Legislation
The UN’s IPCC climate-change body made public a report declaring that the impacts of global warming are likely to be “severe, pervasive, and irreversible.” 
The University of California at Santa Barbara is taking the side of a feminist studies professor who is being charged with assault for attacking two young pro-life protesters.
A government official in Carroll County, Maryland, said she is willing to go to jail rather than obey a federal judge's ban on sectarian prayers in the county's government meetings.
Perhaps it should be in the Constitution. Call it the Hindsight Amendment. Whenever a politician discovers that a favored bill isn't working out and has become unpopular, he or she resorts to the hindsight argument. "Hindsight is always 20/20."
When the IRS began targeting conservatives and conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status, it didn’t count on people like Catherine Engelbrecht, who is fighting back.
Detroit residents, fed up with the violence in their city, are becoming empowered: This year, fatal self-defense shootings are up, and crime is down.
Every day, scores of local police departments use DHS grant money to deploy sophisticated surveillance equipment.
A recent poll reveals a majority of Americans oppose giving President Obama the power to make an end run around the Constitution by “fast tracking” the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
In a joint statement issued at the U.S.-EU summit, President Obama and his fellow leaders called for enforcement of the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.
The Alaska State House of Representatives is considering a bill that would would allow jurors in the Last Frontier “not to apply the law to the defendant” in select criminal cases.
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