Politico Story Confirms Michelle Obama Was Lying About Racist Incident At Target
Michelle Obama was lying about a racist incident at her September 29, 2011 trip to Target in a People Magazine story, Gotnews.com has learned.
Prof Pens Column: 'It's Okay To Hate Republicans'
A University of Michigan professor already known for her partisan views confirmed the suspicions of students when she penned a column for a non-profit magazine titled, "It's okay to hate Republicans."
Neighboring States Sue Colorado Over Pot Laws
Nebraska and Oklahoma challenged neighboring Colorado's recreational marijuana laws in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday amid complaints its pot was seeping across their borders, and Colorado vowed to defend its laws.
Immigrants Account for All Jobs Growth Since '07
All of the net gains in in jobs since 2007 have gone to immigrants — both legal and illegal — according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies, meaning that fewer native-born Americans are working today than were at the end of 2007.
Sixth Circuit: Mental Health Gun Ban Is Unconstitutional
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati deemed a law unconstitutional that kept a Michigan man who was committed to a mental institution from owning a gun
Prosecutor: Some Ferguson Witnesses Clearly Lied
The St. Louis County prosecutor who convened the grand jury that investigated the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown says some witnesses before the panel obviously lied under oath
FCC Determines 'Redskins' Team Name Not Offensive
The Federal Communications Commission dismissed a petition Thursday to deny renewal of WWXX-FM's broadcast license because it's the flagship radio station of the NFL's Washington Redskins
Military Analysts: Bergdahl Report to Show He Deserted
The U.S. Army's report on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will show he deserted, but not that he is a traitor, two military analysts familiar with the case told Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor."
Congress Spends $120M On Tanks Army Doesn't Want
The new defense spending bill includes $120 million for tanks that the Army has repeatedly said it doesn't want.
High School: Islamic Vocabulary Task Part Of Common Core
Parents in Farmville, North Carolina want to know why their children were given a Common Core vocabulary assignment in an English class that promoted the Prophet Muhammad and the Islamic faith.
Judge Allows Young Immigrants To Get Driver's Licenses
A judge cleared the way Thursday for thousands of young immigrants in Arizona who are protected from deportation under an Obama administration policy to get driver's licenses.
Holder: Crossdressing A Civil Right
The Justice Department is now interpreting federal law to explicitly prohibit workplace discrimination against transgender people, according to a memo released Thursday by Attorney General Eric Holder
Students Agree To Deport Americans In Exchange For Illegal Immigrants
Students at George Washington University signed a petition to deport one American citizen in exchange for one illegal immigrant. More than two-thirds of the students approached by Campus Reform agreed to sign the petition
Obama Rewards Former Media Matters CEO With Political Nomination
With a quiet, almost unnoticed nomination just before Thanksgiving, President Barack Obama rewarded Media Matters for its help in attacking reporters and critics of the administration.
Jimmy Carter: Obama Showed 'Political Courage' in Cuba Deal
Obama displayed "political courage" when he changed over 50 years of U.S. policy by announcing a renewal of diplomatic relations with Cuba, former President Jimmy Carter told MSNBC
AMAZON Unveils One-Hour Delivery Service
Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday introduced Prime Now, a service in Manhattan promising delivery in as soon as one hour.
Wall Street Journal
Education Department Releases 'Framework' For Higher-Ed Rating CSystem
The Education Department released a “framework” Friday for how it will rate more than 7,000 colleges and universities across the nation.
Security Flaw Allows ANYONE To Listen To Your Cell Calls
German researchers have discovered security flaws that could let hackers, spies and criminals listen to private phone calls and intercept text messages on a potentially massive scale
Big Lots Store In Ferguson Shuts Down
Brittany Noble-Jones, a reporter at KMOV in St. Louis, tweets that the Big Lots retail store in Ferguson, Missouri, is shutting down
No Dissent Allowed!
Catholic University Marquette Suspends Professor Over Anti-Gay Marriage View
Marquette University seems to be sending a message to students and faculty who support Catholic doctrine regarding marriage: if you oppose gay marriage keep your mouth shut.
UK Proposes Rules For Embryos Made From 3 People
New rules proposed in Britain would make it the first country to allow embryos to be made from the DNA of three people in order to prevent mothers from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their babies.
Vermont's Giving Up On Single-Payer Health Care Over Ballooning Costs
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is canceling his dream plan to create a single-payer health system in the state, he announced Wednesday.
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @ 47%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 47% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 51% at least somewhat disapprove.
North Sea Oil Industry 'Close To Collapse'
Robin Allan, chairman of the independent explorers' association Brindex, told the BBC that the industry was "close to collapse"
It's Not Your Fault!
Being Fat Now Disability, Rules EU Court
The EU court ruling means that British bosses will be required to treat obese workers as "disabled" providing them with larger seats, special parking spaces and other facilities
Oregon Woman Persuades Judge To Give Her More Jail Time
An Oregon woman who called in fake bomb threats to elementary schools asked for a higher prison sentence so she could take advantage of programs behind bars Tuesday
New York Daily
Scientists Locate 'Homing Signal' In Brain
The part of the brain that tells us the direction to travel when we navigate has been identified by UCL scientists, and the strength of its signal predicts how well people can navigate.
Ibuprofen Helps You Live 'Extra 12 Years'
Ibuprofen, which is used every day at home by people to treat inflammation, pain and fever, may be the key to developing a long sought after anti-ageing drug.
War On God
Atheists Unveil Anti-Christmas TV Specials
American Atheists unveiled Wednesday the “War on Christmas” line-up on its television channel, AtheistTV, featuring “original programs proclaiming the truth about Christmas
Bill O’Reilly: Black People Should Wear “Don’t Get Pregnant At 14 T-Shirts"
On Wednesday evening’s edition of “The O’Reilly Factor,” Bill O’Reilly spoke with Martin Luther King III, a human rights activist and Martin Luther King Jr.’s oldest son, who discussed victimhood in the black community
Study: Cops Are The Most Obese Workers In America
Findings published in American Journal of Preventive Medicine study: Along with firefighters and security guards, nearly 41% of police are obese
Navy Nixes ‘Global Force For Good’ Slogan
After five years, the U.S. Navy has decided to do away with the “global force for good” slogan and replace it with something that hits a little closer to home.
Rise of the Machines
Wristband Notices When You Fall Asleep, Records Your TV Show
Apps can track your heartbeat, encourage you to hit the gym, and remind you just how many calories were in that last donut. But what about a product designed for more relaxed individuals?
TX Plumber's Truck Winds Up On Battlefield In Syria
A local plumber is being flooded with phone calls — and some threats — after a picture of one of his old company vehicles being used by Islamist militants in Syria was posted on Twitter.
Texas Job Growth Outpaces Rest Of U.S. Combined
Since the recession began in December 2007, 1.2 million net jobs have been created in Texas. Only 700,000 net jobs have been created in the other 49 states combined
The Top 10 Skills That Got People Hired This Year
With more than 330 million people using the service to list their resumes, find jobs, or find new hires, LinkedIn has a lot of data about the job market.
Japan Restaurant Bans Couples On Christmas Eve
A restaurant in Tokyo has announced that it will refuse to serve couples on Christmas Eve because their happiness would serve to remind single patrons of their loneliness