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Ash Carter Used Private Email for Months After Clinton’s Email Scandal...

Defense Secretary Ash Carter reportedly used his own personal email to conduct government business, even after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of...

Did U.S. Marshals Really Arrest a Houston Man for Unpaid Student...

On February 15, Paul Aker appeared on Fox 26 Houston detailing his arrest at the hands of seven U.S. Marshals armed with automatic firearms....

Trade Ministers Sign TPP Trade Agreement in New Zealand Amid Massive...

Auckland, New Zealand - Trade ministers from the twelve nations involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) met in New Zealand on Thursday to sign the final agreement. The...
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Survey: Millennials Support Colleges, Dislike Media, Religion

A new survey indicates that a large number of Millennials have a growing support for financial institutions, corporations, labor unions, and universities but do...

Lawmakers Attempt to Add ‘Monsanto Rider’ to Government Budget Bill

Critics of a food labeling bill recently passed by the House fear that it could be added as a last-minute provision to the looming federal...

Senate Passes Bill Repealing Obamacare Provisions, Defunding Planned Parenthood

The United States Senate passed a budget bill on Thursday that aims to repeal several key provisions of the Affordable Care Act and seeks...

Report: U.S. Bio-Threat Program May Not Be Capable of Detecting Threats

The U.S. federal government's BioWatch system was launched shortly after the attacks of September 11, 2001 in an attempt to detect potential biological terrorist attacks. The...

Federal Judge Lifts 11-Year Surveillance Gag Order on Internet Service Provider

In 2004, Nicholas Merrill, founder of internet service provider (ISP) Calyx Institute, was served a controversial national security letter (NSL) from the Federal Bureau...

Media Will Not Have Access To Jade Helm 15 Military Exercise

One week before the controversial Jade Helm 15 military exercise is scheduled to begin, U.S. military officials announced that journalists will not be allowed...

Texas Governor to Send Troops to Monitor ‘Jade Helm’ Military Exercise

In response to online conspiracy theories and outrage over a planned military exercise known as "Operation Jade Helm 15", Texas Governor Greg Abbott has stated that...

President Obama considering arming Ukrainian forces

World leaders have been struggling with how to confront the issue of the war in Ukraine, and President Obama on Monday said he was...

Lone shooter killed in Texas after firing on government buildings

A single gunman has been killed early Friday morning in Austin, Texas after he shot over 100 rounds at various government buildings and damaging...

JP Morgan Chase Whistleblower Reveals Bank and Fed Cover-Up of Fraud

Securities Lawyer, and former employee of JP Morgan Chase, Alayne Fleischmann, recently spoke out about her experience with the bank, in an interview with...

Can the U.S. government still protect its citizens? New poll shows...

WASHINGTON D.C., October 6, 2014 - Many Americans no longer feel certain their government can protect their personal or economic security according to the...

Whistleblowers under new threat from government

In the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks in June of 2013, whistleblowers have been making headlines for what they have reported and what...

City Governments Open Data and Join Code for America

Editor of Millennial Magazine, Britt Hysen, explains open data initiatives and the partnership between city municipalities and Code for America, a non-profit that bridges...

Kristin Tate Asks People: What Did Our Govt. Do BEST In...

As 2013 came to a close, I found myself wondering, "What do Americans think our government did best this year?" While I was in snowy New...

The USA Defaults

Throughout these last few weeks, everyone involved in the negotiations on funding the government and the debt ceiling should have been repeating something over...

Government Sponsored Racism

*views of guest contributors are their own* Should a white person be given preference to college admissions because he is white? Of course not. That’s...