The Thurston County Superior Court ruled on Friday that a gun-control initiative did not follow guidelines set down in state law when gathering signatures and cannot be included on the ballot.
The New York Times on Thursday ran an article about the latest Democratic line of attack on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh without bothering to contact the man at the center of the story.
The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it filed a brief in opposition to a preliminary injunction against a State Department agreement with 3D-printed gun pioneer Cody Wilson. The injunction was requested by a group of state attorneys general in federal court.
The Trump administration should disband an Obama-era board that aims to emphasize the role of racial identity in government policy, a paper released by the Heritage Foundation Wednesday argues.
While the media rush to blame wildfires on climate change, scientific evidence reveals there is less fire across the globe, and the credit goes to human activity.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) warned Congress shouldn’t go “soft on crime” while pursuing the goal of federal prison reforms, writing in an op-ed that cutting mandatory minimum sentences and giving judges more discretion to reduce prison time was tantamount to a jailbreak.
More than 72,000 people died from drug overdoses between January 2017 and January 2018, according to new estimates from the Center for Disease Control.
The Masterpiece Cakeshop owner who won a 7-2 Supreme Court decision in June after he refused to bake a cake for a gay couple based on his religious beliefs is suing the state of Colorado once again.