President-elect Donald Trump has named a longtime close friend as his “special advisor” on deregulation: multi-billionaire activist Carl Icahn.
On Wednesday, the North Carolina legislature rejected a bid to repeal the state’s controversial transgender bathroom law during a one-day special legislative session. The bill failed by a vote of 32-16 after Democrats refused to approve a provision that would ban cities from passing certain pro-LGBT ordinances during what the Republicans called a “cooling off” period.
President Obama says he told Russian President Putin to "knock it off" after his alleged effort to interfere in the U.S. presidential election. With America's long record of interfering in other nation's elections, perhaps Obama should look in the mirror.
“Free us or you die, cracker!” This was among many incendiary comments made by armed Revolutionary Black Panther agitators marching through Milwaukee streets on Sunday. Calling themselves a “human-rights tribunal,” the men directed vulgar chants at police and complained of “genocide” against black people.
The New York Times, in its desire to attack the Electoral College, resorts to the typical association of the institution to slavery. But an examination of the historical record indicates that the newspaper is either lying, or is ignorant of history.
The United States admitted 23,428 aliens as “refugees” during the first 11 weeks of fiscal year 2017 — a rate that would result in more than 110,000 for the fiscal year.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker sent a letter to Donald Trump suggesting areas where the federal government might act differently with the states, including refugee resettlement.
One of Obama's final acts in his presidency — making off-limits huge areas of the Arctic to energy harvesting — may leave the Obama administration with a much different legacy than the one intended.
Fedgov started insuring student loans in 1965, and then making student loans directly in 1993. The painful consequences of those actions are just now becoming visible.
Two pro-Trump college students accused of racist and aggressive behavior by students who supported Hillary Clinton have been exonerated of any wrongdoing by Babson College officials after an investigation found no evidence of misconduct.