Wednesday May 15
Analysis: As scandals mount, White House springs into damage control
With no sign of an end to three mushrooming scandals, the White House acknowledged the rising political dangers on Wednesday by launching a concerted effort at damage control.
Views of Hillary Clinton
The headlines recently have been crying out, " Will Benghazi derail Hillary Clinton's aim for 2016? " Republicans in Congress are intent on destroying Hillary Clinton 's reputation because of the way the Benghazi killing of the American ambassador and others was handled by the State Department when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
Debating Hillary Clinton's Legacy as Secretary of State
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Afghan women during a civil society roundtable discussion at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul October 20, 2011.
Adam Kokesh admits mental instability, calls for armed march on D.C.
Despite his self-proclaimed history of mental instability and post-traumatic stress, one-time congressional candidate and perennial activist Adam Kokesh is organizing a pro-gun rally in which marchers will walk with loaded rifles into Washington from Virginia.
SF Classical Voice
Ragazzi's Choral Continuum: Boys to Men
For many of us, college is the starting point on a journey leading far from home.
'Trust in God in the present': Message to Cornerstone University graduates
The day will be about those students and their successes and accomplishments. Amy Black is hoping to encourage them and give them some words of wisdom in her commencement address.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
David Allen: Anne Frank expert: Justin Bieber comment 'tasteless'
Francine Prose reads from Anne FrankA s A A'Diary of a Young GirlA before a Claremnt McKenna College audience April 17.
The News Journal
Inspiration at the Sonoma International Film Festival
One week ago, I had just gotten back to work with a renewed energy after an inspirational weekend in Sonoma, Calif.
New Media Journal
Obama Requests $580 Million for Mideast 'Contingencies'
Built in to President Obama's budget proposal for 2014 is a $580 million contingency fund to address the turmoil roiling the Middle East and North Africa, to be spent across the region over the course of the year at the discretion of the White House and the State Department.