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.
Polling data out from Gallup shows just 33 percent of Americans are confident in the U.S. presidency, 32 percent in the Supreme Court, and an abysmal 8 percent in Congress.
When it comes to Washington, D.C. influence peddling, corporate giants may not be any more successful at throwing their weight around than their grass-roots counterparts, according to a new study.
Anti-2nd Amendment crusader and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is debuting a new “journalism startup” this week designed to promote “moderate” U.S. gun policies.
Sen. Bernie Sanders could be on his way to becoming the Democratic establishment’s worst nightmare. That’s because he’s gaining ground on Hillary Clinton in the latest polls.
As both vie for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) have set aside their increasingly apparent differences to join a handful of other lawmakers in opposition of indefinite detention of U.S. citizens.
House lawmakers on Friday rallied to vote down legislation that would have granted financial aid to workers displaced by trade. The House defeat of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)-linked legislation could kill the White House’s hopes of fast-tracking the trade treaty.
New Democratic legislation would require Americans to provide police with fingerprints, photos and personal information to obtain a permit before making any handgun purchase.
UC President Janet Napolitano hosted a half-day seminar designed to help university employees “enhance department and campus climate toward inclusive excellence.”
The Department of Homeland Security is planning to use video surveillance to better understand how people with “malicious intent” behave before committing crimes.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is seeking a rule change that would require the White House to make the details of all trade deals public before they are eligible for passage via fast-track authority.
The Justice Department is harassing Reason with a grand jury subpoena because government officials allege commenters on its website threatened the life of a federal judge with hyperbolic political language.
A prominent black Chicago pastor lashed out recently against Democratic politicians who he says are failing the African-American community.
A recent legislative proposal from Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) would require Americans to obtain liability insurance before exercising their 2nd Amendment rights.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) really, really wants a war. And he wants voters to know that if he’s elected, he’ll get one. “I would take the fight to radical Islam to keep it coming from coming here,” Graham said.
New bipartisan legislation offered in both the House and Senate could limit the power of the nation’s central bank by limiting how it’s able to react during a financial crisis.
For much of the country’s population, the American dream is a far cry from the paycheck-to-paycheck nightmare of their American reality.
Sen. Rand Paul again stood up to government snoops Tuesday with proposals to block the encryption backdoors so desired by top Justice Department officials and the Obama administration.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) likely just made a decision that will intensify the GOP establishment’s desire to derail his political career.
Kathleen Willey, the former White House aide who accused President Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1993, offered some harsh words for the Clinton’s during a recent radio interview. Willey described Hillary Clinton as “money hungry” and the “worst role model for a wife and a mother and a politician.”
A new poll released Monday by Quinnipiac University shows that a solid majority of Americans believe that President Barack Obama is causing the U.S. and its allies to lose the fight against the growing Islamic State terror threat.
The Justice Department has awarded Michigan State University a half million dollar grant to study how “far right” groups spread extremism online.
President Hillary Clinton could be bad news for American taxpayers, according to a new analysis of her attempts to spend taxpayer money as a Democratic New York senator from 2001 to 2009.