Zachary Wood, a student at Williams College and president of the student group Uncomfortable Learning, said Monday professors on college campuses are refusing to accept conservative viewpoints.
Six-year-old Lexi, who is 1.5% Choctaw Native American Indian, has been ripped from her foster parents – who were trying to adopt her – and placed with relatives in Utah because of a law called the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Flint, Michigan is still dealing with the contamination of its water supply and former EPA administrator Christie Todd Whitman says, 'This is a monumental failure of government at all levels.'
New data shows fewer millennials are now dining out at McDonalds.
During a conversation about a potential "app bubble," Stuart asked Jo Ling Kent about something he heard about having too many apps open on your smartphone.
If you missed the Westminster Dog show yesterday, you missed out on seeing which dog took home the grand prize as best in show.
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By now everyone knows who Jonah Hill is.
There is something missing from the uproar over Miley Cyrus and her raunchy performance at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night.
There was a recent article about a young woman who interned for Bad Boys Records, P. Diddy's label, who felt that during her internship her main tasks were to make coffee runs, wrap gifts and copy papers.
You’re getting ready to graduate and a big-name company just offered you an internship.
It was Friday night and I picked up the remote and began channel surfing-- and surfing, and surfing.
We have a new term to describe the economy on Varney and Co: The Dollar Tree Economy.
So you want to throw away thousands of dollars to travel to DC, barely stay more than a day in your hotel, and spend a ridiculous sum of money to attend an inaugural ball to potentially meet President Obama?
The debate about gun control has not only been a political one, but without a doubt an emotional one for many.
We talked a lot today on Varney & Co. about the end of the iPhone era and the loss of Apple's "cool factor."
Stuart said today on Varney & Co. that the lottery is a waste of time and a tax on the poor but I’m willing to waste my time and say that I could use the millions!
The company that brought Wonder Bread to our tables and Twinkies to our snack closets has shut its doors, leaving thousands without work, hundreds of bakeries closed, and money in the pockets of top Hostess executives.
Many employees of Target and I'm sure a host of other retailers and various businesses won't be happy on Thanksgiving.