Thousands of Central American migrants stormed the northern Guatemalan border on Friday, successfully forcing their way into Mexican territory as part of a larger effort to reach the United States.
A new poll released on Wednesday shows support for new gun-control laws dropped significantly over the last seven months.
The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it had prosecuted more violent and firearm crimes in FY 2018 than in any prior year on record.
The National Science Foundation awarded a half a million dollars to an “intersectional feminisms” professor to study how to recruit more women into STEM fields.
I listened to a remarkable bit of self-parody on National Public Radio on Tuesday: a moderator, a pair of experts and some very earnest listeners trying to figure out how to most politely tell climate change skeptics they are dangerous idiots.
The state of Indiana is asking the Supreme Court to uphold a ban on sex, race, and disability-selective abortion in what may be the first abortion case heard by a now-majority conservative bench.
One of the major firms behind a handful of the ongoing climate lawsuits brought by governments against energy companies proactively pitched the idea to the city of San Francisco, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon via open records laws.
The Supreme Court’s refusal to take up several cases Monday and a concurrent dissent from this refusal by Justice Sonia Sotomayor highlight the ongoing effects of a 2015 case on the Court’s criminal jurisprudence.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $350,000 studying “microaggressions” in college engineering programs using an “intersectional perspective.”
Tom Steyer’s “Need to Impeach” campaign enlisted its six millionth supporter over the weekend, according to a tweet from Alberto Lammers, deputy director of communications for Need to Impeach.