Issues

Admin: Housing Regulations Lead to Homelessness

Presidential advisers argue that deregulation key to ending homeless crisis

Thousands of Americans living on the streets would be able to get into a home if aggressive housing regulations were rolled back, according to the White House. The report comes in advance of President Donald Trump's visit to California, which is home to roughly 12 percent of the nation's population but nearly half of its homeless.

Report: Anti-Semitic Harassment at U.S. College Campuses Hits Historic Levels

'Israel-related anti-Semitic harassment increased 70 percent'

Harvard students walk through the campusAnti-Semitic harassment on college campuses aimed at pro-Israel students jumped by 70 percent in the past year, the highest levels ever seen, according to a new study showing that the endorsement of anti-Israel causes by students and professors has created an unsafe environment for Jewish students.

Leana Wen: Planned Parenthood Is Trying to ‘Buy My Silence’

The organization's former president decried 'stridently political, abortion-first philosophy'

Leana Wen, who was president of Planned Parenthood until the organization fired her in July, alleged the abortion provider is trying to "buy" her silence, according to a document obtained by the New York Times.

In 2013, Castro Praised Obama ‘Enforcement’ on Immigration

'Everyone agrees that we need to secure our border'

2020 presidential candidate Julián Castro (D.) has one of the most liberal platforms in the field on immigration, but in 2013 he strongly backed Obama-era immigration policies and said the notion of "open borders" was too extreme to consider.

Analysis: Media United in Abortion Support

Only one newspaper in the country backed heartbeat bills

The American public is evenly divided on the issue of abortion, but the nation's newsrooms are nearly unanimous in their support for abortion on demand, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.