A majority of Americans believe the Confederate flag, which has come under new fire following the racially charged tragedy in Charleston earlier this month, is a symbol of heritage and not one of hate.
Texas Republican Rep. Michael McCaul wants to create a new arm of the Department of Homeland Security dedicated to combatting domestic violent extremists.
Top Republicans haven’t shown much interest in the arduous task of amending the Constitution over the issue of gay marriage. And political observers suggest that the GOP should move on.
The scandal-plagued Internal Revenue Service has evidently been so busy that it didn’t realize that it has awarded millions of dollars’ worth of government contracts to tax delinquent companies in recent years.
Following major political victories via Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare and gay marriage, President Barack Obama is seeing rising approval ratings and experiencing a confidence boost.
A group of Senate Democrats are pushing for a congressional inquiry into whether the threat of white supremacist domestic terror is on the rise in the wake of the killing of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina.
Following terror attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia Friday, top U.S. Homeland Security officials are warning that Americans could face terrorist activity during this weekend’s Independence Day celebrations.
Beloved children’s book author Judy Blume warned recently that the left’s unyielding effort to create a world where no one is ever offended by anything is a threat to literature.
A Louisiana resident was shocked recently to learn that the retail giant Wal-Mart would not decorate a cake with a Confederate flag but had no problem producing one adorned with an ISIS battle flag.
In a recent interview, Vermont Sen. and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said the left’s anti-2nd Amendment crusade is largely the product of urban politicians failing to understand rural America.
GOP pollster Ed Goeas recently told a gathering of the moderate Republican Ripon Society that 72 percent of Americans count a U.S. economic downturn as their primary political concern.
Police recently cited Daniel Gehlke for standing near an intersection in the city with a container lid on which he’d written the words “Cops are ahead” and “Stop at sign and light.”
As the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare on Thursday, dissenting Justice Antonin Scalia suggested that the court had so far overstepped his bounds that the law should be renamed “SCOTUScare.”
A new report out from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation finds that some U.S. patients are paying more under Obamacare because the president’s healthcare overhaul is shrinking the size of provider networks available under many plans.
On the heels of the devastating shooting tragedy in Charleston, lawmakers are again diving headlong into the debate over increased U.S. gun control.
Wisconsin Democratic state Rep. David Bowen issued a lengthy statement this week naming two main culprits for the actions of Charleston shooter Dylann Roof: “conservative policy and Fox News.”
What we don’t hear about often is politicians and their campaigns paying for “supporters” to show up at speeches and rallies. They do — and probably more often than you think.
Third-party advocates filed a lawsuit in an effort to force the FEC to change rules for televised presidential debates that prevent independent candidates from sharing the stage with the Republican and Democratic nominees.
In a win for privacy Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that police must obtain a warrant before forcing hotels to hand over information about guests.
Rural media outlets are mounting a campaign to be heard over the blaring opinions of big city news in coverage of the 2016 presidential contest.
The Supreme Court on Monday sided with California raisin growers, reversing a ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that permitted government bureaucrats to fix raisin prices.
Sen. Ran Paul (R-Ky.) says he plans to make retooling the tax system, which he contends isn’t fixable in its current state, the key plank in his 2016 presidential platform.
A new social media company is seeking to capitalize on privacy concerns surrounding traditional platforms like Facebook by offering users encrypted messaging and other privacy protections along with familiar social networking features.