Study: Weather Stations Exaggerated Warming By Nearly SIX TIMES

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

‘extreme warming observed at higher elevations is the result of systematic artifacts and not climatic conditions’

Consumers Prosper As OPEC Oil Imports Plummet

Business | Michael Bastasch
A gas flare is seen at an oil well site on July 26, 2013 outside Williston, North Dakota. Gas flares are created when excess flammable gases are released by pressure release valves during the drilling for oil and natural gas. North Dakota has been experiencing an oil boom recently, bringing tens of thousands of jobs to the region, lowering state unemployment and bringing a surplus to the state budget. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

‘In the short term, a fall to $40 per barrel cannot be ruled out’

NOAA: 2014 Was Only The 34th Warmest On Record For US

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
NASA’s Aqua satellite passed over the United States mutiple times showing winter weather

‘It’s hard to make the connection of this singular pattern to longer term climate change.’

Obama Pledges To Help Mexico Meet Its Climate Goals

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Mexico's President Pena Nieto speaks during a military parade in celebration of the 104th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, at Campo Marte in Mexico City

Obama wants to create a ‘binational business-to-business energy council’

MSNBC Guest: 'Foundation Of This Country Is Racism'

US | Alex Griswold

Is that the only line they have?

Condi Rice: 'The World Is Ready For Stronger American Leadership'

Video | Alex Griswold

‘When the United States steps back and speaks softly, nobody listens.’

US Quadruples Expat Fee As Record Numbers Of Americans Renounce Citizenship

US | Rachel Stoltzfoos

Backlog at US Consulate in Toronto through 2015

Low-income US Students Worse Than Russians

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff

And a whole lot of others

Hey FAFSA, Don't Quit Your Day Job

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins

Financial aid tries to be funny and fails miserably

USA's Win Over Ghana One Of The Most Memorable Moments Of The World Cup

Sports | Ewan Watt
Ghana v USA: Group G - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

USA killin’ the ‘group of death’

MASTER GUIDE: Everything You Need To Know About The World Cup Group G

Sports | Ewan Watt
Bosnia Soccer USA.JPEG

Become the master you’ve always claimed to be

Freedom Of The Press Falls Across The Globe

Daily Caller News Foundation | Breanna Deutsch
Journalists listen to a speech and question of former U.S. spy agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden at a media centre during Russian President Vladimir Putin's live broadcast nationwide phone-in in Moscow

‘Driven by governments’ efforts to control the message and punish the messenger’

REVEALED: America's music taste, broken down state by state

Entertainment | Rachel Stoltzfoos
(Photo: Flickr/Creative Commons)

Does Sarah Palin love Ginger Kwan?

CHINACARE: Americans completely reliant on China for antibiotics

World | Christopher Bedford
A Chinese regiment on Jan. 29, 2013 in Heilongjiang Province of China Getty Images.

Year of the (War) Horse

US to oppose UN climate 'reparations' proposal

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

‘This isn’t a productive avenue’

Russian minister uses Navy Yard shooting to mock American exceptionalism

World | Thomas Phippen
Russian foreign minister Alexey Pushkov takes the Navy Yard shooting to comment upon the culture of American exceptionalism (Wikimedia Commons)

Doubles down on Putin needling

The 'Gang of Weight'

Video | Maggie Lit

Americans react to nation’s loss of fattest-country title

Poll says world thinks China will eclipse USA

World | Maggie Lit

But America really doesn’t care what the world thinks so whatevs

Trial starts for San Jose teacher accused of vile molestation of grade-school girls

Education | Eric Owens
Craig Chandler. Photo: KTVU

Prosecutor says Room 18 at Whaley Elementary was house of horrors

Snowden: NSA has been hacking China since 2009

Tech | Alec Hill
Hong Kong NSA Surveillance

61,000 operations around the globe since 2009, he says