Instead of arguing whether voter fraud was real, the commissioners focused on how to prevent voter fraud, verifying voter rolls to ensure only eligible voters are registered, increasing funding for new voting machines, and ways to increase voter participation.
A Stanford University professor indicated he was ready to take legal action against researchers who published a recent study critical of his work on green energy.
Ed Meese, former attorney general in the Reagan administration, took aim at the media and the Southern Poverty Law Center Wednesday for smearing a conservative legal group as “a hate group.”
What’s the real reason for the frustration that plays out in the sports stands today? I believe a great deal of the anxiety has to do what takes place not on the field, rink or court, but before the young athlete puts his or her uniform on.
One tool at the commission’s disposal is a database that compiles 1,071 cases of proven instances of voter fraud across the United States, the bulk of them prosecuted since 2000. Of those cases, 938 ended in a criminal conviction.
Following a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday, GOP senators said they are going to resume negotiations on the Obamacare repeal bill.
Top public universities pay administrators with jobs related to diversity initiatives an average of $175,088 per year, substantially more than other professors and faculty members.
Lawyers for the Knight First Amendment Institute appeared in a federal court in Washington Tuesday to argue the federal government must disclose so-called “secret law” or the collection of legal decisions the federal government does not release to the public.