Russia vowed to defend its citizens in neighboring Ukraine after the government in Kiev said it’s resuming operations to oust militants from eastern cities, Bloomberg reports.

Supreme Court Upholds Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban
  • Wed, April 23, 2014

In a 6-2 ruling Tuesday the Supreme Court upheld Michigan's decision to ban affirmative action at public universities. California, Washington, Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Arizona, New Hampshire, and Oklahoma have all put a halt to affirmative action.

SCOTUS Hears Tv-over-Internet Case
  • Wed, April 23, 2014

Lawyers representing major U.S. broadcasters and Internet TV company Aereo were optimistic about their oral arguments in a case that could have broad effects on the future of broadcast television.

Republicans Have More Twitter Followers than Democrats
  • Wed, April 23, 2014

Republican House members have an average of 6,872 followers on Twitter while Democrat members average only 6,015. Townhall's Katie Pavlich discussed this social media win Tuesday on Fox News.

'Bogus Academic Studies' Heavily Funded to Scare People Away from Guns
  • Wed, April 23, 2014

"People like Michael Bloomberg, George Soros, and Barack Obama are just not engaged directly in the political debate," according to 'More Guns, Less Crime' author John Lott, "They're funding hundreds of millions of dollars to go and try to put out, what I regard as, bogus academic studies to scare people from not owning guns in the home."

NewsBusted: Obama will Decide on the Keystone Pipeline When the Cubs Win the World Series
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

Conservative comedian Jodi Miller discusses the White House Easter Egg Roll, Chelsea Clinton, 'Game of Thrones,' Jay Carney, the Keystone Pipeline, and more.

Holder Talks Clemency: Less Jail Time for Drug Offenders
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

The Department of Justice is preparing to expand clemency criteria for drug offenders.

Supreme Court Allows States to Ban Affirmative Action at Universities
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

On Tuesday the Supreme Court voted 6-2 to keep the right of states to ban affirmative action in university admissions. This will allow other states across the country to ban the practice.

Bob Dole Criticizes Ted Cruz; Says He's on the "Extreme Right Wing"
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

Bob Beckel and Rich Lowry discuss Bob Dole's comments on Ted Cruz and potential 2016 Republican candidates.

Kristol Debates United States' Role in Ukraine
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

On CNN William Kristol and Nick Kristof debate American policy towards Ukraine and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Reid Responds to His "Domestic Terrorists" Comment
  • Tue, April 22, 2014

Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) defends his comments calling rancher Cliven Bundy's supporters "domestic terrorists."

Flashback: Colbert Leaves Bible Critic Speechless
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

Stephen Colbert, an avid Catholic, interviewed "Jesus Interrupted" author Bart Ehrman in April 2009 and left him speechless. CBS recently hired Colbert to take over David Letterman's "Late Show."

AEI: Ban Bossy Fact Check
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

Does Ban Bossy leader Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg have her facts straight? The Factual Feminist at the American Enterprise Institute peels back the data to reveal the campaign's cherry-picked data.

Building A Memorial For An Endless War
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

Due to the Commemorative Works Act of 1997, Congress cannot authorize a war memorial until 10 years after the war has ended, according to Lucy Kempy, urban planner with the National Capital Planning Commission. This rule is causing problems for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America who would like to erect a memorial in Washington D.C. for serviceman who have lost their loves in the War on Terror.

WSJ: Senator Ted Cruz's Pointed Speaking Style
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

The Wall Street Journal created a highlight reel of some of the notable speeches presented by Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Donald Trump recently donated $5,000 to Cruz's political action committee calling the Senator "a very special guy."

Gov. Patrick on Boston Marathon Raceday
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

This year's race attracted one of the largest participant pools in the history of the Boston Marathon, according to Reuters. Only one year after the tragic bombing more than 36,000 runners participated. Both emotion and enthusiasm are high, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick (D) said.

Hillary Clinton blamed in USAID Memos Outlining Chaos in Afghanistan Aid
  • Mon, April 21, 2014

According to the Washington Times: "Top officials at the U.S. Agency for International Development repeatedly cited former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton for setting into motion a policy to waive restrictions on who could receive U.S. aid in Afghanistan, resulting in millions of dollars in U.S. funds going directly into the coffers of Afghan ministries known to be rife with corruption."