As job losses continue to mount in New York, more than 50 companies have announced this year that they are slashing jobs—a majority citing “economic” reasons for their decision.
A bill allowing the terminally ill to use experimental drugs not yet approved for use by the Federal Drug Administration has advanced to the full House in Arizona.
The Obama Administration has not approved a waiver that would allow New Jersey quick access to tons of salt for ice-covered roads at a port in Maine despite the state being at dangerously low levels.
Local officials report deaths and overdoses attributed to heroin have reached epidemic proportions, and observers say increasing border security could help cut down on the influx of the drug.
Critics of a professor on an American college campus claim that he is using assignments in class to indoctrinate students to oppose criticism of radical Islam.
Second Amendment supporters are vowing to intensify their efforts in the upcoming months to repeal New York’s SAFE Act and remove from office lawmakers facing re-election in November who voted for the law.
A Catholic Navy chaplain barred from practicing his religion during the recent government shutdown is now the target of retaliation by the federal government, according to an amended complaint filed by his attorneys.
Approximately 800 school children waving American flags greeted the Wreaths Across America convoy at their school on Wednesday in Middletown, N.J., for a wreath laying ceremony and tribute honoring World War II veterans who fought in the Battle of the Bulge.
The recent deaths of five homeless men due to hypothermia and reports of shelters being overwhelmed by those seeking a warm bed shows that the Obama administration has failed to combat an endemic problem, experts say.
An appeals court took the case on Tuesday of a Phoenix, Ariz. business owner who claimed his First Amendment rights were violated when city officials tore down his gun ads.