America's priorities directly following the tragedy in Orlando were far from where they should've been.
Independent voters are waning, but there are still enough to cause an extreme identity crisis for both major parties.
The city of Fulton is a shell of what it once was.
An apology today for the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 would hold no significance.
On social media, we're no better than the politicians.
The electoral college vote is the next step in the race to the White House.
Calling out the press should not be on the president's agenda.
Recent wrongdoings by state officials have highlighted the need for ethics reform.
The 2016 presidential election has come down to two of the most well-known candidates in history.
Dwelling and relying on past prosperity will be New York state's downfall.
Drive-thrus are now going beyond fast food eateries.
The internet is simply making terrorists' jobs easier.
New York voters deserve better treatment.
Why do young people love Bernie Sanders?
What's really at stake for the remaining presidential candidates.