When faced with senseless, horrific shootings, people in Washington and on cable news often end up politicizing them in order to argue over gun laws, especially if the location where the incident took place has relatively relaxed regulations.
Some Republican lawmakers have embarked on a last-ditch effort to begin the dismantling of Obamacare, which is killing the insurance industry and driving up rates for tens of millions of Americans to unaffordable levels.
Washington, D.C. -- (RT) Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has vowed to delay a $700 billion defense bill until he is promised a vote on amending the use of military force in Afghanistan and Iraq, aiming to end the wars in the two countries.
It's a train wreck for personal privacy, but the House is letting self-driving cars loose in America; the Senate must now confirm the action. With continuous data transmission from the instant you set foot in your car, geospatial intelligence will
A new bill introduced with bipartisan support intends to create a more fair tax structure for cryptocurrency users. Titled "The CryptoCurrency Tax Fairness Act," the bill is seeking to create a new minimum purchase point at which Bitcoin can be use
State nullification of federal marijuana prohibition is completely constitutional, with the feds having little, if any, recourse to stop the process.
Conservative lawmakers led by Thom Tillis are crafting a bill they call the conservative Dream Act that would provide a path to permanent residency to people brought here illegally as children, offering President Donald Trump an escape hatch on one o
California passed a law boosting police transparency on cellphone surveillance. Here's why it's not working
A major red flag was buried in the text of a bill with a seemingly harmless title.
Connecticut just became the latest state with a city that is proposing making both texting and talking on the phone while walking illegal.
California has a well-earned its reputation for introducing wacky legislation. Jerry Brown's bill specifically written to regulate cow farts is a personal favorite of ours.
First there was Calexit. Then came Calexit II. On Thursday, people unhappy with California's place in the United States filed yet another proposed ballot measure that could lead to the Golden State striking out on its own.
These anti-protest bills from Republican lawmakers reflect a political climate in which far-right activists increasingly find it permissible to mow down Black Lives Matter protesters and other anti-racist demonstrators.
There are a lot of weird laws these days. In fact, many of them are so dumb that it seems unlikely they would ever be enforced.
Palestinians have argued that ending Israel's occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem -- lands Palestinians seek for their state -- is key to defeating terrorism.
Would the new bill that the Senate has quietly passed actually remove executive powers from the President and start a war with Russia?
illegal content, spurred by Backpage.com...The Senate on Tuesday introduced an amendment to a law that protects the hosts of websites from liability for content posted by others to go after sites such as Backpage.com that have been criticized for fa
WHIPCRACK: WHEN TRUMP JUST UNVEILED HIS LATEST PLAN, ALL LAWMAKERS WILL START RUNNING BACK TO WORK
Some voters in California are so adamant about demanding more free stuff from the government that they've resorted to threatening to kill legislators who don't back massive "nanny state" entitlements such as free, unlimited health care for al
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal wants to give $500 million US dollars to care for wounded Ukrainian soldiers. The proposed legislation for the Ukrainian Security Assistance Initiative is part of this year's defense bill.
House Members and Senators have rushed to co-sponsor a bill that would make boycotting Israel a felony, punishable by up to a million dollar fine and 20 years in prison. Faced with the fact that such a bill is clearly an attack on the First Amendment
The charge of "driving under the influence" used to only apply to drivers who were under the influence of drugs or alcohol--but it will now apply to drivers who text, eat, smoke, read or groom while driving in the state of Washington. The impl
Seven years after Google started developing robocars, 14 months after a Florida man died in a Tesla Model S that was driving itself, and almost a year after self-driving Ubers started picking up passengers in Pennsylvania, Congress might actually sta
South Carolina -- Imagine, for a moment, that you see a cop beating up a teenage girl for being in possession of a little bit of cannabis. The girl, not wanting to be kidnapped and caged for a plant, is naturally 'resisting' her arrest. So, the
The military-industrial complex wins – and we lose
"If you are against necrophilia, you are not liberal"
"I'm not for any taxpayer money going to an industry that makes $15 billion a year"
will be granted legal immunity under new "Sanctuary" push...(Natural News) After California's tough new immunization law, eliminating religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccines, unvaccinated kids can no longer go to public schools in t
People will be able to use voicemail and text messages to make their wills, under a radical overhaul of inheritance laws proposed by the Government's legal advisors.
A draconian new law passed in Arkansas forces women to obtain permission from the man who impregnated them before they can have an abortion.