Some unintended consequences of Washington State's new gun control laws are just beginning to surface.
Using outdated tactics to gain clout, the taxi union's shutdown of San Francisco International Airport on Monday night merely hastens the day of its demise.
Contrary to public perception, Israel has some of the most restrictive gun laws on the planet. That isn't likely to change, even after the synagogue attack on Saturday.
On Monday afternoon, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency for the entire state to prepare for the anticipated reaction to the expected jury decision to not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson after Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown.
The impact Oral Roberts had on the latter half of the 20th century was staggering. From a dirt-poor childhood to a ministry that touched hundreds of millions worldwide, Roberts, who passed away on December 15 at age 91, set in motion waves that continue to be felt today.
Some senators are working to overturn the Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975, which essentially bans the export of crude oil.
The House's ninth attempt to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline will fail once more as both the pipeline and the president himself become more and more irrelevant.
A lawsuit is being launched against rules made by Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado, that forbid students from praying during the school day.
As of November 12th, the United States will start granting visas to Chinese visitors that are valid for up to 10 years instead of just one.
The recent closure of overseas military bases might signal the beginning of the decline of the U.S. overseas "empire."