A Chinese national was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute an illegal synthetic performance enhancing drug, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday afternoon.
A $15 per hour minimum wage would lead to $2.4 billion in property crimes, a new paper released Monday argues.
While serving as California’s top cop, Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) oversaw the incarceration of at least 127,000 Black and Hispanic Californians, data obtained by the Washington Free Beacon show.
Presidential hopeful Robert O’Rourke said Thursday that if elected, he would suspend capital punishment on the federal level.
In 2016, a group of national health experts asked the Obama administration to declare a national public health emergency in response to spiking fentanyl deaths, but were ignored, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
In defiance of the voters of his state, Democratic governor of California Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced an indefinite moratorium on the death penalty in the Golden State. Newsom’s executive order will make California the fourth state in the union to have a governor-imposed moratorium, alongside the 20 states which have fully abolished capital punishment. …
California Governor Gavin Newsom (D., Calif.) will on Wednesday announce a moratorium on his state’s death penalty, placing an indefinite pause on executions on the largest death row in the United States.
Sens. Joni Ernst (R., Iowa) and Mike Lee (R., Utah) fired their opening volley Tuesday in what is likely to be a spirited congressional debate about implementing paid family leave (PFL) across the United States.
Is the education reform movement a den of right wingers? Quite the opposite, a new report from the American Enterprise Institute argues.
A proposal introduced Monday by Democrats and one Republican in the Oregon state House of Representatives would effectively abolish the death penalty by restricting its use only to convicted terrorists.