Thanks to a two-decade surge in immigration, a greater share of the U.S. population is foreign-born than at any time in the past century, according to a new report.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and his Sierra Club allies are celebrating the closure of three Texas coal-fired power plants, calling the laying off of hundreds of workers as a victory in the “war on coal.”
Many stupid ideas originate with academics on college campuses. If they remained there and didn’t infect the rest of society, they might be a source of entertainment, much in the way a circus is.
Trump emphasized the importance of family, work, religious liberty, “the rule of law” and law enforcement.
The New York Times issued new social media guidelines for its reporters Friday, warning them against posting things on social media that could be construed as “biased” or “partisan.”
Companies interested in building small-scale nuclear reactors are getting attention at the Department of Energy (DOE) after Secretary of Energy Rick Perry endorsed the idea in a speech in late September.
While there’s promise for electric vehicles touted last week by Gov. Phil Scott and representatives from the automobile and electric utilities industries, experts say numerous hurdles must be overcome if the cars are to challenge the combustion engine’s dominance.
Rather than scheming to eliminate Vermont’s tuitioning system, the Legislature ought to be working to expand it to all Vermont children. Perhaps folks within the state college system will see the benefit of pushing this policy direction in the future.
President Donald Trump promised to “stop cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values” in the first address by a sitting president before the Value Voters Summit Friday.