The state of California is perhaps America's epicenter for parents who oppose vaccinations. Those parents were mighty unhappy last month when Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill giving the state one of the country's strictest vaccination laws
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Catholic School Teacher Who Says She Was Fired For Pole Dancing Is Now Pole Dancing National Champion
In an underdog story that seems apt for Christopher Guest's next "documentary," a former Catholic school kindergarten teacher has become the reigning national champion of American competitive pole dancing in the masters division (which is for women over 40 years old).
Seven long years into the presidency of Barack Obama, The Washington Post continues its obsessive quest to suggest that Obama may be lying when he professes to be a Christian.
At the "first ever [sic] Organizing Academy for Hillary Clinton!" in Chicago, Ill. this weekend, professional staffers for Clinton's presidential campaign spent an excessive and seemingly unexpected amount of time quelling concerns of skeptical attendees about why exactly it would benefit them to devote their time and attention to the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus.
The wide sidewalk behind a gleaming new building on the small campus of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art has become a stomping ground for homeless vagrants doing disgusting things.
A rural Pennsylvania school district has temporarily closed one of its four elementary school because people keep seeing venomous spiders in the building.
Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis may look lean and svelte ever since her weight reduction surgery down in Mexico, but she has been on a recent political losing streak that would worry the point guard of the Washington Generals.
On Friday, Wheaton College will stop providing student health insurance.
Police in Kansas City, Mo. are investigating a male middle school teacher this week for allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl in a tree house.
A federal judge has ruled that a Ten Commandments monument can remain in front of a public school in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pa.
The George Washington University has become the latest fancypants college in America to stop requiring standardized test scores from most applicants applying for undergraduate admission.
The University of New Hampshire has issued a Bias-Free Language Guide which identifies the word "American" as a "problematic" term which should not be used.
A professor at the University of Cambridge has suggested that three climate-change scientists involved in the investigation of melting Arctic ice could have been assassinated during a few months in 2013.
In rural, small-town Iowa, a group of parents and community leaders is seeking to prevent students from the local taxpayer-funded middle school and high school from attending future versions of an anti–bullying conference for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teens.
This week, The Washington Post spent two days, three articles and over 1,500 words (some of which manages to quote itself) explaining that air conditioning is sexist because sometimes, in the summer, women think offices are too cold while men do not.
Democratic presidential hopeful and self-described socialist Bernie Sanders introduced a bill to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour this week.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University -- commonly known as Virginia Tech -- is demanding that all professors seeking promotions or tenure demonstrate their dedication to identity politics.
Bureaucrats at Kean University, a taxpayer-funded school in the endless sprawl of New Jersey, are currently seeking to hire staffers for a satellite campus in China.
A bunch of fancypants colleges and universities in Boston blatantly fail to pay voluntary fees for essential services provided by the taxpayers, such as police protection, fire protection and snow removal, an analysis by The Boston Globe reveals.