ASU sexual-assault cases: Few convictions She went to sleep without locking the door — a practice common among students in the complex. At some point, the man returned to the apartment and entered her bedroom. Report: One in five women is a victim of sexual assault or attempted sexual assault ... 11/22/2014 - 4:59 pm | View Link
New Congress: Fewer moderates make deals harder While about half the incoming 12 Senate freshmen of both parties are moderates ... A dozen of the 100 senators and at least 81 of the 435 House members, almost one-fifth, will be in their first term, slightly above historic averages. 11/26/2012 - 12:50 am | View Link
UC-Berkeley and other ‘public Ivies’ in fiscal peril States spent one-fifth less per public university student in 2010 than in ... Today’s Berkeley seniors pay half again more in tuition and fees than when they were freshmen. But the number of students for every faculty member has risen from 15 to 17 ... 12/25/2011 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Three GOP state senators say they sleep in their Statehouse offices during legislative session MONTGOMERY - Three Republican state senators, including two from Madison County, said today they routinely sleep in their Statehouse offices ... When it was reported earlier this year that one-fifth of new freshmen in the U.S. Congress slept in their ... 05/24/2011 - 1:37 pm | View Link
Freshmen Members of Congress Who Sleep in Offices Can Rest Their Heads NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - 01/27/11) - In a firm sign of support to the one-fifth of freshmen House of Representatives who reportedly sleep in their offices, Sleepy's, the Mattress Professionals is offering 21 freshmen members of Congress the gift of ... 01/27/2011 - 5:50 am | View Link
Breitbart TV Perry: We Need a President that Doesn’t Separate Us by Race, Class or Creed Chris Matthews On Hillary: FDR Was ‘Very Secretive and Manipulative’ 05/25/2015 - 12:41 am | View Website
Tyler Kingkade Tyler Kingkade is a Senior Editor and Reporter at The Huffington Post, based in New York, covering higher education and millennials. Prior to this role he ... 05/24/2015 - 9:06 pm | View Website
CLINTON'S ROGUES GALLERY: DOWNSIDE LEGACY AT TWO DEGREES OF PRESIDENT CLINTON SECTION: BREACH OF TRUST SUBSECTION: MISC. SCANDALS Revised 1/8/01 . MISC. SCANDALS . Health Care Task Force in ... 05/24/2015 - 7:47 pm | View Website
UC BERKELEY FRATS When queried, the Berkeley police dept, Berkeley fire dept and UC state; We do not enforce rules, code and state law on fraternities because we feel enforcement ... 05/24/2015 - 2:25 pm | View Website
The Struggle to Be First: First-Gen Students May Be Torn ... The Struggle to Be First: First-Gen Students May Be Torn Between College and Home 05/24/2015 - 9:53 am | View Website
Can Philadelphia do a lot more than the Nutter administration did to collect taxes?
The Revenue Department says it collected more than $100 million in delinquent real estate taxes last year, the most ever; boosted tax foreclosure filings to more than 1,000 a month in late 2014, up ninefold from a year before; raised more than $30 million
The American empire is dying, and the economy is declining. Dysfunction and disrepair define the sick status and mechanized failure of educational, medical and governmental institutions. One in 10 Americans take antidepressants, unemployment and underemployment soar, poverty blights and obliterates inner cities and rural villages alike, 45 million adults are functionally illiterate, and anyone with all but the lowest lucidity can see clearly that the political system operates as bribery for the highest bidder.
The world never stops turning, of course, but when it is your turn to walk upon it the revolutions can be difficult to see. Even so, the speed of them now is hard to miss. I am thinking of the changing place of our great country among 190-odd others. It is not the same as it was even a matter of months ago.
A bomb squad safely destroyed a pressure cooker found in an unattended vehicle parked on the National Mall near the U. S. Capitol and the vehicle's owner was found and arrested, a U. S. Capitol Police spokeswoman said. …