Democratic New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen touts endorsements from environmental groups including the Sierra Club, despite previously angering the eco-friendly Left by importing potentially toxic "sludge" into New Hampshire communities and declaring an official Sludge Day during her tenure as governor.
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President Barack Obama took it upon himself to support Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn this week in an interview with an Atlanta radio station geared towards a black audience.
Democratic Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth told Larry King Thursday that the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination is "Hillary's for the asking."
Iowa television station KWWL-Waterloo rejected a liberal ad that showed dead and bloody Ebola bodies to illustrate its accusation that Republican-supported budget cuts contributed to the Ebola outbreak.
Democratic Kentucky Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes' family catering business has unpaid interns.
Liberals are squeezing every last drop of infected bodily fluids out of the Ebola blanket that is the American news cycle to push their own political objectives, and if they succeed, we'll end up confirming an Obama Surgeon General nominee whose qualifications are comprised mainly of using "Twitter for advocacy."
A new cultural movement has emerged called "Nixon In Nature," which exists to share photographs of household objects and images in nature resembling former President Richard Nixon (1969-73).
The progressive activism organizations MoveOn.org and MAYDAY.us changed the rules for their video contest Thursday after a conservative group's tongue-in-cheek submission took a commanding vote lead.
President Obama assured the American public that our country's Ebola risk was extremely low, even after a federal government-funded study quietly found a nearly 25 percent chance of Ebola reaching the United States in September 2014.
President Barack Obama boasted that he kissed nurses at the Atlanta hospital where Ebola patients were being treated.
Arizona Democratic Gov. Candidate Fred DuVal Makes Shocking Statement On 14-Year Old’s Abortions … In A Church!
Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal said that 14-year olds should be allowed to get abortions with no parental consent.
The satirical newspaper The Onion reported on an Ebola outbreak in the United States more than four years ago, eerily detailing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Thomas Frieden's flimsy response to the crisis.
Democratic Georgia Senate candidate Michelle Nunn refused to say Wednesday whether or not she voted for President Barack Obama. But records reveal that her father donated to the president.
Thirteen nurses at top Ohio hospitals were exposed to Ebola patient Amber Vinson on a recent commercial flight, the Plain Dealer newspaper reports.
A man wearing normal street clothes while standing near Ebola patient Amber Vinson is believed to have been a member of the crew on the Gulfstream jet carrying Vinson on a flight overseen by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NBC 5 in Dallas reports.
Michael Brown did not have his hands over his head when he was shot by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson, a self-identified eyewitness told the grand jury investigating Brown's death.
Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton avoided shaking hands with an African world leader due to fear of spreading Ebola in August 2012, more than two years before the U.S. federal government outlined its Ebola response.
Respected George Washington University hospital laboratory director Dr. Jonathan Reiner exposed the Obama administration's flawed and inaccurate health advice for citizens during the Ebola outbreak.
The Nebraska hospital at the center of U.S. medical efforts to fight Ebola recently laid off staff due to budget cuts caused by Obamacare, and its Ebola-fighting resources are now limited due to staff constraints.