Heckler's veto wins in New York City: New Metropolitan Transit Authority guidelines will block ads they think will "imminently incite or provoke violence." Do Old Navy ads count?
- An audit of the country's main banks shows that Spain would need 59.3 billion euros (that's $76.3 billion) in order to ride out its current economic downturn.
- Dozens of inmates have escaped from an Iraqi jail in Kikrit. Ten policemen were killed and al-Qaeda is suspected of involvement.
- The United States Postal Service will default for the second time this weekend, unable to meet its obligations to fund in advance the health benefits for retirees.
- The United Nations has a whole list of potential global taxes various interests would like to pursue. Read about it now or wait for it to show up in e-mail forwards.
- The ACLU lost its bid to get documents describing CIA interrogation methods following the 9/11 attacks released. A judge accepted the government's arguments that the records are sensitive to national security.
- A poll by Fox News has President Barack Obama ahead by five points over Mitt Romney.
Plus: QAnon comes to CPAC, Virginia votes to legalize marijuana, and more...
Donald Trump on School Reopening Failures: Joe Biden and Teachers Unions Have Betrayed America's Youth
The former president's wild CPAC speech was full of misleading claims, but he made a valid point about schools.
Rep. Peter Meijer has a plan to provide bigger stimulus checks to needy Americans while cutting extraneous elements from the Biden relief bill.
'Everything Has Been Criminalized,' Says Neil Gorsuch as He Pushes for Stronger Fourth Amendment Protections
The justice weighs in during oral arguments in Lange v. California.
Sandy Martinez says that fine, along with another $63,500 for driveway cracks and a downed fence, violates Florida's constitution.