Senate Republicans released a version of President Donald Trump’s shutdown-ending proposal Monday, which, if passed, would fully fund the government and invest nearly $6 billion in building a southwestern border wall.
In 2019, the Wyoming state House will weigh whether or not their state should become the 21st to end capital punishment.
Pharmaceutical firms’ direct marketing to doctors continues to cause prescription opioid deaths, a new study argues.
The Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, were far more closely tied to the marketing of deadly opioids than previously thought, new documents released in a Massachusetts lawsuit suggest.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) introduced legislation Thursday that would block employers from requiring low-wage, low-skill workers to sign non-compete agreements.
While robots are not yet ready to take your jobs, a new paper released Monday by two Harvard labor economists argues there is cause for major concern in the future.
New data, released last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, attracted attention by showing the wide variation in fertility among states. They also prompted commentators to ask: Are kids getting too expensive for Americans to have?
Arkansas Republicans Sens. Tom Cotton and John Boozman both publicly supported nationwide, mandatory implementation of E-Verify in interviews released Friday.
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that high-skilled immigrants currently in the United States could see major changes to their visa program soon, including a possible path to citizenship.
Somewhere along the United States’ 2,000-mile border with Mexico is a town unconcerned by what President Donald Trump has called a border “crisis,” and the New York Times is on it.