virginia's same-sex marriage ban unlikely to return
Anna Jiang - Aug 14, 2014
Proponents of same-sex marriage welcomed the 4th Circuit panel's refusal to stay its order.

U.S. military alters policy on hairstyle
U.S. military alters policy on hairstyle
Anna Jiang - Aug 13, 2014
U.S. Secretary of Defense presents updates to the hairstyle policies in the military.

Maryland gun control law upheld in court
Maryland gun control law upheld in court
Ella Vincent - Aug 12, 2014
Federal court says the state's assault weapon ban is legal.

White House wants to reboot government websites
White House wants to reboot government websites
Ella Vincent - Aug 11, 2014
Revamp to come after health care website fiasco.

Denver woman arrested for planning to aid Syrian terrorist group
Denver woman arrested for planning to aid Syrian terrorist group
Anna Jiang - Aug 11, 2014
Denver woman Shannon Conley plans to plead guilty to charges of conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS.

Biden criticizes lack of action in Congress
Biden criticizes lack of action in Congress
Anna Jiang - Aug 06, 2014
The Vice President expresses frustration with the inability of Congress to write policy.

Hillary Clinton gets big laughs on 'Colbert'
Hillary Clinton gets big laughs on 'Colbert'
Anna Jiang - Aug 06, 2014
Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert had a playful name-dropping contest on Comedy Central Tuesday night.

GM website gave false information about recalls, NHTSA says
GM website gave false information about recalls, NHTSA says
Aaron Sims - Aug 03, 2014
When consumers entered their VIN, they were told their cars weren't being recalled, which in many cases was incorrect.

California increases efforts to stop college rape
California increases efforts to stop college rape
Anna Jiang - Jul 31, 2014
The Survivor Outreach and Support Campus Act proposes a system that will better cater to the victim's need.

Narcotics officers accused of robbing drug dealers
Narcotics officers accused of robbing drug dealers
Anna Jiang - Jul 30, 2014
Six Philadelphia police officers face numerous charges of robbery, racketeering, civil right violations, and falsifying records over a period of six years.

FBI headquarters to move to Virginia or Maryland suburbs
FBI headquarters to move to Virginia or Maryland suburbs
Ella Vincent - Jul 29, 2014
Three new possible sites for FBI in the future.

Democratic Senator John Walsh accused of plagiarism
Democratic Senator John Walsh accused of plagiarism
Ella Vincent - Jul 24, 2014
Montana senator is accused of copying others' works.

Courts conflicted in recent Obamacare ruling
Courts conflicted in recent Obamacare ruling
Anna Jiang - Jul 22, 2014
Analysts estimate that as many as five million people could be affected if subsidies disappear from the federally created marketplaces.

NYPD to re-evaluate officer training after accidental death
NYPD to re-evaluate officer training after accidental death
Anna Jiang - Jul 22, 2014
The New York Police Department plans to review its officer training procedures after an attempted arrest turned tragic.

Governor Perry's indictment to complicate Boehner's lawsuit
Anna Jiang - Aug 18, 2014
Texan Governor Rick Perry's arguments to defend his actions may ultimately weaken Speaker of House John Boehner's lawsuit against President Obama.

Obama calls for review of military transfers to local police in Ferguson
Anna Jiang - Aug 18, 2014
Obama takes a break from his summer vacation to address the racially charged unrest in Ferguson, MO.

Alaskan taxpayers to vote on oil production tax referendum
David Keup - Aug 16, 2014
Fifty-thousand people signed a petition to put a repeal to the current law on the ballot.

National Guard troops set up along U.S.-Mexico border
Anna Jiang - Aug 14, 2014
The first wave of National Guard troops are stationed at observation towers along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Judge rules against delay of Hawaii makeup primary
Ella Vincent - Aug 14, 2014
Representative Colleen Hanabusa had wanted to delay Hawaiian Democratic primary.

Massachusetts Governor to update state gun laws
Anna Jiang - Aug 12, 2014
Massachusetts takes a stance against gun violence.

White House changes stance regarding lobbyist ban
Ella Vincent - Aug 12, 2014
The White House may let lobbyists serve on some federal agency boards.

Amazon's clashes with media companies has been intensifying
David Keup - Aug 10, 2014
Amazon last week blocked the pre-order option with Walt Disney Co. hit movie "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and other titles in disk form.

Investors snapping up high-dividend yielding stocks
David Keup - Aug 10, 2014
Utility and telecom sector stocks near the top of investor buying lists.

