Several companies are relocating from the Empire State, numerous businesses have announced they are closing shop altogether citing economic reasons, and a new poll shows a third of New York residents plan to move because they can’t afford to stay.
An Ohio man was indicted for planning to attack a synagogue in Toledo and cause mass casualties on behalf of ISIS.
The Texas secretary of state issued on Friday afternoon the results of a year-long evaluation that showed 95,000 non-U.S. citizens are registered to vote in the state and approximately 58,000 of them voted in one or more elections.
Three Michigan residents were charged with conspiring to support ISIS and expressed plans to to use a car to mow down “non-believers” in the United States if they couldn’t fight with the terrorist group overseas.
The city of Austin violated Texas’ gun law by restricting licensed citizens from carrying concealed firearms at Austin City Hall, a court ruled today.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of free speech, throwing out a lower court ruling that allows states to force lawyers to subsidize state bar associations and their political activities.
The Texas attorney general filed a lawsuit on Friday against San Antonio and other officials over the city’s sanctuary city policy, which violates state and federal immigration laws.
As unplowed roads during last week’s snowstorm in New Jersey was causing thousands of accidents and commuters were stranded Governor Phil Murphy was eating dinner at a four-star restaurant with his wife.
A Syrian national extradited to the United States was sentenced to life in prison for making bomb components that were used in IED attacks against American soldiers fighting in Iraq.
Arkansas and Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved to increase the minimum wage in their states to $11 and $12, respectively.