A private study by military and security professionals has concluded that the Americans killed at the Benghazi consulate annex on September 11, 2012 were killed by rebels who had been supplied with weapons by the U.S. government.
A bill to create a buffer zone, free of protesters, around the entrance of abortion clinic sites drew an overflow crowd to a hearing room at the Legislative Office Building in Concord, New Hampshire, Tuesday, as "pro-life" activists argued the bill violated their freedom of speech, while "abortion rights" advocates claimed the legislation was necessary to guarantee safe and unimpeded access to the facilities.
A new scientific study published by the peer-reviewed Nature Climate Change reveals that some federally subsidized ethanol biofuels produce more carbon dioxide than burning gasoline, when the entire production process is taken into consideration.
With the now-infamous federal abuses against the Bundy ranching family and its supporters in Nevada helping to awaken a sleeping giant, liberty-minded elected officials from Western states are coming together with citizens to take action in defense of the Constitution and the West.
Should a government body decide what is true and what is false in political campaign ads? That was the question before the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday in a hearing on the constitutionality of an Ohio law that gives that power to the Ohio Elections Commission.
President Obama left Tuesday on a weeklong trip to Asia to try to jumpstart a stalled multi-national trade agreement that is a critical component of the president's promise to “pivot” American economic attention toward that continent.