A man carrying a kitchen knife reportedly robbed a local television reporter who went to a South Bend apartment complex to do an interview Thursday.
The state school superintendent says school districtscould make up some snow days by having longer school days or having online instruction on a Saturday.
A federal judge in Missouri ruled this week held that drivers have a First Amendment right to flash their headlights to warn other motorists of nearby police and speed traps.
College and high school students are being offered college credits for attending a radical “white privilege” conference.
From the clubs to the torture chambers, the U.S. Department of Defense is learning that music licensing knows no bounds after it received a bill for $666,000 from a rock band for using its music to to torment Guantanamo Bay detainees.
My guess is that the band has no case. If the music was legally purchased, they are allowed to play it for their friends in a non-commercial capacity.
Republican Mayor John Tkazyik announced on Wednesday he planned to leave former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), saying it promoted gun confiscation.
U.S. Olympic medalists will have to pay taxes on their awards that could result in more than a third of their winnings going to the IRS.
The director of a group of financing companies warned Wednesday that lawmakers “would eliminate this industry from Indiana” should they approve a measure targeting companies that provide cash advances — sometimes at sky-high rates of return — to people awaiting payoffs in personal injury lawsuits.
Parents say they are considering taking PETA to court over an innocent-looking comic handed out to children at Calabash Elementary School in Woodland Hills that contained graphic images of mutilated cows.
“There may be reasons I don’t run, but there’s no obvious reason for me why I think I should not run,” he said on CNN’s “New Day.”
David Axelrod, President Obama’s top strategist when he defeated Hillary Clinton in 2008, wants Democratic donors to focus on the 2014 elections, rather than Clinton’s likely campaign.