In January, Trail Life USA was launched as a biblically based scouting alternative to the Boy Scouts. After the Boys Scouts of America voted to allow openly gay members, a group of men, led by John Stemberger, came up with Trail Life USA. John is the president of the Florida Family Policy Council, which is […]
Photos by Annie Paoletti Photography Wipe the sweat off your brows, ladies and gentlemen, because the search for Chicago's hottest trainer is over. In an intense final round, with over two thousand votes cast for each inspiring lady, Gina...
Leading Off: • AR-Sen: Well, this is new. Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor invokes the recent Ebola scare, and accuses Republican Rep. Tom Cotton of voting against measures to prepare the country for an outbreak. This is definitely the first...Show More Summary
Photo by Lisa Richov We promise to keep the end-of-summer kvetching to a minimum, but, well, we all know which way the temps are headed. To fend off the inevitable September blues, we vote for one more round of...
MACAU (AP) — Activists in the Chinese casino capital of Macau kicked off an informal poll on Sunday to gauge support for democratic reforms, inspired by a similar vote in Hong Kong that had a big turnout but was denounced by Beijing as an illegal farce.
This past Monday morning, Transportation Choices hosted a community briefing on the upcoming Yes for Seattle Transit campaign, which will campaign for a Yes vote in this November’s election on the Seattle-only transit funding measure...Show More Summary
The Illinois State Board of Elections on Friday voted to knock off the statewide slates of the Green Party and the Constitution Party for insufficient candidacy nominating signatures.
It's a good time to be a Gamecock…but it could be so much better. Coming off a third consecutive 11-win season, South Carolina enters 2014 ranked No. 9 in both of the major preseason polls and even received a first-place vote from one of the coaches. It's not hard to feel unfulfilled, however, considering what these past few seasons have reaped. Show More Summary
This fashionable teen is on a stellar style roll on the red carpet - and for her latest appearance she managed to show off two chic looks on the very same night! Do you have a favorite? VOTE! Chloe Grace Moretz might be busy promoting...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama shows off his humorous side while playing politics.… READ ON
Florida State will begin the 2014 season right where it left off: perched atop the Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Seminoles received 57 of the 60 first-place votes in the media-released rankings on Sunday, further confirming the defending...Show More Summary
Surmounting yet another voting snafu, Hawaii awarded its Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate to appointed incumbent Brian Schatz late Friday, as he defeated Rep. Colleen Hanabusa in an election whose outcome was delayed nearly a week by the impact of Tropical Storm Iselle.
The UN Security Council is set to vote on Friday on a resolution aimed at weakening Islamists in Iraq and Syria by choking off funding and the flow of foreign fighters. The measure proposed by Britain would be the council's toughestShow More Summary
Who will be evicted on Big Brother 16 tonight? Who's going home? Eviction results for August 14, 2014 airs at 9:00 pm Thursday on CBS. One more houseguest is voted off the house. The post Big Brother 16 Results: Who will to be evicted tonight? (POLL) – 08/14/2014 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Judges have power because we trust them to do more than vote their political preferences. If they are unable to set aside their partisan preferences whenever the subject of Obamacare comes up, then we are better off leaving those decisions to people who are actually accountable to the electorate. Show More Summary
Want the scoop on hot races around the country? Get the digest emailed to you each weekday morning. Sign up here. Leading Off: • HI-Sen: Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, who trails Sen. Brian Schatz by 1,635 votes in the Democratic primary for...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Wednesday to try to get out of borrowing deals with banks that advocates say are siphoning off money from the city.
For this week’s Taste Off, steak was on the menu. It may not be the friend of vegetarians, but for meat lovers world wide, sometimes there is nothing better than a good steak. Your votes pointed us in two directions, both polar opposites in the steak race. The first was the Charcoal Grill, who [...]
A majority of Kansas GOP primary voters did not vote for Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) on Tuesday despite the heavy institutional support he received from Washington's GOP establishment. But Roberts held off Tea Party challenger Milton Wolf by seven points (48%-41%) with the help of two obscure candidates who combined to get 11% of the vote. Show More Summary
Want the scoop on hot races around the country? Get the digest emailed to you each weekday morning. Sign up here. Leading Off: • AR-Sen: In one of the first big television ad buys during the stretch run of the 2014 election season, the DSCC is going large with a $3.6 million expenditure on behalf of Democratic Sen. Show More Summary