(USA TODAY) The St. Louis County grand jury decision that a white police officer in Ferguson will not face charges for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager drew strong and opposite reactions from legal, law enforcement and advocacy groups.
The grand jury
(NATIONAL REVIEW) Missouri Democratic state senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal said the ongoing violence following the Ferguson grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson is “St. Louis’ race war.”
The state senator spoke with MSNBC&rs
(MEDIA RESEARCH CENTER) President Obama completely fumbles when George Stephanopolous asks him how he’d respond if a future president takes the same action on taxes that Obama has taken on immigration. Incredibly, Obama responds as if he’d never he
Triggering some violent protests, a St. Louis County grand jury has decided not to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of black teen Michael Brown Jr., the prosecutor’s office announced Monday evening.
BEIRUT – Al-Qaida leadership’s long-simmering rift with ISIS has grown wider as ISIS seeks allegiance from additional al-Qaida-affiliated groups while amassing more territory for its caliphate.
However, Middle East sources tell WND that ISIS leader
(MEDIAITE) — If you’ve ever interviewed for a job, you’ve probably been asked what your biggest “weakness” is. It’s the kind of question designed to let you show some humility and acknowledge that you’re not perfect. A
JERUSALEM – A House Intelligence Committee report on the Benghazi attack released Friday makes numerous problematic assertions, a WND review of the 37-page document has found.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., on Sunday slammed the new House Committee Intelli
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is on his way out, and retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash says it had to happen as Obama’s inner circle kept Hagel away from the president and Hagel began to go public with numerous frustrations.
Nash said it’s just
(DAILY CALLER) While Americans are focused on what delicious foods they’re going to eat for Thanksgiving, the White House is focused on releasing its massive regulatory agenda — marking the fifth time the Obama administration has released its regul
(WASHINGTONPOST) — School kids around the country are tweeting rather unfortunate pictures of the meals they’re being served at lunchtime, and thanking first lady and healthy school food advocate Michelle Obama for their bowls of mush and mystery p
Stewart Stogel, a professional journalist who covered the United Nations for WND, and whose work also appeared in Time and Newsweek, has died of complications from advanced diabetes.
The loss was confirmed by a spokeswoman for the U.N., where Stogel was corres
In a lawsuit settlement with a group called the Freedom from Religion Foundation, the Internal Revenue Service admitted it had monitored churches for allegedly illegal political activity, but the details never appeared because when the agency settlement was an
By Otway Burns
Before Ferguson exploded in reaction to the August shooting of black teen Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson, the St. Louis police chief raised eyebrows when he called for the use of drones to monitor high-crime areas.
The proposal wa
(WASHINGTONPOST) — A grand jury has reached a decision on whether to indict Darren Wilson, the white Ferguson, Mo. police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager sparked days of turbulent protests, sources close to the process said.
(THE HILL) President Obama and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) are among GQ magazine’s “30 Least Influential People of 2014.”
The commander-in-chief takes the runner-up spot on the list, behind “the Tom Friedman of rock,” Bono, and his
(BREITBART) — Another example of just how good Democrats got it in the mainstream media arrived Sunday morning when no less than the Washington Post published a high-profile fact-check of a “Saturday Night Live” skit blasting Obama over his g
(THE BLAZE) After the Indianapolis Star published a political cartoon on Friday that was decidedly against President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration reform, the paper’s executive editor Jeff Taylor said many readers were offended and
(NEW YORK TIMES) WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down under pressure, the first cabinet-level casualty of the collapse of President Obama’s Democratic majority in the Senate and the struggles of his national security team to
(Financial Times) A cyber snooping operation reminiscent of the Stuxnet worm and billed as the world’s most sophisticated computer malware is targeting Russian and Saudi Arabian telecoms companies.
Cyber security company Symantec said the malware, calle
(Pando) Amnesty International has partnered with several other human rights groups to release Detekt, a free tool that allows Windows users to determine if their machines are infected with spyware. It’s part of a wider effort to maintain a modicum of pri
Another famine grips North Korea. Morale is low. Elite U.S. Special Forces, having trained for years for this archetype scenario, enter North Korea from South Korea, via submarines off the coast and from mainland China.
They have deployed with a singular missi
The Muslim jihadist group Boko Haram is eyeing a new offensive that would target Nigeria’s predominantly Christian south, according to Africa analysts.
Yan St-Pierre of the Berlin-based intelligence firm MOSECON, which monitors Boko Haram, said evidence
(New York Post) Don’t mess with Texas.
Infuriated with President Obama for allowing up to 5 million undocumented immigrants to stay here legally?, a trio of Texas Republican politicians are plotting retaliation at separate levels of government.
Bans on the radical Muslim Brotherhood abroad combined with a historically large GOP majority in Washington could provide the impetus to pass the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act introduced earlier this year by Rep. Michelle Bachmann, R-Minn., cong