At a Senate subcommittee hearing, a young Yemeni man testified of the devastating psychological and physical effects of the U.S. drone war in his homeland.
Even as Americans suffer the effects of the budget sequester, the federal government is spending $152,000 on a study of voice therapy for transgender individuals.
Despite recent reports, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is consistent in his defense of due process and the justifiable use of drones in law enforcement.
In a joint statement issued as a press release on April 19, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) stated that “The least of our worries is a criminal trial” and that "Under the Law of War we can hold this suspect [Dzhokhar Tsarnaev] as a potential enemy combatant not entitled to Miranda warnings or the appointment of counsel.”
A judge in the trial of "House of Horrors" abortionist Kermit Gosnell has dropped three murder charges in the deaths of babies who were allegedly killed after being born at the clinic.
After assertions from the Syrian rebels' key supporters that they will increase and expand their support to overthrow President Assad, the United States announced it will double its non-lethal assistance to the rebel Syrian National Coalition.
Several family-run businesses owned by people of faith have successfully defended their right to freely exercise their religion against attack by the Obama administration.
As Secretary of State John Kerry other Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) members lead the Obama administration's push for new trade "partnerships," other CFR members applaud the destruction of sovereignty.
A close look at the delays and disruptions the FAA says are being forced on it by sequester cuts reveals an agency that is bloated and inefficient and only too willing to go along with the Obama administration's complaints about those cuts.
Legislation that would permit states to impose state and local taxes on Internet purchases is currently making its way through Congress. On Monday, the Senate's procedural vote to move the bill forward was 74 to 20 after it received a hearty endorsement from President Obama. The Senate will now begin debate on amendments before the final vote on the bill scheduled later this week.