Jun 4

Congress up in the air about losing nonstop flights

Posted 10 months, 20 days ago.


More than 100 members of Congress are upset that nonstop flights out of a Washington, D.C., airport to their hometowns could be a thing of the past, which they say isn’t fair to smaller communities.

Jun 3

Divided Supreme Court upholds DNA swabbing

Posted 10 months, 21 days ago.


The Supreme Court didn’t announce a decision on affirmative action on Monday, but it did rule on a major privacy issue involving DNA tests and arrests.

Jun 1

Yes, reality TV is talking about the Constitution

Posted 10 months, 23 days ago.


There seems to be a lot of talk about the Constitution on television these days, with some interesting options from outlets like PBS, the stars of Duck Dynasty, and yes, even Larry the Cable Guy.

May 30

Settling scores: The duels of our forefathers

Posted 10 months, 25 days ago.


Back in the early days of the United States, some of its most prominent leaders settled scores on the dueling grounds, and not in the courtroom. Here’s a look at duels involving historic figures like Andrew Jackson, DeWitt Clinton, Button Gwinnett, and even Abraham Lincoln.

May 29

10 fascinating facts about President John F. Kennedy

Posted 10 months, 26 days ago.


On the occasion of President John F. Kennedy’s birthday, here’s a look at one of the most documented figures of the 20th century.