A bill to eliminate tuition at public universities is making its way through Congress and is expected to pass within days.
The New School University in New York announced yesterday the launch of the New University In Exile, a program to provide small grants and visas to scholars from Iraq.
Thousands take to the streets to celebrate the announced end to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
NEW YORK — The New York City Council is scheduled to vote later this week on a measure that may finally close the doors on the City’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, following complaints by parents and teachers, and a recent spate of student walkouts.
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Republican party strategist Frank Luntz said today that despite the election of Barack Obama, America is still “safe from liberalism.”
“Safe from liberalism?” chuckled a Democratic party strategist who wished to remain anonymous. “That’s absurd; we won the election!”
But Luntz insisted. “Sure, the Democrats now have more power. That’s a fact. But what can they really [...]
WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense announced yesterday the cancellation of its highly successful and popular “America’s Army” online game and recruitment tool. The program has already been converted into a new game, operated by the State Department, entitled “America’s Diplomat.” State Department spokesperson Donald Demsfold called this “a pretty good step towards nurturing a [...]
Former President George W. Bush gave his first post-indictment interview yesterday to Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes. The interview, conducted at Bush’s Crawford, Texas ranch is scheduled to air Sunday evening. 60 Minutes has provided the Times with excerpts of their discussion.
WASHINGTON (AFP) — Former U.S. President George W. Bush returned to the fairway this week, after previously giving up the game out of respect for the families of U.S. soldiers killed in the conflict in Iraq in 2003.
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, was indicted Monday on charges of high treason.