U.S. stock market rallies on Aug. 8: Posts best day since March
David Keup - Aug 09, 2014
Market buoyed by stabilizing geopolitical events in Russia and Iraq.

40th year anniversary of Nixon's resignation
Anna Jiang - Aug 08, 2014
President Richard Nixon will forever be remembered in history as the first President to resign from office.

Obama signs bill overhauling veterans' health care
Ella Vincent - Aug 07, 2014
President signs bill helping veterans get better access to health care.

New Jersey officer: 'Obama has decimated the friggin' constitution'
Anna Jiang - Aug 07, 2014
Officer Recine is under investigations after a video surfaced showing him making controversial comments about President Obama.

Obama announces $33 billion investment in Africa
Ella Vincent - Aug 06, 2014
Obama pledges billions to assist U.S.-Africa trade.

'Inversion deals' take a hit from Obama
Anna Jiang - Aug 06, 2014
Inversion deals come under scrutiny as President Obama calls them "unpatriotic".

Virginia to review gay marriage ruling
Anna Jiang - Aug 05, 2014
Virginia Attorney General asks for a stay in overturning the ban on gay marriage.

DREAMers confront Rep. Steve King at fundraiser, Sen. Rand Paul flees [VIDEO]
Aaron Sims - Aug 05, 2014
The reactions to the video on social medial primarily focused on the Kentucky senator's speedy exit.

U.S. Government to shut down three shelters housing immigrant children
Anna Jiang - Aug 05, 2014
The Department of Health and Human Services claim three emergency shelters in Oklahoma, California, and Texas are no longer necessary.

Judge rules against Alabama abortion restrictions
Ella Vincent - Aug 04, 2014
Federal judge rules against Alabama anti-abortion legislation.

Lawsuit filed against Obama Administration by 12 U.S. states
David Keup - Aug 02, 2014
12 States Seeking to block an Environmental Protection Agency proposal regarding coal-fired power plants.

Stock market suffers losses last week despite positive economic data
David Keup - Aug 02, 2014
Investors remain fearful that Federal Reserve will raise interest rates earlier than expected.

Senator Mark Udall wants CIA chief to resign for spying on Senate
Ella Vincent - Aug 01, 2014
Colorado senator wants CIA director John Brennan to resign.

80% of marijuana citations in Seattle have been issued by the same officer
Anna Jiang - Aug 01, 2014
Newly released statistics on Marijuana arrests reveal that African Americans and homeless persons received more tickets than did other populations.

Wrongly imprisoned Connecticut man seeks millions in compensation
Anna Jiang - Jul 29, 2014
Kenneth Ireland spoke on Tuesday before a state commission established to review claims of wrongful conviction.

Federal court keeps Mississippi's only abortion clinic open
Ella Vincent - Jul 29, 2014
Court rules against a law that would have shut down abortion clinic.

Sarah Palin launches online channel with higher monthly cost than Netflix
Ella Vincent - Jul 28, 2014
The former Alaska governor starts a streaming news channel.

President Obama urges African nations to take charge of their economy
Anna Jiang - Jul 28, 2014
Obama gives a preview of next weeks' U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington.

Buffalo, N.Y. man suing Oprah Winfrey and Starbucks for $15 million
David Keup - Jul 27, 2014
Vernon Charles Allen Merriweather claims his chai tea was spiked on a visit in the Fall of 2013.

Chinese food manufacturer in center of food safety scandal
David Keup - Jul 27, 2014
Shanghai Husi Food Co. has been accused of forging production dates on smoked beef patties and then selling them after they expired.

Poll: One third of Americans believe Obama should be impeached
Aaron Sims - Jul 27, 2014
According to the poll, 57 percent of Republicans support an attempt to impeach the president.

Investors are concerned about Amazon's profitability
David Keup - Jul 26, 2014
Some industry analyst and experts say Amazon's stock is overvalued.

More than 1,500 unaccompanied children placed in New Jersey
Anna Jiang - Jul 24, 2014
The number of immigrant children placed with sponsors in New Jersey is among the highest in the nation.

Paul Ryan presents seemingly bipartisan anti-poverty proposal
Ella Vincent - Jul 24, 2014
Wisconsin governor presents different plan in Congress than previous proposals.

Newt Gingrich isn't happy about Bush and Clinton friendship
Anna Jiang - Jul 23, 2014
Newt Gingrich calls the Bush family's friendship with Bill Clinton a huge mistake.

Appeal courts split on validity of Obamacare subsidies in 36 states
Ella Vincent - Jul 23, 2014
Federal courts split on whether federal subsidies are legal in 36 states.