As the government is partially shut down, the Senate has rejected a House motion to negotiate House and Senate differences; no resolution is in sight.
The federal government entered into a partial shutdown at midnight October 1 as congressional leaders were unable to agree upon a “continuing resolution” appropriations bill to fund programs in the new fiscal year.
The Justice Department announced today it is suing the state of North Carolina over its new voting rules, alleging that they are racially discriminatory.
As Democrats and Republicans squabble over federal funding and a partial shutdown of the federal government looms, many in the press are mindlessly parroting Democratic Party's talking points about the shutdown. But what's the reality?
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is offering an amendment that would prohibit federal employees from taking taxpayer-funded subsidies to pay for ObamaCare health insurance.
For nearly an hour just after midnight on September 25, Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) spoke on the "lawless act" that was the Supreme Court's Obamacare decision.
Update: Senate voted 79-19 on cloture to end debate and vote on H.J. Res. 59.
When accusations of spying on Americans were first leveled at the NSA, the government claimed there was no illicit spying. Then it had to backtrack again and again.
A federal appeals court ruled that the city of Minneapolis may not impede on the efforts of a Wisconsin man to distribute Bibles at the city's annual gay pride fest.