Chris Christie Caught in Bridge Scandal

On Wednesday January 8th, new documents surfaced suggesting that members of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s staff were behind the closure of a major bridge last year in a calculated attempt to exact political revenge. Emails and text messages were published by a New Jersey newspaper revealing Christie’s top aides discussing how to clog traffic […]

What to Watch on TV in 2014

Bust out your 2014 calendar–there’s plenty of TV to go around the new year! Here’s a list of what to watch on TV in 2014 including Downton Abbey, True Detective, Sherlock and much more. Downton Abbey (January 5, PBS): Six months after Matthew’s death, Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) casts a dark gloom over the family as […]

Minneapolis turns its back on special needs students

Last week, the one-year-old charter school Minnesota School of Science informed the families of 40 North Minneapolis students with special needs, such as Autism and Down’s Syndrome, that they would be breaking their promise of allowing these students to return to class in September. The school took over the district’s Cityview Elementary School in August […]

Matt Sandusky Steps Forward as a Victim

Today during the much awaited trial of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State football coach accused of sexually abusing young boys, Jerry’s 33-year-old adoptive son Matt Has come forward as another alleged victim. Matt, who had previously testified to a grand jury and denied allegations for abuse for almost a year, called his legal representatives […]