The U.S. fertility rate hit a 42-year low in the first quarter of 2018, new data released Wednesday by the Center for Disease Control show.
The Department of Justice is forcefully opposed to a major criminal justice reform bill, according to an internal letter sent last month and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
A new policy paper making the rounds in Congress and tech circles could signal the future of regulating big tech.
The implementation of nationwide, single-payer health care would cost the U.S. government more than $32 trillion over ten years, according to a new report from the libertarian Mercatus Center.
Most but not all of the children over age five separated from their parents by U.S. immigration officials have been reunified as of Thursday night.
A spending amendment that would overturn Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s narrowing of asylum eligibility got the support of both Democrats and Republicans Wednesday.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (R.) on Tuesday called on Gov. John Bel Edwards (D.) to take action to end Louisiana’s death penalty moratorium, echoing law enforcement leaders nationwide frustrated with stalled death rows.
With a tightly divided Senate, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court could come down to one thing: where he falls on the controversial issue of surveillance and the right to privacy.
Constituents of four red-state Democrats in the Senate want to see Judge Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court, according to a new poll.
Prominent Democrats have slammed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for supporting an end to the independent counsel statute, even though they themselves backed precisely the same proposal decades ago.