Dr. Shakil Afridi, who was arrested by Pakistan’s spy agency for helping Americans identify Osama bin Laden’s compound, may get out of his 33-year prison sentence early.
Learning about gun safety is one of the most important ways to reduce bring down the number of unintentional firearm-related deaths and injuries among children—and that’s exactly what the Project ChildSafe “S.A.F.E. Summer” campaign is all about.
Tweets from the former Senate candidate early Tuesday seemed to suggest she was thinking about a possible run in 2014 against Sen. Chris Coons, who defeated her by a considerable margin in the 2010 race.
People gathered in more than 100 cities across the nation on Saturday for the “Justice for Trayvon” rallies, which called for civil rights charges against George Zimmerman. But as MRC’s Dan Joseph discovered, no one at the Washington, D.C. rally was demanding justice for the countless victims of gang violence who go unnoticed by the public on a daily basis.
A report by the New York Post finds that food stamps aren’t just helping Americans.
Judge Jeanine Pirro didn’t mince words Saturday when discussing Rolling Stone’s decision to feature Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
“Equal justice under the law is a basic, founding principle of our country,” Griffin said, “so whenever Washington helps businesses and ignores families and workers, Americans have a duty to speak up.”
Protestors are taking to the streets in more than 100 cities today to push for civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.
Coloradans will have the chance to head to the polls on September 10 to either re-elect or oust two Democratic state representatives who played an influential role in helping pass tough new gun-control laws back in March.