Election 2016 — Republican Delegate Count
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus cautioned supporters of Donald Trump who vocally disapprove of the GOP’s delegate allocation and selection process.
Priebus: I’m saying it’s going to be one of the three people running.
Merle Haggard, the grizzled country music legend whose songs, such as “Okie from Muskogee” and “Fightin’ Side of Me,” made him a voice for the workingman and the outsider, has died. He was 79.
Last Thursday afternoon a number of anonymous chalk messages appeared on campus. But because these chalk messages read “#Stop Islam” and “Trump 2016,” these innocuous messages elicited 911 calls and apology from the president of the university. Apparently such statements constitute “hate speech.”
The University of Michigan is conducting a study on male engineering students to determine whether their unconscious biases—microaggressions—are driving women out of the field. The study is funded via the National Science Foundation, which means taxpayers coughed up more than $500,000 for it.
If a loyal veteran burns himself to the ground in a forest of government bureaucrats, will anybody hear him?
Hilde Kate Lysiak, a 9-year-old from Selinsgrove, PA, is the writer, editor, and publisher of the Orange Street News, a paper covering events in her hometown of just over 5,000.
And if you think paying over $336,000 for an app like this is ridiculous, well, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
On Monday, it was revealed that the TSA had paid $1.4 million for an app that points an arrow either to the left or to the right. Chris Pacia, a programmer, posted a video on YouTube showing how it’s possible to code an identical app in 10 minutes for about $10 worth of labor.
What’s inside Syed Farook’s iPhone remains a mystery, at least for those of us not in the FBI’s crime labs.
Requests involving more than 500 such devices streamed into the bureau’s Computer Analysis Response Team and the agency’s Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory programs during a four-month period beginning last October, two months before agents seized Farook’s device in the aftermath of the mass shooting that left 14 dead, according to the FBI.
GapKids has apologized profusely and vowed to change an advertisement for its Ellen DeGeneres-branded kids clothing line after a small but vocal group of critics stormed social media to condemn an image showing a tall white girl resting her arm atop a shorter black girl’s head.
Other people are speaking out in defense of the ad photo. It turns out the two girls in the photo are sisters — daughters of actress Brooke Smith — and that Gap previously published a non-controversial ad with the same pose — except with the races reversed.
A four-year-old student was kicked out of a Colorado preschool after her parents questioned the administration’s controversial curriculum that openly promotes homosexual behavior and transgenderism in the classroom.
If you’ve ever tried to navigate the red tape of airline complaints (say, tried to get reimbursement for lost luggage) then you know how excruciating and hopeless that process can be. But what if you could hire someone else to fight your good fight… for free? That’s the promise behind Service, a new app that deals with — you guessed it! — your customer service battles.
Former Rep. Todd Courser was forced to resign and former Rep. Cindy Gamrat was expelled unconstitutionally, according to a notice of intent the duo’s attorneys filed with the Court of Claims last month.
For $40 an hour (plus expenses), she will be a mom without the judgment, collar straightening, or nagging a real mom might engage in. But she will offer to do any number of mom-like things, such as cooking, sewing on a button, or just listening as a client works through an issue.