Former Trek President and COO Tom Albers’ comments come on the heels of a report that detailed several former Trek employees’ claims that the current Democratic candidate for Wisconsin governor, Mary Burke, was fired by her own family after a catastrophic stint overseeing European operations.
On Thursday, 54-year-old Dana Long turned himself into the Middletown Police Department Headquarters.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Udall (Colo.) is losing support with less than a week to go before the election, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University. Rep. Cory Gardner (R.) has remained steady at 46 percent, though Udall has dropped to just 39 percent of the vote. According to the poll: With strong support …
The Arizona Democratic Party is mailing out flyers touting the policies of a Libertarian candidate running as a third party candidate in a election for a close House seat currently held by Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry issued a statement Wednesday calling for the resignation of the senior Obama administration official who called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “chickenshit,” as revealed in an article by the Atlantic‘s Jeffrey Goldberg on Tuesday.
The VA said the day care center in the office “joined First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Program,” which means children should get boring things in their jack-o-lantern buckets, like raisins and pencils.
An internal memo from the Obama administration reportedly considered allowing non-American Ebola patients into the United States for treatment, according to Fox News.
As the Organization for Action nears the midterms, the group has begun changes to prepare for when President Obama leaves office.
Police were responding to a noise complaint when they found five people, including a 21-year-old claiming to be Denzel Washington, inside an apartment reeking of marijuana.
Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) blasted Sen. Kay Hagan (D., N.C.) for skipping a classified briefing on the Islamic State in order to attend a fundraiser, according to the Charlotte Observer.
The Islamic State (IS, ISIL, or ISIS) continues to gain new recruits in large numbers despite weeks of airstrikes and other military efforts by the United States, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.
Nazi war criminals are still receiving Social Security benefits from the U.S. government despite their past crimes against Jewish people, prompting outrage from numerous Jewish organizations.
Several people were implicated in the breakdown, but Boxill stands out, primarily because of her job as director of the university’s center on ethics–a word that Boxhill herself doesn’t seem to understand.
Research documenting the effects of non-citizens voting in American elections found that enough non-citizens voted in 2008 that they may have caused a significant impact on the outcomes of several key races.
BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) – Fighters linked to al Qaeda have seized territory from a moderate Syrian rebel group in a three-day campaign that has expanded their control into one of the few areas of northern Syria not held by hardline Islamists.
A new survey shows that 43 percent of Palestinians support military action against Israel, the Times of Israel reports.