The fringes of the U.S. conservative movement build bridges with their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic.
Chuck Grassley and Bob Goodlatte argue the administration hasn’t been transparent with DACA.
The White House has been frantically trying to change the message since Thursday’s press conference.
“Defendants took up arms and, in militaristic displays of force and weaponry, engaged U.S. Citizens as if they were war combatants,” the suit claims.
The president said media might be “further ahead” than where the administration currently is on strikes in Syria.
Broader review of Oklahoma’s execution procedures ordered after Clayton Lockett’s botched execution also coming to a close, with a report expected in the next week, officials say.
Whatever you do, don’t call it an invasion.
East Coast vs. West Coast.
The National Day Laborer Organizing Network wants to ensure immigrant workers are included in President Obama’s executive action.
Give me liberty, or give me a fact check.
The end of an ugly 2012 scandal.
Here’s America’s highest rated cable news host explaining why he doesn’t believe in white privilege, a concept he says is “the big lie” being perpetuated by “racial hustlers.”
George Stephanopoulos dodged the press more than any other briefer-in-chief since 1993. But every briefer had their quirks.
Rep. Kenny Marchant says despite the “very slim chance” the House would vote to impeach Obama, “that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done.”
The three 7th Circuit Court of Appeals judges appeared ready to strike down Indiana’s law and Wisconsin’s constitutional amendment banning same-sex couples from marrying.
A future “constitutional conservative” member of Congress.
“The circumstances are different entirely [this time],” said Rep. Trent Franks.
Some have criticized the White House for staying away from James Foley’s memorial mass.
“The proliferation of machine guns, silencers, armored vehicles and aircraft, and camouflage in local law enforcement units does not bode well for police-community relations, the future of our cities, or our country.”
“She is the love of my life, and I will die with her.” Judges at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear their case, and others from Indiana and Wisconsin, on Tuesday morning.
Mary Bonauto and other lawyers at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders are now helping to represent the Utah couples fighting the state’s ban on same-sex couples’ marriages.
The Maryland governor is the only Democrat sending people out this year. A way to build favor in early-voting states ahead of 2016.
The moment is now when it comes to police demilitarization, say advocates — but it won’t stay that way for long.
“We have to have a long-term, effective program to put them out of existence.”
“The fact is the way it is happening in Washington, D.C., is not away any Republican I know would take pride in.”