The campaign to stop law enforcement form seizing property it claims or suspects is part of a criminal enterprise is getting some additional traction in Georgia, where a state lawmaker has proposed legislation to
Those who favor expanding gun control do so for any number of reasons. But among the more compelling, to those who don't know any better, is that more restrictions will lead to greater public safety.
The media has had a terrible time of it recently, botching stories they thought were major scoops pinning the President to the wall only to discover they had made fundamental
The Christmas season is a favorite time for scammers to prey on the unsuspecting. A favorite tool is fake emails aimed at stealing your personal data, corrupting your computer files, or gaining access to your bank accounts.
Congress is weighing legislation to tighten the gaps in the existing background check system for firearms purchases. While that legislation may not be as effective as its proponents hope, background check failures are very real.
With the news that Lt. Gen.
The wave of sexual misconduct allegations has claimed Michigan Democratic Rep. John Conyers, one of the most senior politicians in Congress.
With the possibility still hanging in the air that the federal government could shut down on December 8, the Congressional Research Service has issued a revised study (updated November 30) explaining the how's and why's of such events.
The House and Senate have passed their versions of tax cuts, which means the bills must be reconciled in a conference committee. How do the bills differ?