In the wake of the admissions scandal at the University of Texas-Austin, we think school administrators and Texas state legislators could use a refresher course on the roles and responsibilities of board members.
So North Carolina State University is responding to a series of fraternity scandals nationwide by banning alcohol in the frat houses. They have banned the alcohol to stop parties where
This week, the New York Times laughably claims Hillary's "toughest foe" in 2016 will be the news media, even as CBS anchor Scott Pelley scoffs at the media "hyperventilating" over the ex-Secretary of State's e-mail scandal. Plus, the...Show More Summary
For twenty years, many people in Israel and in the West have expressed the hope that Benjamin Netanyahu would prove to be the Richard Nixon of the State of Israel. Not the paranoid Nixon of the Watergate scandals or the embittered Nixon...Show More Summary
A Brazilian museum Thursday received 139 works of art, including a painting by Joan Miro, seized from individuals involved in the corruption scandal rocking state oil giant Petrobras. Works by Brazilian artists Djanira and Heitor dos Prazeres were among the trove that police delivered to the Oscar Niemeyer Museum in the city of Curitiba. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's email headache is far from over Since The New York Times revealed on March 2 that the Democratic presidential front-runner exclusively used a personal email address as secretary of state, she has been battered by negative headlines and scrutiny. Show More Summary
Findings from a focus group in New Hampshire show that Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush face challenges with voters in the nation’s first presidential primary state. Clinton because of the email scandal. Bush because many New Hampshire Republicans feel he’s not conservative enough. Show More Summary
40% of independents have an unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton in the wake of her e-mail scandal, where she had a private e-mail for State Department use as Secretary of State.
Another day, another fraternity embroiled in scandal for doing something really stupid. This week, Penn State frat Kappa Delta Rho was suspended for a year after an ex-member leaked that they had been posting naked pictures of girlsShow More Summary
A member of Penn State frat Kappa Delta Rho went off on a rant about the scandal enveloping his brothers, defending the page as "funny."
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Personally, I don’t think this could have happened to two nicer people. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Emailgate has been well covered in the media. However, could the current
In the midst of a scandal which has the Syracuse men's basketball program in a state of flux, it was announced Wednesday that longtime head coach Jim Boeheim will step down from his position in three years. The news was first released...Show More Summary
A new CNN/ORC poll Wednesday morning finds Hillary Clinton's 2016 chances largely unaffected by the recent scrutiny over her private email account at the State Department.
Today's right-wing faux scandal: Hillary Clinton did not sign a document she was not required to sign. Not only was she not required to sign it, Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice, and every other Secretary of State wasn't required to sign it either. Show More Summary
The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC combined to ignore the latest in the Hillary Clinton e-mail on Tuesday night after news broke on Tuesday afternoon that the State Department had no record of the former Secretary of State having signed a separation agreement to turn over all documents related to her work in the federal government. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s email controversy continues to haunt her as even her supporters admit the former senator did wrong by using a private server during her four years as Secretary of State. “I think she made a mistake,” Barney Frank told host Alyona Minkovski on a HuffPost Live segment that aired today. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server while secretary of state has inevitably become a fully inflated political football in these early days of the 2016 presidential race—with the right somehow linking the emails to the late...Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- The latest United States Secret Service scandal erupted last week following reports that two high-ranking agents disrupted the scene of an investigation outside the White House, hit multiple barricades, and may have driven...Show More Summary
It looks as if the Hillary Clinton e-mail “scandal” has about as much traction as New Coke: The fight over her use of a private email account while secretary of State may have dominated political news, but it does not appear to have significantly damaged Hillary Rodham Clinton’s standing with the public, two new polls [...]