A new report has found that Transportation Security Administration security fails to detect bombs and explosive materials 95 percent of the time at airports where Homeland Security has conducted dry runs.
Rep. Louie Gohmert, one of Congress’ most garrulous lawmakers and a favorite target of the left’s gaffe-detecting brigade, didn’t sound crazy at all during a late-May hearing involving the BLM.
The Lois Lerner saga may soon be coming to an official, if unsatisfying, end. TIGTA indicated this week that a final report on the IRS-Tea Party political discrimination scandal could come by the end of June.
The U.S. economy contracted in the first quarter of 2015, revised GDP figures reveal. The May revision of first-quarter growth indicates an economy that, in a technical sense, is in recession.
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to present a new proposal that would extend subsidies to low-income Americans who want to get online.
The same labor unions that pushed for an increase in the minimum wage in Los Angeles are hoping they don’t actually have to pay the increased rate, now that their wish has come true.
Freedom Watch founder Larry Klayman, the conservative advocate who’s been a thorn in the side of the Clinton family for years, has filed a racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
A group of Republican senators is supporting a bill that would make over-the-counter birth control mandatory, while preserving access to birth control for those who obtain it through their insurers.
The leaders of the city of Washington, D.C., are demonstrating once again that they will do everything in their power to postpone that inevitable moment when they must comply with a court order they don’t like.
Another day, another new fracture in the façade of the massive edifice the Clinton family has constructed to conceal its corrupt intermingling of charitable giving and public policy.
Yet another law enforcement agency has been discovered to have spied on thousands of unsuspecting — and unsuspected — citizens via cell-site emulating devices.
A Maryland couple targeted by child protective services for encouraging their children to act independently has been cleared of a neglect charge, though an investigation into the effects of their parenting style has not been fully closed.
A student at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas, filed suit against the school following an encounter with administrators that prohibited her from displaying a pro-2nd Amendment sign in front of the student center.
Here’s something remarkable: The New Yorker pre-blasting President Obama in case the government loses its Obamacare case before the Supreme Court in King v. Burwell.
Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin recently sat down with a group of Hillary Clinton supporters in Iowa to gently question them on why they’re so enthusiastic about putting her in the White House in 2016.
Nearly 50 percent of Americans who are in the labor force, but remain unemployed, have abandoned all attempts at finding a job. That’s the conclusion of a new Harris poll of 1,500 unemployed Americans.
A new report from the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Agriculture questions whether a $4 billion program that’s lasted through three decades has accomplished anything — anything at all.
A kid in New Jersey was suspended from school earlier this month after it was discovered he had a foam “bullet” — the kind you shoot out of a Nerf gun — in his pocket.
A federal judge has barred the District of Columbia from going forward with a concealed carry permitting ordinance intended to replace an earlier ordinance that had been declared unconstitutional as well.
The Clinton camp appears to have lied about having only one private email address, an address she used for official government business while heading the State Department in contravention of federal policy.
One of the Obama administration’s many unintentional running gags is the fiasco surrounding the first lady’s efforts to promote child nutrition through a federal school lunch reform program. It hasn’t gone well.
The Supreme Court on Monday sided with taxpayers in a legal battle over some states’ practice of taxing — or allowing their municipalities to tax — residents who earn income (and pay taxes on it) in other states.
Dominique Sharpton, oldest daughter of the famous Al Sharpton, is suing the City of New York for slightly more than her dad reportedly owes in back taxes.