Mass amnesty, trillions in Medicare spending, and publicly funded abortion are just some of the ideas in a set of policy proposals that a left-leaning policy group gave to Democratic bigwigs this past week.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) on Friday morning announced his intention to introduce legislation to decriminalize marijuana federally.
Nearly 100 individuals face charges for their roles in a multi-state heroin and fentanyl trafficking ring, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday morning.
Justice Neil Gorsuch and his four liberal colleagues struck down the deportation of a legal immigrant Tuesday morning, siding with the defendant because the statute under which his crime was found violent was too vague to pass muster.
A new index, released earlier this week, tracks social capital in America, showing the distribution of the nation’s togetherness in a time when many worry it is coming apart.
The Department of Justice is partnering with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to help fight sexual harassment in public housing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday, as part of a week in which sexual crime has been a major focus of DOJ activity.
Getting able-bodied adults off of welfare and back into the workforce is the focus of reforms to federal transfer programs in a bill released by the House Agriculture Committee Thursday.
President Donald Trump put welfare reform front-and-center Tuesday evening, signing an executive order to begin a review of federal welfare programs to ensure that they promote helping dependents out of poverty.
A Boston-based leader of the transnational drug gang MS-13 was sentenced to 19 years in federal prison on Monday.
Charges against the founders of Backpage, a personals ad website recently seized by federal authorities, were unveiled by the Phoenix U.S. Attorney’s office Monday, the latest development in a federal crackdown on digital prostitution.