The findings shared by Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed some rotten practices at the FBI and a major media blindspot.
The presidential candidate’s gun control platform, like his defense of "stop and frisk," sacrifices civil liberties on the altar of public safety.
American Heart Association Journal Finally Retracts Study Implying That E-Cigarettes Cause Heart Attacks Before People Use Them
The journal's editors recognized the problem before publication, but the authors failed to address it.
Sanders wins New Hampshire while Michael Bloomberg rockets into second place. Plus: Bill Barr's DOJ, Trump's budget, and more.
Two non-profit groups argued that developers had been improperly awarded a building permit for a 112-unit condo building on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Virginia's Thwarted 'Assault Firearm' Ban Illustrates the Folly of Trying to Distinguish Between Good and Evil Guns
Legislators who approved a bunch of other gun control bills could not agree on what features make a firearm intolerable.
She’s nearly three years into a five-year sentence for releasing classified documents showing Russian attempts to hack U.S. election systems.
Critics say the long-running satiric cartoon has created "a generation of boys" who are smug and disengaged.
Did the outrage that caused it to get shelved also return? (Spoiler: It has not)
"I hope our country will never see the time, when either riches or the want of them will be the leading considerations in the choice of public officers," Adams wrote in 1776.
Raíces Venezolanas, or Venezuelan Roots, gives household items and a heavy dose of moral support to immigrant families showing up in South Florida.
Barr's big complaint is that the president is so overt with the sleazy pressure.
Plus: Virginia's assault weapon ban gets shot down, Trump's tariffs face new legal scrutiny, and why you don't want Amy Klobuchar on your bar trivia team
Houston D.A. Doubles the Scope of Her Case Review Following a Deadly Drug Raid Based on a Phony Affidavit
After declaring another man arrested by Gerald Goines "actually innocent," the Harris County district attorney says prosecutors are re-examining cases going back to 2008.
Stephen Moore and Gene Epstein debate whether or not President Trump's Chinese trade policy deserves broad public support.
The decorated filmmaker didn't expect the dramatic reaction to his "toxic" documentary about Trump's former aide-de-camp.
The Census Bureau sketches out scenarios in which immigration remains about the same, increases by 50 percent, falls by 50 percent, or halts entirely.
Virginia Is About To Require a Government License for 'Art Therapy,' Because Glue and Scissors Are 'Potentially' Dangerous
The real motive for laws like this has nothing to do with scissors and glue. It's all about protectionism.
Even Without Trump's Tweets, the Attorney General's Intervention on Roger Stone's Behalf Would Have Looked Bad
If Barr is so concerned about the appearance of integrity, why did he insert himself into a high-profile case involving a presidential pal?
Nearly 66,000 cases are covered, dating back to 1961.
A previous version of the tax was repealed a month after it was passed in 2018.
Plus: South Park, Fortnite currency, D.C. food trucks, and more...
Under the law, prosecutors are supposed to pursue justice and not only seek convictions.
The global total fertility rate fell by more than half, from 5 births per woman in 1960 to 2.4 today. But don't panic!
Federal Judge Refuses To Grant Injunction Against California's Gig Economy Law, But Acknowledges 'Likelihood of Irreparable Harm'
Assembly Bill 5 forces many companies to reclassify contractors as employees.
The administration also plans to move $2.2 billion originally earmarked for purchasing vehicles, ships, and aircraft to cover wall construction costs.
Eight Republicans join the vote, but that's not enough to overrule a likely veto.
The Government Says These Men Have No Recourse Against FBI Agents Who Used the 'No Fly' List To Punish Them
The Supreme Court will decide whether three Muslims who refused to be informants can sue for damages under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
What’s at stake in Torres v. Madrid
Government wants to force social media platforms to accept a “duty of care” to protect users from whatever they deem harmful.
A real plan or just a "climate messaging exercise"?
Plus: navel-gazing student protesters, the new emblem of the culture war, and more...