September 2, 1965: Stewardesses Fight Discrimination in Congressional Hearing

By David Dismore Outrageous discrimination in regard to both age and sex was the subject of a hearing today before a Labor Subcommittee of the House of Representatives. Related posts: June 6, 1920: Republican National Convention Picket Plans Underway July 16, 1920: Suffragist Factions Work Separately For The Women’s Vote July 22, 1920: Suffragist Demand […]

Tax-evasion trial of New York Congressman Grimm set for December 1

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal judge on Tuesday set December 1 as the start of the tax-evasion trial of New York Congressman Michael Grimm, one month after elections in which the Republican seeks a third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Source: Tax-evasion trial of New York Congressman Grimm set for December 1

U.S. Economic Confidence Index Stable in August at -16

Gallup’s U.S. Economic Confidence Index remained level at -16 in August, similar to the scores seen throughout 2014. Democrats and upper-income Americans are among the most positive about the economy. Source: U.S. Economic Confidence Index Stable in August at -16

10 Big Questions For The Start Of The 2014 NFL Season

By Travis Waldron A new NFL season is upon us. The Green Bay Packers and defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will kick off the 2014-2015 season Thursday night in what is already being billed as a redemption game of sorts for both the Packers and the NFL itself, considering that the last meeting between […]

President Obama Delivers a Message to West Africans on the Ebola Outbreak

By David Hudson Watch on YouTube In a video released this morning, President Obama addresses the people of West Africa about the Ebola outbreak that is currently affecting the countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria. The President reiterates in the video that, along with our partners around the world, the United States is […]