Take a look at your email inbox. Are there emails older than 180 days? If so, you should know that the United States government considers them to be “abandoned,” which entitles Uncle Sam to get his hands on them.
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After busting the New York Police Department for abusing a decades-old eviction law, nonprofit news organization ProPublica received a public service Pulitzer Prize. A powerful story of journalism in pursuit of justice, right?
Wednesday is World Press Freedom Day, an annual event celebrating the media’s vital role in a free society.
An effort demanding J.E.B. Stuart High School in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Falls Church, Va., change its name has been plagued with clandestine conversations and deceptive tactics, according to emails obtained through Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act.
America’s taxpayers spend billions of dollars a year repairing damage caused by semi trucks to highways and bridges. Now the trucking industry wants Congress to allow heavier trucks on the road, which would force taxpayers to shell out even more.
A little town in Tennessee is one the verge of making a very big mistake. It’s a blunder being made by well-meaning local officials across the country.
America’s brick and mortar retailers want to have their cake and eat it, too.
What started off as a juicy rumor by a controversial website is gaining credibility, and may soon balloon into a damning scandal for former President Barack Obama and his signature health insurance program.
Clifford Nyambe Mayeya smiles as he demonstrates how his new maize mill works. Three of his seven children sit close by, captivated by the machine. He bought it earlier this year using savings he earned from tobacco farming and is now a burgeoning entrepreneur.
The United Nations is giving Uber a run for its money. At a tobacco control meeting hosted by the UN’s public health arm, the World Health Organization, I was given a free ride -- straight out the door – courtesy of security guards.
GREATER NOIDA, India – A United Nations legislative body has voted to kick journalists out of its meeting Monday.
During Louisiana's disastrous August floods, Bill Nye, the popular science educator, went on national television to blame climate change for the calamity. "As the sea surface is warmer, more water evaporates," he told CNN. "And so it's very reasonable that these storms are connected to these big effects."
Environmental leaders have stood alongside the Obama Administration on virtually every issue since day one. Yet on biomass energy, the two groups couldn't be further apart.
A collection of progressive radicals are trying to turn the internet into a cesspool of corporate welfare, censorship and government control. And they’re trying to do it by strong-arming Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee into endorsing their outlandish demands.
A misguided lawmaker is picking a fight with America’s fastest growing sport.
A new report from Towson University draws a clear connection between a healthy freight railroad industry and huge downstream economic benefits like job creation and ample tax receipts for federal and local government.
The Bluegrass State is already reeling from the Obama administration’s war on coal. Now the people of the Commonwealth are preparing to feel the sting of ObamaNet, the administration’s attempt to seize control of the Internet.
The World Health Organization is reeling after an internal audit discovered that reported incidents of fraud, corruption, harassment, failure to comply with professional standards and sexual harassment skyrocketed in 2015.
The leader of the World Health Organization (WHO) attacked fossil fuels, tobacco, and “unhealthy foods and beverages” in a polarizing speech to open the largest global health summit in history Monday.