One Arizona woman may have taken the slogan "Vote or Die" literally when she ran over her husband with the family Jeep back in November 2012 after she found out he failed to cast his ballot for Mitt Romney in that year's presidential election.
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Michael LaCour, the University of California-Los Angeles graduate student responsible for a now-widely discredited study on attitudes towards gay marriage, apparently lied about the funding grants given for his fraudulent research.
The State Department made it clear in a memo that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was the "public face" of the U.S. effort in war-torn Libya well before the Benghazi attack of September 2012, according to an email released by the agency Friday.
Officials at the National Archives and Records Administration expressed concern that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would take important documents with her after she left the State Department and violate federal records laws.
Iowa's Department of Public Safety is upset with one reporter for speeding up to catch Hillary Clinton's motorcade in the state this week, but is seemingly unconcerned that the former secretary of state's vehicle was going well over the mandated speed limit.
The deadly Sunday biker battle at a Waco, Texas breastaurant has convinced one University of Texas at Austin professor that Americans aren't cut out for the Second Amendment's right to bear arms.
Police in Waco, Texas, declared on Wednesday that they have recovered over a thousand weapons from the property of a self-styled breastaurant that was the site of a bloody Sunday gun battle between rival motorcycle gangs.
Jonathan Rauch, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, believes New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his staffers shouldn't be legally punished for their alleged involvement in the Bridgegate scandal as it would "criminalize politics."
Brent Bozell, chairman of the conservative non-profit advocacy group ForAmerica, thinks Jeb Bush previously praising Hillary Clinton will "bury him" in the 2016 election.
A top government lawyer expressed concern over Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account while she served as secretary of state.
Former Bill Clinton advisor and television personality Dick Morris thinks his old boss isn't looking too good these days.
President Barack Obama believes "gender" and "sex" are different things.
One Georgia high school's graduation ceremony was rocked by a racial remark made by the school's own founder after she lost control of the proceedings.
The Select Committee on Benghazi released its interim report Friday, and while it documented the progress of the investigation into the terror attack, there apparently remains one problem --- the White House's refusal to fully cooperate with the committee.
One Virginia man may have concocted the best defense ever for robbing a bank: it wasn't a crime because the money was asked for politely.
The uproar surrounding the death of Freddie Gray and continuing unrest in Baltimore have prompted renewed calls for reforming America's drug laws, but conservative commentator Pat Buchanan believes it would be wrong for the country to "go soft" on the "curse of the African-American community."
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan is troubled by the charges filed against six Baltimore police officers by Maryland state attorney Marilyn Mosby and believes the prosecution of the indicted officers has more to do with appeasing rioters than delivering justice.
Freddie Gray, the deceased man at the center of the unrest in Baltimore, had numerous run-ins with the law prior to his fatal detainment in April -- with offenses ranging from felony drug possession to assault.
Hillary Clinton is getting a Democrat challenger -- and he's coming at her from the far left.