"It's like they're in awe of the cruise missiles"
Legislation from Arkansas Rep. Kim Hendren would keep legendary historian's works from all public and charter schools.
The administration "is dead set on destroying the commonsense safeguards we all depend on to protect our environment and health," wrote NRDC head Rhea Suh.
New report from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities shows getting rid of healthcare law would deliver windfall tax cut for top earners
On the heels of Kentucky, New Hampshire and Missouri now appear poised to become states with so-called right-to-work laws.
A Republican law that would have revamped elections panel now that a Democrat was in charge has been put on hold.
Union announces that agreement has been reached with luxury Las Vegas hotel co-owned by president-elect
Requirement denounced as "a politically motivated attack on Oklahoma's women"
Democrats wage battle over short-term spending bill to fight for one year, not four months, of guaranteed healthcare
What happened last week was 'a repudiation of the American power structure, including the old Democratic Party'
The Massachusetts senator says the bank engaged in "staggering fraud."
Jeffery Wood on track to be the 'least culpable person executed in the modern era of death penalty'
'Industry-backed state laws to block municipal broadband only exist because pliant legislators are listening to their Big Cable and Big Telecom paymasters'
The trio's scheme was a "very serious crime," judge says
"Our findings dramatize the urgent need for national health insurance—a single-payer reform with first-dollar coverage—that would assure that all Americans can get the care they need."
Last week, Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan said years into the United States' fight against the Islamic State, the terrorist group's reach and power have not been diminished and that it has even more fighters than al-Qaeda had at its height.
Decision "paves the way for a private corporation to profit from a vital public resource for decades to come."
Mergers like Bayer's rumored takeover of Monsanto 'would make it even harder for farmers, consumers and communities to build a vibrant, sustainable food system' German chemical giants Bayer AG and BASF SE are both considering takeovers of U.S. seed behemoth Monsanto, according to news reports on Thursday. Of the potential Bayer takeover of Monsanto, valued at roughly $40 billion, Bloomberg noted that it "would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals."
Following suggestions that he somehow "bungled" when asked about how he would, if elected president, break up Wall Street's largest and most dangerous institutions, the Bernie Sanders campaign on Tuesday offered a detailed explanation of how he would end "too-big-to-fail banks."
SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby has for the first time admitted that the company's workers have posed as animal rights activists to spy on critics of the park's treatment of captive marine creatures.
Manby made the admission during an investor relations call on Thursday, saying,