Should we have a completely open border so that anyone can come in the United States of America? If that were to happen, which I strongly disagree with, there is no question in my mind that that would substantially lower wages in this country. When you have 36-percent of Hispanic kids in this country who can't find jobs and you bring a lot of unskilled workers in the country what do you think happens to that 36-percent of kids of today who are unemployed? 51% of African-American kids.
Whether or not Tim Tebow will end up making the Eagles this season is one of the more interesting question marks facing the team as training camp opens.
Some believe he has no shot. Others think he is close to a lock.
Count defensive end Brandon Graham as one of those who thinks "Tebow Time" is here to stay.
California was just one Mississippi away from dead last in a new national ranking of the economic well-being of children, an indicator of poverty and financial instability of families.
Despite a reinvigorated economy, millions of California families are still digging out from the 2008 recession, with wages for many failing to keep up with the cost of living, according to the 2015 Kids Count report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation released Tuesday.
The Minnesota dentist who authorities say killed a beloved Zimbabwe lion named Cecil donated to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign.
Federal Elections Commission (FEC) forms show Walter James Palmer, a dentist in Eden Prairie, Minn., donated $5,000 to the Romney campaign in 2012.
Tom Blackwell, National Post: Conventional wisdom has long suggested that bullies are "maladapted," troubled people, lashing out because they had been abused or harassed themselves or at least had dysfunctional home lives. But researchers at Simon Fraser University surveyed a group of Vancouver high school students and found bullies were the least likely to be depressed, had the highest self-esteem and the greatest social status. "Humans tend to try to establish a rank hierarchy," says Jennifer Wong, the criminology professor who led the study. "When you're in high school, it's a very limited arena in which you can establish your rank, and climbing the social ladder to be on top is one of the main ways ... Bullying is a tool you can use to get there." read more