The spread of French cultural values can explain the sustained drop in fertility over the past two centuries, a new paper published Monday argues.
The United States Supreme Court on Monday avoided taking action on two potentially inflammatory cases that touched on issues of religious liberty.
A private corporation that runs a public “forum” is not bound by the First Amendment, the Supreme Court ruled Monday morning.
If you were looking for a David to the multi-billion-dollar, big-tech Goliath, you could do worse than Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.).
Dads are sometimes labeled lazy, but they don’t deserve to be, a new research brief from the Institute for Family Studies argues.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the United States is making progress in an increasingly global drug war, although Chinese drug gangs and the “Maduro mafia” are posing major barriers to success.
Legal medical marijuana does not drive down opioid overdose deaths, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, refuting an earlier study that found evidence they did.
Did you know that Republicans are “quietly turning against the death penalty”? So sayeth the Atlantic, in a lengthy story published Sunday in the wake of New Hampshire’s abolition of the death penalty.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) fired his latest volley against big tech Thursday with a bill to compel YouTube and other video providers to do more to protect children from sexual predators.
New figures released Wednesday from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) show that nearly 150,000 people were apprehended trying to illegally immigrate in May.