High emotions and heavy security accompanied the event, as the flag which was flown above the state house before it was moved in 2000 to the grounds to fly next to a Confederate Soldier Monument, was taken down. As it came down, the crowd chanted U-S-A, U-S-A.
Donald Trump's "solution" to ISIL sounds a lot like the Bush Cheney solution, but on steroids. His idea is to bomb "the hell" out of the oil fields in Iraq.
In a statement that read more like a temper tantrum than a defense, Ted Cruz claimed that the New York Times was a liberally biased liar that was blackballing his book.
The New York Times has refused to put Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on their bestseller list after finding evidence that his book sales were not authentic.
The good news keeps coming for President Obama as his signature legislative achievement, Obamacare, has caused the number of uninsured Americans to fall to a new record low.
Bernie Sanders busted Jeb Bush for trying to blame President Obama for his brother former President George W. Bush's failed economy during an interview on MSNBC.
President Obama's White House is calling out Republicans for race baiting and connecting the dots between the racist behavior of House Republicans, the Confederate flag, and Donald Trump.
Republicans are panicking and trying to stop Donald Trump as new YouGov/The Economist Poll shows Trump leading the Republican field.
After Southern Republicans demanded that a vote be included on whether or not the Confederate flag should be displayed at federal cemeteries as part of the bill to fund the Department of Interior, Speaker Boehner was forced to pull his own bill, and Democrats pounced and proposed a resolution that would remove any state flag that contains the Confederate flag from the Capitol.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton issued a statement refusing to back down from the racism issue, saying we have a lot of "unfinished" business left in order to confront and act on the inequalities that still exist in our country.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders tore into Jeb Bush for claiming that workers need to be more productive and work longer hours.
A new poll from PPP reveals that Bernie Sanders is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton in North Carolina.
ESPN asked Keith Olbermann to stop doing commentaries, and now the opinionated host will be leaving the sports network when his contract expires at the end of July.
Donald Trump couldn't handle being called on his birtherism during an interview with NBC News.
Bernie Sanders has the highest percentage of people following him on Twitter (93%) while 57% of Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie's followers are fake accounts.
In a move designed to turn the clock in Wisconsin back to the 19th Century, Scott Walker and Republicans in the state legislature have included a provision in the budget that takes away a worker's right to the weekend off.
First she got dumped by Fox News, then Sarah Palin did the only thing that she has ever been good at. Palin quit her own television channel.
Former AG Eric Holder called the murder of nine people in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17 "clearly an act of terrorism" that should serve as a warning about the threat of domestic terrorism.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took Republican Party's Donald Trump led implosion to a whole new level by linking Trump's racism to the GOP during her interview on CNN.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) hit the Koch brothers where it counts by proposing new legislation that make solar energy more accessible for low-income families.