Close to two months after announcing his candidacy for president, former Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry was forced to stop paying his campaign staff due to slow fundraising.
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A 90-year-old World War II veteran inspired the nation last week, after he ditched his walking cane to pull his wheelchair-bound wife to safety when a fire erupted inside their North Carolina home.
Rabbi Ari Hier -- the Campus Outreach Coordinator at a Holocaust research human rights organization -- had the perfect response to the New York University (NYU) professor who has claimed that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a contemporary Adolf Hitler.
A group of student protesters disrupted a parade of student financial-aid administrators on Monday in New Orleans, demanding that a college education should be free of all costs for everyone.
Anthony Hervey -- a 49-year-old black activist known for being a vocal proponent of the Confederate flag -- died Sunday in a car crash caused by a car-full of black hecklers who chased and verbally attacked Hervey, driving his vehicle off the Mississippi highway.
Donald Trump's hair has been the talk of media since he announced his bid for the 2016 presidential race.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un and the North Korean government released a statement on Thursday that inviting President Obama and members of the U.S. Congress to Pyongyang, North Korea -- right after calling them all "idiots."
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) offers undocumented students "paid internships" regardless of their immigration status -- a practice that could be in violation of federal law.
Colleges across the country are finding that an increasing number of Chinese students are cheating the system by submitting college applications completed by hired professionals in China.
A 2-year-old black bear got stuck in a tree in the middle of University of Colorado-Boulder (CU) campus on Friday morning, after he was too spooked to climb down.
When a former marine and his 16-year-old daughter got caught in a riptide in Nantucket on Tuesday, a "selfie stick" came to the rescue and saved the family from a potentially tragic outcome.
An associate professor of women's and ethnic studies at University of Colorado Colorado Springs stated in a radio interview that certain African Americans and black celebrities, such as Stacey Dash, are proliferating "white supremacy" by just being successful. In a statement provided only to The Daily Caller, Dash had a scathing response.
65-year-old Larry William Henry was charged Wednesday with criminal trespassing, public drunkenness, and indecent exposure after being found drunk and naked in a neighbor's hog barn.
A leader in the Baltimore branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) who has been an active advocate since long before the Freddie Gray incident is critical of the black civil rights group's politicization of their own mission.
Cyle Larin -- number one overall pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft and forward for Orlando City -- was close to scoring his seventh 'professional' goal in a tight game against El Salvador when he overshot and had what has been titled the "most epic miss" in the 2015 Gold Cup.
The Connecticut Democratic Party is considering to rename its annual fundraiser dinner because its namesake, U.S. Founding Father and 3rd President, Thomas Jefferson, owned slaves.
Kinky Trojans --- a new student organization at the University of Southern California (USC) for students who practice BDSM sex --- has been widely celebrated despite its founding in the wake of a free speech controversy on campus surrounding the school's removal of "pro-life" banners put up by USC's Students For Life group.
The Fourth of July is right around the corner. The one day a year where every American should take time off to celebrate the red, white and blue. This means patriotic face paint, hot dogs, potato salad and -- everyone's favorite -- boozing (responsibly, of course). So in honor of our great nation's history, here are 11 historic, all-American drinks The Daily Caller recommends this holiday weekend.
Kentucky ACLU Is Suing ‘Deeply Religious’ County Clerk For Denying Same-Sex Couples A Marriage License
Since the U.S. Supreme Court's groundbreaking decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide last week, four couples from Kentucky -- two same-sex, two opposite sex -- and the state's American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) chapter has filed a lawsuit against a Kentucky county clerk for refusing to grant marriage licenses.