The president nominated conservative appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. What do we know about this guy?
Want to escape today’s inaugural activities and whatever might immediately follow? Try living in a dome atop an active volcano for eight months.
President Obama granted clemency yesterday to over 200 people, including Chelsea Manning and former Gen. James Cartwright. And there are more to come.
The Congressional Budget Office says 18 million people could be without insurance coverage. But wait, they’re talking about last year’s legislation.
The president-elect’s attempts to bully American allies in Europe is being met with strong resistance and could have economic consequences.
We’re international today with stuff from Germany, China, Iceland, and the EU taking top spots in our 5 Things You Should Know. Then, there’s the fried chicken.
There’s more going on than we possibly have time to cover, from presidential ignorance to continued assaults against women. Here are 5 things you should know.
Both Congress and state legislatures are going nuts, we’re buying cars and trucks but not clothes and dry goods. 5 Things You Should Know is very informative.
There’s a lot of noise in the new media this morning, but does any of it really matter? We found 5 things you should know on this hump day.
The new Congress proves it has no ethics, Puerto Rico pushes for statehood, and not all dogs like to be dressed. It’s a mixed bag of 5 things you should know.
Stolen Picassos, a scheming murder, and a ban on the sale of ivory in China are among our 5 Things You Should Know at the end of this year.
We say goodbye to #CarrieFisher, worry about mall rats, and consider the possibility of racism at @Versace among 5 things you should know.
Our week gets off to a bad start with the deaths of George Michael and the Alexandrov Ensemble. Let’s hope the week gets better from here.
How about 5 brand new babies in place of 5 golden rings for Christmas? That’s just one of the 5 things you should know for today.
There’s a new feud in the fashion world, the Golden Globe nominations were announced, and, oh yeah, newsy stuff happened.
Good morning! It’s Monday and your holiday shopping days are decreasing quickly. We’ve summed up 5 stories you should know about. The rest is up to you.
This morning we take a look at Russian hacking, capital punishment, Coke’s new CEO, concert tickets, and a special secret Santa. Take a look.
The distance between the American electorate and legitimate news sources continues to widen and as it does our democracy suffers.
Saying we don’t trust “the media” is rather like saying we don’t like fast food while standing in line at McDonald’s. The problem isn’t media. It’s us.
Well-written news articles aren’t what people are reading anymore. Instead, we want our news in 140 characters or less.
Do you look at the day’s headlines and feel yourself becoming annoyed with every word? You’re not alone. We have suggestions for better ways to respond.
If we’re looking for a balance between a glass half full and half empty, we may find that this week comes up short. Good is in short supply.
Ack! We have too many leftover topics from this week that we never got around to talking about. So, Friday Follies it is! All the news that’s leftover.
The CDC’s recent report on suicide grabbed headlines last week, but beyond reading about the matter we have a responsibility to do something.
War photography shows us what politicians don’t want us to see: War is hell. A new ad contrasts the propaganda vs. reality. Take a look.
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