Union Election Reform Bill Promoted In New Ad

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Man casts a vote. (Photo: Shutterstock)

‘Union officials have put a stranglehold on employees’

Media And Progressives Turn On Bernie Over Nuclear Power

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders pauses during the Univision News and Washington Post Democratic U.S. presidential candidates debate in Kendall, Florida, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

“One of my top issues is climate change and that’s a big part of why I voted to nominate Hillary over Bernie.”

Skeptic Warns UN Treaty 'Plants The Seeds' Of New 'Climate Regime'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry speaks next to United Nations Secretary-General Ban during the "Caring for Climate Business Forum" event as part of the COP21 United Nations conference on climate change in Le Bourget

‘The bad news is that it plants the seeds of a new UN climate regime’

Survey: The First Amendment Is WAY Overrated And The Media Is Biased

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

‘Fear can put at risk even our most cherished freedoms’

Here's A Pretty Great List Of All The News Outlets That TOTALLY Screwed Up Their Terrorist Coverage

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis

NYT, Washington Post, USA Today could use some language skills

I'd Like A Skim Caramel Macchiato With A Discussion Of Race, Please

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff

The best part of waking up … is race wars in your cup

USA Today Issues Defense Of Radical Muslim Cleric's Column: 'Tempered Analysis'

US | Al Weaver
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Declines Ann Coulter’s columns but defends Choudary’s? Ok, then.

USA Today, Which Refused To Publish Ann Coulter, Publishes Radical Muslim's Op-Ed

US | Alex Griswold
USA Today

‘Whoever insults a Prophet, kill him’

The Scalise Ordeal Shows The Media Will Bury Facts To Fit Its Narrative About Racist Southerners

Opinion | Ellen Carmichael
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There’s no evidence he was even aware of the EURO Conference.

Adventures In Passive Voice: Does The Media Think The Ferguson Fires Ignited Themselves?

Opinion | David Benkof
A man watches a burning building after a grand jury returned no indictment in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri

When is racially-identifying information important to a story?

USA Today Day Of Ottawa Shooting: Beware Of 'Christian Extremists'

US | Alex Griswold

‘Islamists may draw our attention, but we need to keep an eye on [Cliven] Bundy and his ilk.’

Since USA Today Won’t Publish Good Gun News, Author Alan Korwin Publishes Advertorial Of Good Gun News

Concealed Carry & Home Defense | Guns and Gear
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Not one positive article on gun self-defense, until now

VA Secretary Shinseki Plays Defense: 'We Are Doing All We Can'

Politics | Brendan Bordelon
Shinseki adjusts his glasses as he takes his seat to testify before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘We are redoubling our efforts . . . to restore integrity’

DeMint pans immigration reform bill as expensive amnesty

Politics | Caroline May
Jim DeMint arrives for the senate republican steering committee luncheon in the Capitol. Tom Williams/Getty Images.

Heritage head and former senator cites massive welfare cost to taxpayers

In ad, successful businessmen chide Obama for pushing class warfare narrative - TheDC

Politics | Alex Pappas
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40 wealthy businessmen take out full-page advertisement in USA Today

Doctor shortage could take turn for the worse

US | USA Today
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By 2020, the shortage will amount to more than 90,000 doctors, including 45,000 patient care physicians

Nation's four biggest newspapers downplay Holder contempt vote - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Only Washington Post has article that makes the front page as Obamacare ruling dominates coverage

FCC's ownership rules change may spur consolidation - Bloomberg

Business | Kells Hetherington
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Easing limits on one owner holding a television station and newspaper in a top 20 U.S. market

Report: Nearly 1 in 3 will be arrested by age 23 - USA Today

US | taylorbigler
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Nearly one in three people will be arrested by the time they are 23, a study published Monday in Pediatrics found.