In response to Gosnell and Media Bias: From Thursday through Friday morning, mainstream media outlets devoted breathless coverage to the trend of anti-abortion legislation in several states. The Washington Post took up the issue, as did National Public Radio (NPR), and of course MSNBC. Most of the new laws do not ban abortions but restrict the […]
On Friday morning, April 12, a package suspected of containing an explosive device was found addressed to the office of Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, known as “America’s toughest sheriff.” The package was intercepted by postal authorities in Flagstaff and was submitted to an X-ray scan that showed what looked like an explosive device […]
The idea of privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority met with more skepticism, but the White House’s deficit-trimming suggestion sent the government-owned electricity provider’s bonds tumbling.
Lawmakers in Congress, long locked in stalemate and saddled with a “do-nothing” label, are now working across party lines on major legislation including immigration, guns and other perennially stalled issues.
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey found that women in large numbers believe they face disadvantages in the workplace, including lower pay than men.
Illegal immigrants who arrived after Dec. 31, 2011, would be excluded in a plan to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws, said three people with knowledge of the negotiations.
Taking the plunge back into public life after a marital (and political) catastrophe.