In the wake of the Baltimore riots, new polls shows Americans continue to support police over claims rampant police brutality is a reality in the country.
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A closely-watched survey of Midwest manufacturing activity clocked in at its highest level since January, but barely crossed the point of expansion.
The Labor Department reported Thursday that weekly jobless claims declined 34,000 to a seasonally adjusted 262,000, the lowest level since April 2000.
The Commerce Department Thursday said U.S. consumer spending rose by 0.4 percent in March, driven by durable goods, but personal incomes remained flat.
Recent reports have examined whether Freddie Gray had a pre-existing condition, but none of them have answered the relevant questions or the case details.
Judge Napolitano: In America, we have a Constitution not only to prevent the perception but also to prevent the reality of the tyranny of one man’s opinion.
As a ’79 graduate of Kent State University, I was eager to watch PBS’ new documentary on the 1970 campus shootings, which killed 4 students and wounded 9.
The Baltimore riots show the dangers for cities of big government and dependency suffering from a concomitant erosion of social and cultural capital.
First quarter economic growth in the U.S ground to a halt , with gross domestic product (GDP) clocking in at jus t0.2% as American consumers held back spending.
I took a camera to Times Square this week and asked people, “What creates jobs?” Most had no answer, but others actually said the government creates jobs.