Competing FISA Section 702 reauthorization bills will reach the House floor next week, Speaker Johnson says.
Nannies never fall out of love with failed authoritarianism and curbs on freedom of choice.
Here are the receipts.
Should a federal government that is nearly $34 trillion in debt and can't manage basic operations be micromanaging fast-food business purchases?
A magical, mysterious deeply personal movie about creation and legacy. And also, murder parrots.
As of today, adults 21 or older in the Buckeye State may possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and grow up to six plants at home.
While transgender issues dominated Wednesday's debate, polls suggest that the subject is far from the top of voters' minds.
"Republicans believe in less government, not more," he said.
Nikki Haley Opposed Boeing Subsidies at Tonight's GOP Debate. As Governor, She Gave Boeing Millions.
The former South Carolina governor can't decide whether she likes corporate subsidies or opposes them on principle.
FBI Seized $86 Million From People Not Suspected of Any Crime. A Federal Court Will Decide if That's Legal.
On Thursday, a federal appeals court will hear about the FBI's "blatant scheme to circumvent" the Fourth Amendment.
The former journalist defends misinformation in the Trump era and explains why so many journalists are against free speech.
The Alabama State Bureau of Investigation is now looking into the incident as well.
The webathon is technically over, but if there's one thing journalists understand, it's procrastination.
Americans want choice in education. Politicians need to catch up.
Justice O'Connor's Parting Dissents Highlighted the Twin Perils of Local Tyranny and Federal Overreach
The late Supreme Court justice eloquently defended property rights and state autonomy.
The senator has introduced an amendment to the AM For Every Vehicle Act, sponsored by Sens. Ed Markey and Ted Cruz.
While U.S. math scores declined on the Program for International Student Assessment test, reading scores remained stable, bucking a global trend.
For the third time in five years, the Center for Economic Accountability found an electric vehicle or battery plant to be the most egregious waste of taxpayer funds.
The growing anti-transparency atmosphere in the state might make the Florida Man extinct.