Reauthorizing No Child Left Behind Will Stop Federal Common Core Push

Opinion | Sen. Pat Roberts
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‘State academic standards will once again be a state decision when the bill passes into law. Period.’

NY Times Edits Story To Tone Down Facts, Inject Bias

Business | Blake Neff

The paper of record

Ted Cruz Accuses New York Times Of Lying About Bestseller List

Politics | Alex Pappas
Sen. Ted Cruz gestures as he confirms his candidacy for the U.S. presidential election race during a speech at Liberty College in Lynchburg, Virginia

The fight is escalating

Why The New York Times Blocked Ted Cruz's Book

Political Thriller | Patrick Howley
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) heads back to the Senate floor after their party's caucus luncheons on Capitol Hill in Washington June 23, 2015.    REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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No bestseller status for the big-time bestseller

Do Cubans Really Hate Rubio As Much As The NYTimes Says?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Connor D. Wolf
NRA Holds Its Annual Meeting In Nashville

‘The first Cuban-American to have a plausible chance to become president of the United States is the islands least favorite son’

NY Times: Cuba's Communism Was Good For The Environment

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Fidel Castro with his brother Raul (left) in June 2001. Photograph: Reuters

‘American corporations are poised to rush into a country only 90 miles from Florida’s shores’

Former Israeli Ambassador Reveals Outrageous Exchange With New York Times Editor

Politics | Jamie Weinstein
A man speaks on his mobile photo in front of the New York Times building in New York City

‘I simply gave up trying to debunk such lunacy’

Rubio Raises $100K After New York Times Stories

Politics | Alex Griswold
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They should attack him more often!

New York Times Attacks Marco Rubio For Not Being Rich Enough

Opinion | Alex Griswold

Is that really the best argument they’ve got?

New York Times: Obama Admin Takes YEARS To Hand Over Public Info

Politics | Patrick Howley
U.S. President Barack Obama watches as Todd Park (L), Assistant to the President and Chief Technology Officer, shows him information on a tablet during a meeting in the Oval Office, in this April 15, 2013 handout photograph obtained on October 24, 2013. Park, the chief technology officer for the White House and a top advisor to Obama, now finds himself among a handful of officials with targets on their backs as Republicans try to root out who is responsible for this month's glitch-ridden rollout of Healthcare.gov.  Picture taken April 15, 2013. REUTERS/Pete Souza/The White House/Handout  (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - RTX14PGS

‘Culture of unresponsiveness’

News Articles Will Now Be Built Into Facebook

Tech | Reuters
Facebook

A direct injection of news

New York Times Reporter Has 'No Doubt' Clinton Foundation Donors Were 'Seeking Influence'

Politics | Alex Griswold

‘You have to wonder how it impacts the policy decision-making’

The New York Times LOVES Blasphemy... Except When It Targets Muslims

Politics | Alex Griswold
The New York Times Building

‘An exercise in bigotry and hatred…’

COULTER: Smart Policing: Lock Up Liberals

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
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The New York Times’ working assumption is the only way to judge the criminal justice system is to ask if Al Sharpton is unhappy.

The New York Times Really Wants Hillary To Answer A Freaking Question

Politics | Alex Griswold
Hillary Clinton waves. Getty Images.

‘Clinton has answered just seven questions from reporters.’

Flashback 1976: Scientists Blamed California Drought On Global Cooling

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
A stream of water trickles on the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir near San Jose

‘The climate has moved into a cooling cycle, which means highly erratic weather for decades to come’

Some Reactions To The Attempted Terrorist Attack In Garland Blame The Victims

US | Derek Hunter
Police officers block an intersection after a shooting outside the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest in Garland, Texas

Many on the left blame free speech, not the gunmen, for the attack