- Lake Forest Graduate School of ManagementMarketing Management, 1995 - 1997
- Loyola University New OrleansBusiness Management, 1984 - 1989
Police commissioner in N.H. town resigns over Obama slur
(CNN) -- A small-town police commissioner in New Hampshire, who originally said he wouldn't apologize for calling President Barack Obama the
Russian buildup on Ukraine border stokes U.S. worries.
Russian troops massing near Ukraine are actively concealing their positions and establishing supply lines that could be used in a prolonged
Alison Lundergan Grimes Holds Edge In Kentucky Senate Poll
Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes has a "slim 4-point advantage" in the race against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, according to one
Republicans To Obama: Halt Deportations, And We Might Halt Immigration R...
WASHINGTON -- As activists continue their calls for President Barack Obama to suspend deportations, Republicans warned Tuesday that doing so
The 12 Most Awkward Breakups To Play Out On Facebook (NSFW)
In advance of Facebook celebrating its 10th anniversary on Tuesday, we thought we'd take a moment to recognize one of the best/worst things
GOP Congressman Says Providing Long-Term Jobless Aid Is 'Immoral'
WASHINGTON -- House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions (R-Texas) said Tuesday that it would be "immoral" to extend benefits to the longt
House Republicans Pick Climate Skeptic To Head Environment Subcommittee
WASHINGTON -- House Republicans selected Rep. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.), who is on the record questioning whether humans are causing climat
How Strip Clubs Are Helping To Fight Sex Trafficking
In an unlikely alliance, strip clubs are touting themselves as law enforcement's new partners in the fight against sex trafficking.Club Oper
'Game Of Thrones' Star Blasts 'Cannibalistic' Celebrity Culture
"Games of Thrones" star Jack Gleeson never expected the fame that would come once he landed the role on the hit HBO series. In actuality, he
This Is How Little Time Television News Devotes To Climate Change
WASHINGTON -- Climate change got more coverage on broadcast news in 2013 than in the previous few years, but the issue still didn't get near
Pope Francis Slams Mega-Salaries With 'Crumbs' For Poor
VATICAN CITY, Dec 12 (Reuters) - Pope Francis said in the first peace message of his pontificate that huge salaries and bonuses are symptoms