Tens of thousands of workers in California have been impacted by permanent or temporary layoffs in the past six months alone, and despite the governor’s economic development efforts more than 1 million Californians remain unemployed.
More than 11,000 rallies and events focusing on school choice are planned this week across the country, and Democrats are being encouraged to embrace this growing demand or face backlash from constituents in upcoming elections.
The fight against gun control in New York continues two years after Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the SAFE Act into law, and one county sheriff is urging New Yorkers to throw their pistol permit renewals in the trash.
A cross that graced the top of a hill in the small city of Grand Haven, Michigan, for over 50 years will now be removed after the threat of a lawsuit by an outside activist who has filed other lawsuits to advance his cause.
Despite suffering a courthouse defeat last week, Florida’s teachers union remains undeterred in its fight against educational reforms that include the expansion of school choice for disabled students.
Some New Jersey medical students are learning about psychiatric disorders by watching reruns of Seinfeld and analyzing the antics of the four main characters of Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer to determine their afflictions.
College students in Florida and Texas saw actions taken this week that would allow for concealed carry of firearms on college campuses on the eve of the second anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
Hundreds of New Yorkers are bracing for their pink slips right before the holidays at the same time the signature jobs program of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is being audited by the state comptroller.
State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli announced last week he is auditing Cuomo’s Start-Up New York program and its use of taxpayer funds.
Twenty-five members of Congress on Thursday filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s Independent Payment Advisory Board filed by the Goldwater Institute.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights is investigating complaints filed by two New York school district superintendents claiming state aid to public schools discriminates against minority, disabled, and non-English speaking students. Dr. Ken Eastwood, superintendent of the Middletown City School District, and Larry Spring, superintendent of the Schenectady City School District, filed …