Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Women may be considered the "fair sex," but when it comes to evil, there's always been equal opportunity. Check out this gallery of 28 of history's most notorious women.
It was a big night for Rick Santorum, who rolled back strong efforts by Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney to come away with election night victories in two key southern battleground states: Mississippi and Alabama.
With the U.S. Justice Department saying no to new voter ID laws in Texas and South Carolina, two states that are governed by special provisions of the U.S. Voting Rights Act, the two states have turned to the federal court system to try and get permission
In today’s link roundup: Richard T. Greener’s diploma, law license, and more have been unearthed. Plus: Alabamans still doubt Obama is Christian.
In response to tough anti-illegal immigration laws in several southern states, Americans are building an "underground railroad" of support networks for the undocumented, especially students.
Master leasing plans, or MLPs, are a new tool designed to help the Bureau of Land Management better coordinate energy leasing and development in areas that may need special treatment or protection.