Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings are likely to begin in the first week of September. That's good news.
Government employee unions suffered a blow in June when the Supreme Court ruled they could not force non-union members to pay dues.
The federal government is again facing the prospect of a shutdown, this time on September 30, unless Congress can find a way to pass its remaining appropriations bills, or come up with some sort of short-term solution.
A big idea Democratic congressional candidates are touting on the campaign trail is something they call "Medicare for all," or "M4A." In other words, it's a single-payer, government-run health program. The idea has taken hold in Democratic primaries, and Sen.
If the rhetoric coming from some Democrats is an accurate reflection of their mood, then the party's problems run far deeper than mere infighting between old liberals and younger progressives.
You've probably heard the charge many times: conservatives don't believe in science, and are, in fact, at war against it.