A member of the Virginia House of Delegates who is also a gay rights advocate sees an Article V constitutional convention as a chance to change the Constitution.
The IRS hired hundreds of former employees who had been fired or resigned over issues like helping themselves to taxpayers' information, being absent without leave, or even failing to file their own tax returns, an audit found.
In what has been described as a new front in the battle over same-sex marriage, legislators in several states under judicial orders to confer marital status on same-sex couples have introduced bills to forbid state or local officials from issuing marriage licenses to couples of the same gender.
Unless the right questions are asked, little will be learned about whether Obama's choice to replace Eric Holder as attorney general, Loretta Lynch, will continue Eric Holder's legacy of blocking enforcement of the law, rather than aiding enforcement.
A sheriff, Sheriff Lorey, in New York state is urging his constituents to refuse to fill out permits to own a handgun, as demanded by the state, because it is an unconstitutional restriction on the Second Amendment.
A Virginia bill blocks the indefinite detention of citizens and shines a light on federal operatoins within the state.
Lawyers for the Obama administration said on Thursday that faith-based nonprofits should continue to comply with a segment ObamaCare’s birth control mandate, as the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling does not apply to those groups.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency officials have admitted in court filings that they engaged in widespread warrantless surveillance of the American people as far back as the 1990s, back during the Clinton administration and before the September 11 attacks.
Attorney General Eric Holder's new asset forfeiture policy subtly attacks the Second and Tenth Amendments.
The Supreme Court announced it will issue a ruling this year on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.