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The Aryan Nations, whose messages of hate and white superiority have fueled violent crimes and domestic terrorism for decades, is applauding the murderous acts of accused racist killer Dylann Storm Roof. Only hours after the 21-year-old was arrested for brutally shooting nine people at Charleston, South Carolina’s Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is scheduled to be in South Carolina to discuss national security. The former U. S. senator from Pennsylvania is slated to speak at The Citadel in Charleston on Tuesday. The event and more »
Last week's Supreme Court decision was a monumental moment in American history, as it guaranteed the right for gays and lesbians to get married and established full marriage equality. Many politicians offered their words of support, including President Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Yet it is important to remember that Obama and Clinton both opposed marriage equality as late as early 2012.
Almost lost by the wave of responses to the Supreme Court’s decisions last week upholding the Affordable Care Act and allowing gays and lesbians to marry was the significance of the Court’s third decision – on housing discrimination. In a 5-4 ruling, the Court found that the Fair Housing Act of 1968 requires plaintiffs to show only that the effect of a policy is discriminatory, not that defendants intended to discriminate.
Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul is courting donors from the marijuana business in a groundbreaking event in Denver. The Kentucky senator is holding a fundraiser Tuesday at the Cannabis Business Summit. Paul becomes the and more »
The Union LeaderLawmakers to continue work on state budget, legislative initiatives throughout Greenfield Daily ReporterCONCORD, New Hampshire — The regular legislative calendar may be coming to an end, but work is far from done for New Hampshire lawmakers and Gov. Maggie Hassan. A timeline for continuing work on the budget hasn't been finalized, but members of