Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attempted Tuesday to explain away her use of private email during her time as the nation’s top diplomat. But the damage from the scandal may be irreversible.
Recent news reports have revealed that ineffective government workers are costing U.S. taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars each year. But don’t expect Uncle Sam to fix the problem anytime soon.
The Wikimedia Foundation, which operates the Wikipedia website, and a host of human rights groups have joined forces to sue the NSA and DOJ for violating Americans’ constitutionally protected free speech and privacy rights.
New documents from the trove obtained by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden reveal that the CIA spent nearly a decade trying to come up with ways to hack iPhones and iPads.
In response to the ongoing Hillary Clinton email scandal, Sen. Lyndsey Graham (R-S.C.) claimed over the weekend that he’s never sent a single email.
Conservative and transparency groups are on the offense against former secretary of state and presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton following reports that the used personal email for official business.
According to NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, the nation will be in for compounding attacks on the 2nd Amendment if the Obama administration is successful in banning “green tip” ammo.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) has introduced legislation to strip the FCC’s ability to regulate Internet broadband as a public utility. If passed, the legislation would do away with the agency’s divisive new net neutrality rules.
In apparent response to the ATF attempt to regulate popular types of rifle ammunition off the civilian market, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) has reintroduced legislation to disband the agency.
A new report from the Office of Management and Budget raises questions about how secure the government is keeping online information.
A Republican state senator in Arizona proposed legislation this week that would end a ban on sawed-off shotguns, silencers and nunchakus in the state.
Poll after poll has shown that Americans are incredibly war-weary after more than a decade of conflict in the Middle East. But new data illustrates that when it comes to ISIS, Americans want boots on the ground.
The head of one of the nation’s largest immigration-related employee unions warned Americans this week that President Barack Obama’s lax immigration policies are opening the nation up to a terror attack on par with 9/11.
The president’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing calls for a series of changes in the way community police departments operate and offers a plan to tie federal funding to cooperation with the changes.
Recent reports indicate that the number of private citizens doing police work is on the rise throughout the nation. And private police advocates point to stories of success in places where law enforcement has been privatized.
The youngest members of the GOP continue marching to a more libertarian drum as new polling data shows a majority supports marijuana legalization and same sex marriage.
A new proposal on Capitol Hill aims to halt the Obama administration’s plan to make it harder for American gun owners to obtain ammunition for popular AR-15 style rifles and other firearms chambered for 5.56mm/.223 caliber ammunition.
In an interview, the nation’s outgoing attorney general reflected on the racially charged investigations that have become routine in his final years as the Department of Justice’s top official.
If an ATF plan to reclassify certain types ammunition as armor-piercing moves forward, critics say it could amount to the de facto completion of the Obama administration’s plan to enact an extrajudicial ban on AR style rifles.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen once again lashed out against Sen. Rand Paul’s Audit the Fed bill during a lengthy testimony before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday.
A growing Muslim population in the U.S. is raising concerns that the nation could be at increased risk for instances of Islamic extremism in coming years. According to numbers from Pew, current immigration trends will double the nation’s Muslim population to 6.2 million by 2030.
As immigration continues to take center stage in a funding battle on Capitol Hill, more details are emerging about the Obama White House’s efforts to help illegal aliens avoid deportation. President Obama said Tuesday that he plans to do everything in his power to block GOP attempts to reverse his immigration policies.
A Department of Homeland Security report obtained by CNN last week indicates that DHS officials believe “right-wing sovereign citizen extremists” are as big a threat to the nation’s safety as Islamic extremists who sympathize with ISIS.