Lawmakers need to know what’s in this bill before they pass it.
Domestic terrorists tend to be immigrants or the children of immigrants.
A new movie set during the Civil War, “Copperhead,” asks provocative questions but doesn’t provide easy answers.
The minimum wage is a huge burden on entrepreneurs.
According to the report, the Senate bill would only reduce illegal immigration by 25%.
Farm subsidies damage the economy, hurt the environment, and are grossly unfair.
Rubio’s aide recently told journalist Ryan Lizza that some Americans “can’t cut it,” sparking controversy.
Paul’s Fourth Amendment Restoration Act would protect telephone metadata from Big Brother.
In his new tell-all, James O’Keefe explains his daring approach to journalism and politics.
The decision to arm the Syrian citizenry highlights the Obama administration’s warped view on the right to bear arms.
The VA’s claims backlog has increased by more than 2,000 percent since 2009, when Shinseki became VA secretary.
The tax was enacted in 1916 to help finance World War I.
The State Department had more than enough money to secure the Benghazi consulate; it just chose to spend the money on other things.
If we’re not careful, red tape will stifle the technology’s development.
Would a hero leave the country with four laptops full of national security secrets?
Government overreach is the cause of distrust and cynicism, not the result of it.
GOP leaders are too eager to pass the farm bill.
The variety of people who support government surveillance of the entire US population and the arguments they make to justify it are disturbing.
Complying with the law will be extremely difficult and expensive.
It matters because of its implications for the role of government in our lives.
The trillion-dollar bill will subsidize the farms of millionaires and billionaires.
We’ll all be getting this Bill for years to come.
Christopher Nolan and Zach Snyder deliver a smart, entertaining take on Superman.