Administration officials took to the Sunday shows to provide further details of the president’s plan to deal with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL), as the group released a third video showing the beheading of a westerner.
Democratic California state senator Roderick Wright was convicted Friday on eight felony counts including perjury and voter fraud and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
The vision embedded in the Founding documents of the United States was of a free and equal people. At the time of the nation’s founding, this was not so much a fantasy but—with the obvious and inhumane exception of slavery—empirical reality. Class distinctions were extant, but they were not necessarily pronounced. The same was true of inequality in wealth and status. Northeastern financial families like the Schuylers had an edge over the yeoman farmers of Shenandoah Valley, of course, but it was nothing compared to the rigid class divisions in continental Europe.
It didn’t take long for Jesse Jackson to come to Ferguson.
Russian experts disagreed in their reaction to the strategy for defeating the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) announced by President Barack Obama on Sept. 10 in a televised address.
Increasing the transparency of U.S. drone strikes or granting full control of them to the Defense Department could harm efforts to target terrorists, according to a new report.
Bill Bennett, the former U.S. secretary of education under Ronald Reagan, published an op-ed in Thursday’s Wall Street Journal making the “conservative case for Common Core,” highlighting–and igniting–the ongoing debate among conservatives over the standards.
President Obama had been given advice on how to handle the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant but did not act on it, according to a new report from Real Clear Defense.