Post says Backpage hired a contractor that catfished on foreign competitors' sites.
Congress limiting president's power to loosen sanctions, but not to pursue military adventurism.
It's the latest effort to use the Congressional Review Act to assert the authority of elected lawmakers over appointed bureaucrats.
Washington Post is right: "Put Yucca Mountain to work. The nation needs it."
Rep. Justin Amash breaks from party and rejects both bills, citing constitutional violations.
FAA reauthorization bill would require airline ticket-counter and gate agents to be trained on reporting "potential human trafficking victims."
The argument carries a powerful emotional charge but it isn't a particularly constructive or clear-minded way to think or talk about writing laws.
Congressional Republicans promise to achieve greater frugality in Medicaid without inflicting more hardship. It's not gonna happen.
The Supreme Court to decide if gerrymandering is unconstitutional
From pill theft to cozying up to authoritarians, Trump's pick for U.S. ambassador on human rights has a long history of abusing the system.
Some legislators want more privacy protections from unwarranted snooping of U.S. citizens.
A batch of frightening new bills take aim at all sorts of civil liberties under the guise of stopping sexual exploitation.
The House approved the bill with a party line vote on Thursday, but it's prospects are dim in the Senate.
The Federal Reserve Transparency Act would not politicize the Fed, but will provide Congress with more information.
Katherine Mangu-Ward interviews Cornell Law's Josh Chafetz about his new book, Congress's Constitution
The 2018 federal budget suggests small but necessary reforms.
The bill was requested by the Department of Justice after federal prosecutors bungled a child exploitation case.
Arguably the most questionable of the 14 new Congressional Review Act regulatory repeals may have the unintended consequence of limiting states’ ability to drug-test those seeking unemployment benefits.
It would leave slightly fewer people without insurance coverage than under the original version of the bill, but would trim less from the federal deficit.