By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The Justice Department put its contempt for the First Amendment on full display with its snooping on journalists at The Associated Press. It's a display of contempt for freedom of the press equaled only by the administration's disdain for freedom of speech, another of the essential First Amendment protections.
Facing mounting criticism, Columbia University has called for an end to a scholarship program established at the school decades ago that selects recipients based on skin color — Caucasians only.
Historian and author Robert Caro has won yet another award.
It took almost five weeks, but national media outlets finally are beginning to cover the horrific abortion trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell — and at least one of liberal political bent has admitted that the blind eye was purposeful, in order to protect the future of abortion
China's growing diplomatic soft power was on display just a few city blocks from the White House, as George Washington University opened the District's first Confucius Institute promoting the rising Asian giant's language and culture Wednesday.
Kathy Boudin, an ex-Weather Underground radical who spent time in prison for a dramatic armed-car robbery that left two police officers and security guard dead, has a new gig: adjunct professor at Columbia University.
New results from looking at the split-second after the Big Bang indicate the universe is 80 million years older than previously thought and provide ancient evidence supporting core concepts about the cosmos _ how it began, what it's made of and where it's going.
A history of fishing in the Atlantic Ocean and a close study of wartime conduct have been named winners of the prestigious Bancroft Prize.
The head of the Obama White House National Economic Council, Gene Sperling, who is a lawyer, has been claiming that "all economists" agree that sequestration will cost 750,000 jobs. I am an economist with a doctorate from Columbia University, and I don't agree.
Columbia University students really do love their Nutella. They're stealing the spread – a mix of flavored chocolate with hazelnut – with such widespread abandon that the school's having to pay an extra $5,000 a week to keep shelves stocked enough to meet demand.