An atheist group has dropped its attempt to strip American pastors of their tax exemption for housing.
The American Medical Association will continue to oppose prescribing lethal medication to patients. More than 70 percent of its delegates voted to preserve the AMA code that says “assisted suicide would ultimately cause more harm than good.”
A controversial anti-Volkswagen group and the United Auto Workers have spent tens of thousands of dollars on advertising in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The man behind a pro-union attack campaign on Volkswagen is a “hardball player,” according to the attorney who settled a libel suit against him for a previous smear campaign.
The University of California at San Francisco cancelled an expanded partnership with Catholic hospitals just weeks before losing government funding for its aborted baby body part research.
One of the nation’s largest liberal media companies is in a showdown with organized labor.
A key voice in the unionization battle at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga, Tenn., plant was once forced to settle a slander suit for his role in a vile mudslinging campaign in Michigan.
Workers across the country are filing federal complaints alleging that an influential union is trying to coerce dues money while ignoring federal law.
Pro-life Democrats see a clear path to victory for the party in 2020 and beyond if they follow the example of Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards, rather than the lawmakers pushing unlimited abortions.
Illinois Democrats are attempting to make it the most liberal state in America for abortion, declaring it a right and repealing nearly every limit on the practice.