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Super Bowl 2015: 5 Ways Politics are Part of the Big Game
The Super Bowl might be a day of football, commercial-watching, chowing down on chicken wings and guzzling beer, but politics can always sneak in. The NFL has come face-to-face with a number of hot-button issues in the past year, most recently the " Deflate-gate " scandal that likely won't go away
DeVos to Face Questions Over Schools, Conservative Activism
Charter school advocate Betsy DeVos is expected to push for an expansion of school choice programs if confirmed as education secretary, prompting pushback by teachers unions
The Most Controversial Super Bowl Ads of the Past 5 Years
Whether you're watching the Super Bowl for the football, commercials, or Katy Perry , controversy is just around the corner. The ads, in particular, always spark conversation. Just this week the Internet domain company GoDaddy, known for its controversial commercials, pulled this year's spot over
Thousands March Through Washington Snow For Annual Rally Against Abortion
WASHINGTON , D.C. — Numbing cold didn’t stop thousands of anti-abortion activists from descending on the nation’s capital today for their annual “March for Life.” The demonstration falls each year on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1973 decision to legalize abortion in Roe v....
Same-Sex Adoptions Next Frontier for LGBT Advocates
Only 6 States Explicitly Ban Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation in Foster Care
Log Cabin Republicans, Gay-Marriage Opponents Criticize Obama
While gay-rights advocates are celebrating President Obama’s conversion on gay marriage, not everyone is happy. Unsurprisingly, longtime opponents of gay marriage are speaking out against the president’s comments, which he made today in an interview with ABC News. In the latest ABC News polling,
Rick Santorum Reflects on Campaign, Hardship It Placed on Family Members
LANCASTER, Pa. – As he wrapped up the day that he ended his presidential campaign, Rick Santorum reflected on the impact his decision to run for president had on his family, saying the experience was always more trying on his family members than himself. “Karen...
Bachmann and Perry Have CPAC Crowd Cheering
For a couple of hours at the Conservative Political Action Conference this afternoon, the presidential primary seemed to lurch into a time warp. There was Michele Bachmann bringing conservatives to their feet as she blamed President Obama for hurting the country and abandoning Israel. “Israel
Why Tuesday Night Could Be A Good One For Rick Santorum
Newt Gingrich has positioned himself as Mitt Romney’s biggest threat to the nomination, but come Tuesday when Republicans in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri come out to vote, it’s Rick Santorum, not Gingrich that represents the biggest threat to Romney’s winning streak. Moreover, a strong ...