Complaint: Extensive Campaign Finance Violations by Clinton-Tied Data Firm

Democratic firm Catalist may have facilitated illegal coordination by Dems, outside groups

A Democratic data firm run by supporters of a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign may be illegally supporting and coordinating with the Democratic Party and the offices of senior members of Congress, according to a legal complaint filed on Friday.

Where the Wild Things Are

Review: Piero di Cosimo at that National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., through May 3, 2015

If, despite his manifest excellence, Piero di Cosimo never achieved the same prominence as his rough contemporaries Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, perhaps one reason is that everyone found him to be a bit odd. Evidence of his eccentricity is not only to be found in his paintings, but also in what we have had passed down to us regarding his habits.

The Bill, Hillary, Chelsea and His Royal Highness King Salman of Saudi Arabia Clinton Foundation

Column: It’s not just that Hillary’s corrupt. It’s that she’s also clueless.

The Wall Street Journal reported this past week that the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has quietly dropped its ban on foreign contributions and is accepting donations from the governments of “the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Australia, Germany, and a Canadian government agency promoting the Keystone XL pipeline.” The Journal’s conclusion: Since 2001 “the foundation has raised at least $48 million from overseas governments.”

Russia Boosts Arms, Training for Leftist Latin Militaries

Moscow defense minister inks deals with Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua for joint exercises

Russia agreed to provide military training for three leftist regimes in Latin America and increase military visits and exercises following a visit last week to the region by Moscow’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoygu, Pentagon officials said.

‘And the Oscar Goes to…’

Review: On the least-meaningful, most-fun night in movies

Anne HathawayLet’s be totally honest: The only legitimate reason to watch the Oscars is to see which couture gown America’s Sweetheart Anne Hathaway is wearing.

Feds: America Should Adopt ‘Plant-Based’ Diet

Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee calls for taxing dessert, ‘electronic tracking’ of time spent watching TV

The federal committee responsible for nutrition guidelines is calling for the adoption of “plant-based” diets, taxes on dessert, trained obesity “interventionists” at worksites, and electronic monitoring of how long Americans sit in front of the television.

Obama Administration Eases Sanctions on Sudan

Loosened export controls on communications technology could benefit genocidal Bashir regime, critics say

The Obama administration’s decision to loosen certain sanctions on Sudan’s government—which is accused of genocide and supporting terrorism—is drawing sharp criticism from some who say that the sale of communications hardware and software to the country will enable government surveillance of citizens.

European Criminals and Terrorists Have 67 Million Guns to Choose From Despite Strict Gun Control

'They're available even to very average criminals'

After a recent spat of terrorist attacks in the European Union, many are grappling with one question: Why didn't Europe's strict gun control keep guns out of the hands of dangerous extremists? The many restrictions and outright bans on firearms have not prevented terrorists and criminals alike from obtaining them.