Kentucky’s attorney general released a statement after Planned Parenthood sued the state of Texas over abortion.
The probe is being coordinated with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the FBI has also contacted Burr.
On this edition for Sunday, March 29, the latest on the coronavirus outbreak, how renters are impacted by the pandemic,
Yes, he can restrict travel — between states, not within states — of people reasonably expected to have COVID-19.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Apart from the alarming speed with which COVID-19 has overtaken the world, the most stunning thing
Reading Time: 5 minutes OPINION As a customer walked into Whole Foods, a grocery clerk reportedly heard this cell phone
The absence of American leadership in the current crisis is not an aberration, and it is not temporary.
If he were around today, he’d be mocking today’s pieties, not joining the chorus. A new documentary about him misses
On this edition for Saturday, March 28, more than 600,000 people around the world are now infected with the coronavirus,
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you’re stuck at home hiding from the coronavirus and feel as if you’re going mad,
A new book traces the history of American feminism and how it became entangled with the abortion-rights movement.
In empathy, gratitude, loyalty, the sweetness of life, and all the good that comes from the love of a fellow
A new Supreme Court ruling allows states to abolish the insanity defense, but justice demands treating, not punishing, mentally ill
Fueled by “dark money,” cash-flush liberal groups with ties to the Democratic Party are mobilizing to unleash millions of dollars
ROME (Mideast Discourse) — More than 15 military transport planes flew from Russia to Italy delivering disinfection units, 180 doctors,
President Trump accused General Motors of failing to produce enough ventilators to fight the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.
The regime’s censorship and distortions are a threat to global public health as well as a violation of human rights.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Internal Emails Show How Chaos at the CDC Slowed the Early Response to Coronavirus (Reader Steve)
Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-Miss.) (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) The Campaign Legal Center is asking ethics officials to investigate campaign spending
The Trump administration has been outspoken about China being the epicenter of coronavirus after the outbreak originated in Wuhan.
Beginning at midnight on March 28, the ban affects even foreign nationals with visas or residence permits.
Reading Time: 14 minutes While people across the world were celebrating the holidays with loved ones at the end of
Their ineptitude, bias, childishness, and outright stupidity have become a genuine danger to the health of the republic.
Pressed between an economic and a medical crisis, some of those on opposite sides of the abortion debate start to
Reading Time: 2 minutes CARES Act Falls Short of Helping Those Who Most Need Aid (Celia) From the Economic Policy
Faced with an escalating crisis brought on by the global outbreak of COVID-19, Saudi Arabia made a conscious decision to
U.S. unemployment claims surged by 3.28 million last week, the highest number ever recorded in a single week.
Texas abortion providers sued the state Wednesday to challenge an order that prohibited procedures considered not medically necessary, including abortion.
Reading Time: 5 minutes TASHKENT, Uzbekistan — To many Americans, Central Asia may seem distant and insignificant. But the region
The support for business, the relief for individuals, and the expansion of medical capacity justify a bill that, in a happier
The family of Robert Levinson, a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran over ten years ago, has announced
It doesn’t look like much. In fact, it looks like garbage: a cheap plastic hose inserted into a metal box.
Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday filed a statement of interest in a Connecticut lawsuit to block male athletes from
Reading Time: 2 minutes This Is Just the Beginning (Celia) The author writes, “People who now advocate that we ‘choose
(Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Comcast) Forced into their homes amid the coronavirus outbreak, those lucky enough to be working from
Sheriff Gerald Baker said Tuesday that he was suspending applications for pistols and concealed carry firearms until April 30.
Senate leaders and the Trump administration reached a deal on a $2 trillion stimulus package to blunt the economic impact
Reading Time: 6 minutes Just off the coast of Singapore, a group of scientists huddles together in the warm ocean