The CEO of Levi Strauss announced that his company will spend over $1 million in supporting increased gun regulations.
Could this role-revesal be a harbinger of other moves by people, groups, and agencies tired of banks telling them what to do?
Technology tested by NYPD allows officers to sort through surveillance images according to skin color.
The Los Angeles County Transit Authority invited the TSA to deploy full-body scanners to screen passengers on public transportation.
Gun Owners of Vermont and several weapons retailers have filed a civil suit against the state, seeking to nullify new gun regulations.
Martha McSally, who is running to fill Jeff Flake's Senate seat, will likely disappoint constitutionalists and become another Arizona RINO.
U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has ruled that President Trump “exceeded his authority” in issuing executive orders that targeted federal worker unions’ collective bargaining rights and grievance procedures.
A new Florida law recently put into effect requires that all public schools display a sign declaring “In God We Trust.”
Though described by some as monarchical, President Trump is constitutionally empowered to pardon Paul Manafort.