A federal judge invalidated a New Mexico statute giving counties the power to cut down trees in areas prone to wildfires.
Politico says illegal immigrants may sway the 2016 elections based on manipulation of the Electoral College mechanism, causing Hillary Clinton to win.
As U.S. politicians call for more gun control laws after a massacre in Oregon, the country of Australia has suffered a terror attack by a teen, despite that country's strict gun control laws.
Residents of four states that have refused to implement REAL ID for driver's licenses may not be allowed to fly or to enter certain federal buildings come January.
A recent poll by Rasmussen revealed that 52 percent of Americans now oppose government-mandated health insurance, the highest it’s been since a December 2013 poll.
The FBI is collecting fingerprints, photographs, and other biographical data from the millions of criminal background checks it conducts for employers and government agencies.
Delivering a belated Constitution Day speech at Rhodes College in Memphis on the evening of September 22, United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was critical of High Court justices who believe the Constitution is a “living” document. In his talk, he included same-sex “marriage” among the moral and ethical questions that have nothing to do with the law.
A Gallup Governance poll conducted from September 9-13 found that 49 percent of Americans believe the federal government poses “an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens.”