A congressional lawsuit over presidential overreach in unilaterally setting and changing policy won a thumbs-up from the House Rules Committee. Don't get your hopes up—Barry will be collecting hefty speaking fees long before this makes its way through the courts.
- Youths in Central America seeking access to the U.S. may gain refugee status in an Obama administration plan to save a few lives that might be lost on the long trek north.
- The latest effort to make an execution as incompetent and gruesome as possible, this time in Arizona, gives new energy to opponents of the death penalty.
- Officials in Norway say their country faces an imminent threat from Islamic terrorists. Is ISIS pining for the fjords?
- You may safely goof off, again: U.S. companies have cut way back on layoffs as the job market firms up.
- Ukraine's beleaguered prime minister resigned after his parliamentary coalition collapsed. Arseniy Yatsenyuk and his cabinet will remain in place until elections can be held in October. Or until Putin is running the place, whichever comes first.
Adult performers are outraged at the proposed licensing requirements, and have vowed to fight the bill.
Are Democrats about to nominate a socialist for president?
Sex offender registries are cruel and unjust.
Instead of $12.5 billion in new agriculture purchases exports to China this year, the USDA expects less than $4 billion.