Democrats’ efforts to chip away at the Republican-controlled House of Representatives begin with a special election in the red-state bastion. Four other states have elections coming up.
He revokes Obama’s 2014 order that helped ensure that companies with federal contracts followed labor and civil rights laws.
He wants a 31% cut for EPA, its smallest budget in 40 years.
Congressional Republicans finally unveiled their alternative to Obamacare. It’s a doozy.
Were I asking questions at Monday night’s presidential debate, here are some I would pose to Donald Trump, whom I have reported on for the last 28 years: 1. You have talked publicly about running for President for three decades, so presumably you have studied the official job description for President. Please tell us precisely…
A surprise move by the Department of Agriculture will make it virtually impossible for citizens to learn about the worst pet breeders operating in the country.
Congress is preparing to give away millions of acres of public land worth hundreds of billions of dollars. The first move, transferring property owned by all Americans to individual states, was quietly adopted by the House in early January as part of a routine internal rules change.
The writing’s on the wall: Donald Trump’s plan to slap Mexican imports with a 20% tariff—and then to use that money to pay for his border wall—makes no economic sense at all. The worst part? Americans will be paying for it with higher prices on food and manufactured goods.