A new RNC program tries to showcase Republican diversity
The mood in Phoenix on Monday was angry—but it was also peaceful. Dozens of people marched through the Arizona city’s downtown to protest George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. They chanted …
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, an independent federal agency examining whether U.S. intelligence gathering is too intrusive, held a public workshop on Tuesday in Washington with experts, academics and advocacy …
Every Fourth of July, we flaunt Uncle Sam hats, wave our flag, and watch fireworks shoot sparks into the night sky. But many never even stop to ask the question, “Why does America salute the red, white and blue?”
Supporters are currently planning nationwide protests in over 100 locations
Privacy rights groups yearn to keep the NSA surveillance programs in the spotlight as immigration reform preoccupies Congress.
The coalition of civil liberties groups Stop Watching Us will host a national call-in day to Capitol Hill lawmakers this Tuesday
Fallon dubbed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie with new nicknames like “The Love Gov” and “Christie Crème Donut” during last night’s “Slow Jam the News” segment.
Election Day 2008 will always be remembered for Americans’ voting the first African-American President of the United States into office. But it was also historic for another reason: an estimated 22 million young Americans under the age of 30 showed up at the polls, the third highest turnout rate for young voters in the nation’s history.