The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously last week that a Mississippi law that protects religious liberty and the rights of conscience in light of the redefinition of marriage may go into effect.
The nation’s leading source of information on U.S. charities faces mounting criticism for using a controversial “hate group” designation in listings for some well-known and broadly supported conservative nonprofits.
To put this in perspective, more money was spent on this single House race than on Jimmy Carter’s 1980 presidential election against Ronald Reagan.
Nearly 200 Democratic politicians — 198 in total — are now plaintiffs in two lawsuits against President Donald Trump.
Researchers claim that states with marijuana legalization are experiencing higher rates of car crashes, but more research is needed to understand the influence of pot on traffic accidents.
“When I led the energy division for government facilities in Washington, D.C., we became entirely ‘green-powered’ by purchasing one wind renewable energy credit to account for each megawatt-hour of electricity we bought from the grid.”
A wave of liberal rage has marked the last 11 months since the rise and subsequent election of President Donald Trump.
If this commitment to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement is serious, our elected officials who support it should explain exactly what they intend to do to meet those obligations.
In an election widely touted as a referendum on the presidency of Donald Trump, Republican Karen Handel soundly defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in a congressional race that exceeded $50 million.