Daily News Article

State Department: Clinton sent only 4 emails about drones

- (AP) - The emails reveal Mrs. Clinton used an iPad to email while secretary of state in addition to her BlackBerry, despite her explanation she set up a private email account and server so that she could carry a single device.

Wednesday's Media Bias

Equal treatment?

- A dispute between former Florida governor Jeb Bush and the New York Times

Tuesday's World Events

News from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan

- Egypt to build a new administrative and business capital, Saudi Arabia bombs Yemen rebels, Uzbek president wins with 90 percent of the vote...

Friday's Editorial Cartoon

Secret Service Shenanigans

- Cartoon with questions requiring the student to demonstrate understanding of the cartoonist’s intended meaning.

Friday's News Quiz

News quiz for week ending 3/20/15

- A quiz with questions relating to the week’s Daily News Articles.

Thursday's Editorial

Welcome to Ginger and Pickles University

- Rising student-loan default rates are back in the news.

Daily Best of the Web

RFRA Flip-Flop

- The Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 was passed, with broad bipartisan support, by a Democratic Congress and signed enthusiastically by President Clinton.


Iran’s view on nuclear deal with U.S.

- "Americans need to gain Iran’s trust."

Oregon’s pink chicken mystery

- The mystery of Portland's pink chickens is solved.

Ravens linebacker O.J. Brigance

- Former Ravens linebacker O.J. Brigance

Dog born without eyes serves as inspiration

- "Smiley" will never fail to put a smile on people's faces.

No big deal?

- “We apologize for what we did. We regret it but we did not imagine it was something so serious.”

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