So novel is this use of the law that this is the first time it has ever been used against a church; it is typically used against politicians and CEOs.
Kathleen Kingsbury, in a Daily Beast exclusive, lets college admissions officers tell their personal stories about why some students make the cut and others donâ€™t.
Scarcely a year goes by in which we do not see another documentary on the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, the American volunteers who traveled to Spain to fight on the side of the government there as it sought to repel the rebel army of Francisco Franco.
Accuracy in Academia lost a great friend with the passing of Troy University journalism professor Chris Warden, the author of AIA’s forthcoming textbook Voodoo Anyone?
The Washington Post recently reported that higher education officials acknowledge that Americans are “less well educated” than past generations, but rather than ask for help in education they came to Congress asking that they fund their buildings on campus to be standardized as “green.”
We are posting the last column filed by Paul Weyrich, a veteran journalist and a great American.
Eleven-year-old Andrew White wrote a poem about Christmas but received a deduction at school for writing about Jesus.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue explains how the anti-Christmas agenda has changed.
With roughly 2,000 political appointments to make, Team Obama has had its hands full. This week, the President-elect concentrated on rounding out his Cabinet, naming his hometown school chief, Chicago’s Arne Duncan, to head the Department of Education.
The Polish contribution to America dates from the Revolutionary War era.