Faculty members expressed alarm at new sexual harassment policies at the University of Montana approved by the Departments of Justice and Education.
Several signs declaring “In God We Trust” have been installed in public buildings in Anderson County, Tenn., after a contentious, eight-month process, and plans to extend the initiative to neighboring counties are underway.
Homeowners protested the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and increasing flood insurance rates at rallies across the country on Saturday.
The border patrol union is condemning the decision announced yesterday by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that video cameras will be tested to monitor agents to curb the use of excessive force.
Rallies are being planned in several states on Saturday to protest the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), its new flood maps, and the Biggert-Waters Act that will result in higher flood insurance rates.
Administrators and campus security told students at California’s Modesto Junior College that they could not hand out copies of the Constitution to fellow students on Constitution Day.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz’s decision to ask customers to no longer bring guns into his stores is causing a firestorm on social media, with many expressing their outrage and indicating they will no longer buy coffee at the popular chain.
Many hospitals are slashing jobs and cutting patient services citing Medicare cuts, the difficult health care landscape, and the Affordable Care Act as the reasons behind their decision.
Following months of controversy surrounding sexual harassment policies on campus, the University of Montana has adopted less restrictive guidelines than those proposed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of Education (DOE).
Students across the nation heading back to school have found newly hired armed officers stationed in their schools to protect them.