Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) spoke about recovering the American Dream during a Senate hearing on Wednesday, saying that the United States needs to provide "more viable career paths that don't involve expensive educations" to compete with Chinese competition.
After Planned Parenthood fired Leana Wen on Tuesday, sources told BuzzFeed News Wen had been in negotiations with the board over her departure for weeks because of poor relationships with staff and "a complete lack of leadership capability."
Ohio Attorney General David Yost is directing a systematic review of databases under his office's control, including the driver's license database that stores photos and other identifiable information about Ohioans.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), a gun industry trade group, and local law enforcement announced an initiative targeting illegal straw purchases in Baltimore on Thursday.
More than half of Illinois's 2,351 federally licensed gun dealers haven't yet applied for state licenses required by the new Illinois's Firearm Dealer License Certification Act, which takes effect Wednesday.
Marc Lamont Hill, a Temple University professor and former CNN commentator, said that mainstream news outlets are "Zionist organizations" that create "Zionist content" during an appearance at a progressive conference.
Black Lives Matter activist and Intercept columnist Shaun King praised an attempted domestic terror attack on Twitter yesterday, comparing the terrorist to abolitionist John Brown and saying that he was "the first martyr."
Politicians and trial lawyers eager to sue energy companies over the costs of climate change received an unwelcome message from a university professor, according to records obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.