The perpetual debate over the death penalty is bound to be reheated after the mangled, two-hour long execution in Arizona and the federal court ruling
We can send a man to the moon but we can’t complete an execution in less than two hours? I’m sorry if that sounds heartless.
The White House and the NSA have something in common; they both track website user data. But it looks like the folks at the White
Holt pushes scientific thinking to soon-to-be former colleagues.
As child migrants from Central America filter into the immigration court system, some lawmakers have raised an alarm that as many as 90 percent could
New York Senator Charles Schumer has written an op-ed piece for The New York Times with a characteristically humble headline, “End Partisan Primaries, Save America.”
Americans have a special obsession with happiness. It is written into our founding document: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are
The award to the political donors with the deepest pockets goes to liberals. So far in 2014 the three largest donors to Super PACs are
The crowd of well-wishers swarms around Sen. Lamar Alexander as soon as he walks through the door. “I haven’t seen you in a hundred years!”
What are executive orders for and what can the president do with them? What’s considered out-of-bounds? Most importantly, why should we care?
Will he or won’t he – that seems to be the question surrounding President Barack Obama’s visit to Texas on Wednesday and Thursday. Will he
The Five Catholic Men who decided the Hobby Lobby case in the Supreme Court assured the country theirs was a “narrow” ruling, one that would
There’s money – legal money — to be made in marijuana. And while that pleases growers, it also concerns them. The marijuana business is poised to