NFL's Abdullah brothers, Hamza and Husain, are known as forces on the football field. But over the last year, it has been their pursuit of faith off the field that has gripped many.
Why is the IRS Tea Party Scandal so important? Because some are calling for President Obama to be impeached as a result. And after a horrible week with the AP scandal and the Benghazi issue, is impeachment on the horizon?
Former Solicitor General Sri Srinivasan's nomination to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals has been approved today. This is a huge deal because as rumor has it, he's next in line for the US Supreme Court. Why does this matter? Because the DC Circuit hears many important cases, namely, Guantanamo prisoner cases. Also, if he makes it to SCOTUS, he'll be the first Asian American there!
Skid Row, an area of Downtown Los Angeles, formally known as Central City East, has one of the largest stable populations of transient persons (homeless) in the United States.
On Aug. 2, 2007, veteran journalist Chauncey Bailey was murdered in Oakland for a story he was working on about Your Black Muslim Bakery, a local business that fronted for an organized crime operation.
Dilshad D. Ali discusses why the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act by the Senate is an alarming development.
Peter King is sticking to his guns. For the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, the problem today in the United States, is not terrorism or its sympathizers; the problem is Muslims in general.
Arizona Rep. John Kavanagh has changed his mind about possibly removing a post 9/11 hate crime victim’s name from a memorial.