Taxpayer Dollars Must Not Fund the Government-Led Censorship Regime
The Biden administration has cajoled and colluded with social media platforms to "suppress disfavored speakers, viewpoints, and content."
Seeing gold in spinning turbines: Why Texas is winning U.S. renewable race
Texas produces over double the wind-powered electricity than the second-highest state, Iowa.
Congressman believes U.S. government has found alien UFOs
Since the Chinese spy balloon was shot down, three other unidentified flying objects have also been taken down.
The Federal Bureaucracy Needs a Reckoning
Three-letter federal agencies—and sadly, many of their employees—are no friends to the American people.
U.S. Citizens Told to Avoid Tijuana as Violence Erupts, Employees Shelter
Hundreds of Mexican troops were reportedly sent to Ciudad Juarez on Friday due to violence that may be linked to events in Tijuana.
China Warns That Nancy Pelosi Taiwan Visit Would Be 'Red Line' for Conflict
Reports of the House speaker's planned visit to Taiwan in August have not yet been confirmed by the U.S.
Trump Education Secretary DeVos Says Department She Led 'Should Not Exist'
DeVos has long advocated for charter schools as alternatives to federally regulated public schools.
Most Americans, Across Party Lines, Say Government 'Corrupt, Rigged': Poll
While most Americans distrust the government, one side was more likely to be wary than the other. Both liberals and conservatives don't trust one another.
Why Is U.S. Congress Having UFO Hearings?
The panel chair for the upcoming hearing, Representative André Carson, said the issue of unidentified aerial phenomena was a "national security threat."
Homeless Americans Are Costing Us Millions Each Year
As we move into the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to fund homeless health care.
Now Free, Ex-Marine Trevor Reed May Return to School, Work for Government
Former U.S. Marine veteran Trevor Reed, who reportedly asked for "college books" while imprisoned in Russia, may be planning a career in the federal government.
Major Cyberattack That Targeted Ukraine to U.S. Subject of $10M Reward
Six members of Russia's GRU military intelligence service cost U.S. companies over $1 billion in 2017 with the NotPetya malware attack.
Biden Administration Secures Release of Naval Reservist Held by Taliban
Safi Rauf has been in Taliban captivity since this past December.
Madeleine Albright: Memoriam and Reminiscence
Historians and policy analysts will remember Madeleine Albright best for her dedication to liberal democracy—inclusive public institutions, multiparty elections, human rights and the rule of law—to which she was willing to commit American power.
To Win Our Trust Back, Congress Should Enact A Stock Trading Ban
A new and surprisingly bipartisan push to curb congressional stock trading is gaining momentum on Capitol Hill. It is a change that has been a long time in coming.
U.S. Governors Resist New Vaccine Mandates, Rely on Personal Responsibility
Both Republicans and Democrats are hesitant to enforce statewide vaccine mandates despite rising cases.
Less Than a Third of Republicans Trust the Government, Waning 20 Points
Just 35 percent of Republicans said they have "some" trust in the U.S. electoral system, down 8 points.
U.S. Federal Holidays Calendar 2022: Full List of Dates
With the final U.S. federal holiday of the year just around the corner, here are the federal holiday dates you can look forward to in 2022.
U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster Sentenced to 11 Years in Myanmar Prison
U.S. journalist Danny Fenster could face life in prison for additional charges after being sentenced in a Myanmar court Friday.
U.S. Appoints New Coordinator to Investigate Mysterious 'Havana Syndrome'
The American government is trying to find out what is causing symptoms in line with brain trauma in hundreds of its diplomats and intelligence officers.
Nearly 70 Percent Of The Army Is Fully Vaccinated, Pentagon Says
"We're going to make sure that every individual who has reservations about taking the vaccine, for whatever reason, is properly counseled about the safety and the efficacy of the vaccines," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
U.S. Must Better Track Refugees Entering Because of Disasters, Report Says
The report, ordered by President Biden, outlines a range of recommendations for the government to consider to address the climate refugee issue.
Most Say Government Doing Too Much as Biden Aims to Expand Social Programs
Gallup found all parties are less likely now than a year ago to favor the federal government taking on a more active role.
A Guide to the Bill of Rights and Other Constitutional Amendments
From Prohibition to the right to bear arms, here's a closer look at the 27 amendments to America's governing document, the Constitution.
Most of Afghanistan's Money Located in Federal Reserve
"To have a pressure point, you have to be willing to negotiate in ways the Taliban can accept," said Anthony Cordesman, an advisor for the U.S. government on Afghanistan.
U.S. Should Have Used Intelligence to Leave Afghanistan Weeks Ago
"We have something fundamentally wrong with the way we do our intelligence assessments in our country," said Chris Miller, who deployed to Afghanistan in 2001.
Arizona Denies Schools Requiring Masks Additional Funding
"Safety recommendations are welcomed and encouraged—mandates that place more stress on students and families aren't," Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said.
2 Religious Health Care Providers Can Deny Abortions, Gender-Transition
U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor argued that the Affordable Care Act could be interpreted to force religious health care providers to choose between their beliefs or livelihood.
GOP to Control Redistricting Efforts in 20 U.S. States
"Even tiny changes to district lines could have huge implications that tip the balance of power in the House," said analyst David Wasserman.
Texas Democrats Employ New Tactic to Stall Voting Rights Bill
The filibuster began just hours after the Texas House of Representatives delivered civil arrest warrants for more than 50 absent Democrats.