The government does not effectively measure its border security programs well and does not know whether costly programs work, according to a new audit.
Democrats and members of the media have seized on a Thursday report that Vice President Mike Pence used a personal email account while serving as Indiana’s governor, attempting to brand Pence as a hypocrite for attacking Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured private email server throughout the campaign.
A California man is in custody after unsuccessfully trying to light a gun owner and his home on fire Wednesday.
Francesco Petrarca, or Petrarch, is remembered mostly as a sonneteer—the original sonneteer. The vernacular Italian poems of his Canzoniere (Book of Songs), which drew from the example of Provencal troubadours, made him famous during his lifetime.
Afghanistan is ramping up investment in economic development as part of an effort to stabilize the country’s security environment while moving away from reliance on foreign aid, the chief adviser to Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani said Friday.
Only 22 percent of Obamacare enrollees polled rate their health plan satisfaction as good, very good, or excellent in 2017, according to a survey from Black Book Market Research.
Neven Sesardic has written an unfortunate history of modern philosophy. That’s not to say When Reason Goes on Holiday is a bad book, although the prose is nothing to write home about. It’s not even to say that Sesardic has his facts wrong, since he doesn’t, for the most part. No, the publication of When Reason Goes on Holiday is an unhappy occasion primarily because of the moment in which it appears.
Democrats have failed since Election Day in November to take any Republican-controlled seats in four special elections in blue states, despite hefty investment from the Democratic Party.