Tuesday is the 40th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court case, Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion. 40 years later, the ruling still stirs up controversy. On Monday, 200 or more people gathered in Colorado Springs for a march in protest of Roe v. Wade, abortion and Planned Parenthood.
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The controversial "drum major" quote on a Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial in D.C. will be removed. The quote is said to be inaccurate since it was cut from a longer quote of his. It's etched in stone, so they say they can only remove it, not replace it. Replacing... more »
A public school principal in New York City is creating a bit of controversy after allowing students to sing a teenage pop song while banning them from performing "God Bless the USA."
Daniel Mitchell, 5, was planning to sing the patriotic tune at his kindergarten "Moving Up" ceremony. Mitchell's... more »
ATLANTA (AP) - Gloria Cain is hardly the traditional presidential campaign wife.
She has been virtually absent from the campaign trail as her husband, Herman, runs for the Republican presidential nomination. And she's been silent this week as the businessman fights to overcome allegations that he sexually harassed women... more »
In the debate over plans to build an Islamic cultural center blocks from ground zero, political leaders often cite the feelings of the Sept. 11 victims' families.
But the thousands of relatives of the nearly 3,000 victims have no single representative and no unified voice. The conflict is dividing... more »
OSLO (AP) - President Barack Obama has won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. The Norwegian Nobel Committee says Obama is receiving the honor because of "his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."
According to the committee "Only very rarely has a person to the... more »
School districts in Southern Colorado are considering their options on whether or not to participate in President Barack Obama's controversial nationally televised address to students next week.
The White House and the education department are encouraging schools to show the president's speech in their classes as it airs live... more »