Bill O’Reilly discusses the Hobby Lobby decision in his nightly Talking Points memo on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News.
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A nearly three-week intensive search for three kidnapped Israeli teens in the West Bank – including one with U.S. citizenship – ended Monday when their bodies were discovered just north of Hebron.
The Iraqi military failed in their attempt to retake the city of Tikrit on Sunday, as the ISIS declared the establishment of an Islamic state in territories controlled in Iraq and Syria.
In a 5 -4 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that Hobby Lobby and other closely held corporations do have a right to religious freedom and conscious.
In a 5 – 4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled unions cannot force employees to contribute to unions, adding more woes to an already-challenged movement waning in political power.
The Granite Mountain Hotshots, a specially trained and experienced firefighting unit, was virtually wiped out by the Yarnell fire and there are many among us who are now questioning the wisdom of the decision.
Global markets are set to clock in their fourth straight quarter of gains Monday, fueled only by cheap monetary policies from major central banks.
Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Saturday that the refugee crisis resulting from mass illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico into the U.S. is an “opportunity” rather than a “crisis.” But Americans couldn’t disagree more.
A new study released last week found that a 485-mile stretch of the Keystone XL pipeline has been a huge economic boon for some two dozen poor Oklahoma and Texas counties, leading many economists to conclude the construction will pay greater-than-expected economic dividends.
New polling has found that support for Common Core standards among Americans with school-age children has plummeted even further from PPD’s last measure.