A Drexel University professor says he wants to “vomit” when airline passengers give up first-class seats to U.S. troops.
April 7 is National Beer Day, commemorating the signing of the Cullen-Harrison Act, which legalized the sale of beer, on March 22, 1933.
A battle for “mankind” is taking place inside a Northern Arizona University classroom.
Pro-life activists released a new undercover video Wednesday showing a former Planned Parenthood official suggesting babies born alive after abortions are sometimes left to die.
Roger Daltrey, the frontman of English rock band The Who, says Democrats blew the U.S. election by nominating Hillary Clinton.
First lady Melania Trump called for women’s empowerment and unity in a rare public address Wednesday morning presenting the secretary of state’s International Women of Courage Awards.
The beautiful women that have become the hallmark of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s burger commercials in recent years are no more.
A North Carolina school system is standing by its decision to suspend a 5-year-old girl after she was caught on the playground pretending to use a stick as a gun.
Radio host Mark Levin is furious with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and lawmakers who are criticizing the House Freedom Caucus over last week’s failure to pass new health care legislation.
Conservative-leaning Fox News remains king of the hill when it comes to the cable news game, but liberal competitor MSNBC boasts significant growth in its daily audience, according to Variety magazine.