Hugh Collins - AOL News
(July 9) -- Much mystery surrounds today's spy exchange at the Vienna airport. But amid all the secrecy, one name stood out: Vision Airlines.
The company's name was emblazoned in bold red lettering across the white U.S. plane, large enough to be read by any amateur spy fanatic poring over the news stories.
Vision Airlines' activities are a lot less clear. The U.S. government clearly trusts the company to carry out delicate tasks. But the airline appears to have a testy relationship with some employees and has faced accusations that some of the work it carries out has ranged on the dark...
Matt Vasilogambros - Politics Daily
Glenn Beck has been called many different things, but "academic" has never been high on the list.
That changed last week when the Fox News personality announced his online program called Beck University -- a nine-part series on faith, hope, and charity. For $9.95 a month or $74.95 a year, prospective students can become an "insider extreme" on his website and delve into a "unique academic experience bringing together experts in the fields of religion, American history, and economics," complete with a list of suggested readings after every course.
But before you go chomping at the bit to...