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Last Tuesday, I stood silently inside the rotunda of the Capitol paying respects to President George H.W. Bush. Along with James Baker — his secretary... [Read More]
Senate Republicans say it's unclear to them whether Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will be able to rein in the large class of progressive freshman Democrats. [Read More]
"My remit is my elected office, my means is our elected parliament, my oath requires my service of the republic, and thus my duty is... [Read More]
President Trump has recently flip-flopped on funding levels for the armed forces. Sure enough, with increasing threats from China and Russia, national security must be... [Read More]
A lawyer for James "Whitey" Bulger says he will sue the federal government for wrongful death and negligence, following the beating to death of Boston... [Read More]
Ever since the 2016 election, the political divide on college campuses has only grown wider. [Read More]
Newly confirmed conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh dealt a blow to anti-abortion advocates Monday in declining to hear a case that could have resulted in government... [Read More]
Business groups and labor organizations both called on the Trump administration Monday to pressure Japan to open up its markets to U.S. vehicles as part... [Read More]
Tags: Business - Japan - Trump
Prosecutors investigating President Trump made big news Friday, but it wasn't about Russia. Rather, in their sentencing recommendation for fixer Michael Cohen, lawyers with the... [Read More]
The National Institutes of Health will be providing grants that encourage the use of new types of tissue that would replace fetal tissue in medical... [Read More]
A 2017 cybersecurity breach at credit bureau Equifax that affected close to 150 million Americans was "entirely preventable," according to a report on Monday from... [Read More]
When Jair Bolsonaro becomes president of Brazil on Jan. 1, 2019, he will prioritize increased regional pressure on Nicolas Maduro's Venezuelan regime. Working with his... [Read More]
House Republicans have gone back to the drawing board on end-of-year tax legislation. [Read More]
Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping's comfort with Venezuela's dystopia encapsulates their utter disinterest in basic human interests. But that speaks to something broader: the contrast... [Read More]
The legal saga surrounding President Trump's order to restrict transgender military service took another turn Monday as federal judges lobbed tough questions at opponents in... [Read More]
Poland's Solidarity labor union has joined forces with climate skeptics from America to call for "a restoration of the Scientific Method and the dismissal of... [Read More]
The Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that it would lobby Congress to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade when it comes up for a vote... [Read More]
Article I, Section 4: "The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year." [Read More]
Television has introduced the first transgender superhero in the fourth season of CW's "Supergirl." The character, Nia Nal, is played by Nicole Maines, who is... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas rightfully excoriated six of his colleagues for refusing to consider a high-profile case involving Planned Parenthood — and, in the... [Read More]
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