Muslims need to develop an appreciation of satire and understand that they are not "free of being mocked or being offended," says the Danish caricaturist whose cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad incited rage throughout the Muslim world four years
Finding a job coming out of college can be a little daunting.
So the Bossier City Community College decided to help out.
The college held a job fair today, to give graduating seniors the opportunity to get in front of employers.
Many are seeing red over the decision to turn New York City's highest beacon —and one of America's symbols for free enterprise — into a shining monument honoring communist China's revolution Wednesday night.
Mahmoud Zahar, the senior Hamas leader in Gaza, said Wednesday that the release of a tape showing that Gilad Shalit was alive was the first stage of a broader deal now being negotiated with Israel on the release of 1,000 Palestinian prisoners.
ACORN itself is now on trial for the first time as a criminal defendant in an American courtroom as Nevada prosecutors allege the group illegally paid workers to sign up voters as part of an alleged quota system.
The State of Louisiana Streamline Government Commission continues its "listening tour" in Shreveport.
The goal of the tour is to get input from citizens on ways to reduce the cost of the state government.
The meetings are held in an open format