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.
Bill would keep states and cities from restraining police cooperation.
It's more complicated than you think and one method involves a constitutional amendment invoked when presidents get colonscopies.
Libertarian-leaners are lonely voices on Capitol Hill opposing the latest bipartisan spending spree
Checks and balances are there for a reason.
Should Congress be allowed to forbid a private voluntary treatment because it’s bad and discredited?
The bipartisan Campus Accountability and Safety Act could cost colleges millions for failure to follow complex and costly new sexual-misconduct policies.
Democrazy, his new memoir, explores the hidden side of Washington, D.C. where it's all about money, power, and...finger food.
A bill related to sex trafficking and Section 230 could have far-reaching consequences for web content, publishers, and apps.
GOP politicians admit that President Trump’s draconian cuts to the regulatory state aren’t going to happen.
Trey Radel explains why he's not "just another tea party asswipe who got busted for drugs and voted to drug test food stamp recipients."
Privacy concerns that are worth debating get sucked into White House fight.
“I think there are going to be some very confusing votes in here," Rep. Thomas Massie predicted in January. Here's how we got from there to here.
Meanwhile, guess which side is now assuming surveillance equals guilt?
What's retired IRS chief Lois Lerner's pension? No one, besides Lerner, knows. Adam Andrzejewski and Rep. Ron DeSantis want to find out.
It's time for daylight savings time to go.
Surveillance, data collection and biometrics all topic of debate.