A new study shows that Baby Boomers no longer account for the largest segment of voters in the United States.
In a short period of time, SpaceX has become a huge success, as has the commercial space launch industry.
A new poll shows that most Americans want Republicans want to move on from their failed effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act.
Wherein Noonan writes an odd column that reaches the right conclusion.
It’s not the time away from the White House that matters, it’s the hypocrisy.
A Federal Judge has ruled against an elected official who blocked a constituent from accessing her Facebook page.
In another major change announced via Twitter, late yesterday President Trump announced he’d hired a new Chief of Staff, but changes at the staff level aren’t going to fix what’s really wrong with the Trump Administration.
According to initial estimates, the economy grew at faster pace in the second quarter than at the beginning of the year, but it was hardly anything to write home about.
Seven years of rhetoric on health care reform ended early this morning with a narrow vote on a bill that even Republicans didn’t really support.
“I want to extend my sincere apologies to those in our Scouting family who were offended by the political rhetoric that was inserted into the jamboree. “
The Joint Chiefs of Staff are making clear that President Trump’s tweets are not official policy. At least not yet.
A three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down the District of Columbia’s restrictive concealed-carry law.
A step backward on civil rights from a President who claimed he would be a friend to the LGBT community.
In a vote close enough to require the Vice-President to cast a tie-breaking vote, the Senate voted to proceed to debate on a health care bill even though nobody seems to know what bill they’ll ultimately be voting on.
President Trump delivered a wholly inappropriate political speech to the Boy Scout Jamboree, but that should surprise nobody.
President Trump’s weeklong effort to undermine his own Attorney General continues.
Reports are indicating that Donald Trump may be looking to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Rudy Giuliani.
Donald Trump is unlikely to ever be a popular President, but that may not matter.
The pardon issue could be a serious inflection point.
A big but not unexpected personnel change at the White House.
Robert Mueller seems to be getting closer to the President, and the Administration is responding by seeking to undermine his investigation.
A Duke history professor uncovers “stealth plan” by “fifth columnists” who are seeking to overthrow democracy in the U.S. for their plutocrat masters.
The Senate isn’t giving up in its efforts to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act, despite the fact that it seems clear that the votes aren’t there.