A confidential agreement has ended a collusion suit filed against the National Football League in 2017.
A death penalty case from Alabama raises First Amendment issues that the Supreme Court chose to brush aside.
A Mississippi law that seeks to ban most abortions after 15 weeks was struck down by a Federal District Court Judge.
The issues are different than in Florida or Arizona, but the Georgia Governor’s race remains unresolved as Stacey Abrams hopes to find enough votes to force the race into a runoff.
Former President Jimmy Carter is warning his party against drifting too far left as we head into the midterms and, beyond that, the 2020 campaign cycle.
A Georgia County is abandoning a dubious plan that would have closed 2/3 of the county’s polling stations.
Care to guess the demographic makeup of the county?
Republicans will hold their 2020 National Convention in the same city that hosted the Democrats back in 2012.
In the wake of a grievance filed by the union representing players, the N.F.L. has suspended the new National Anthem policy it announced earlier this year. This guarantees even more cynical political exploitation by the President.
Democrats have decided to move up the date of their 2020 Convention.
Has the party paid too big a price to attract suburban voters?
The Trump Administration’s School Safety Commission isn’t getting off to a very good start.
The N.F.L. has come up with a dumb “solution” to a non-existent problem.
If we’re going to have a death penalty, he was its poster boy.
Barbara Bush, only the second woman in history to be the wife and mother of a U.S. President, has died at the age of 92.
Johnetta Benton was caught on tape in a 15-minute rant against President Trump’s campaign slogan. She ain’t wrong.
Much of Atlanta city government has been forced to rely on pen and paper this week thanks to a Ransomware attack.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals rules that existing civil rights laws bar discrimination based on sexual orientation.
I don’t see how the state legislature making tax decisions on the basis of the public position an company takes is legal under the 14th Amendment.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a major case regarding discrimination based on sexual orientation, but the issue is likely to come up again in the very near future.
Ezekiel Elliott got a legal reprieve late last week, but it may not last for long and it could have a big impact on the fortunes of the Dallas Cowboys.
A legal setback for Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys.
The Las Vegas shooting provides a good opportunity to enact a common sense gun control law that even Second Amendment advocates agree is called for.
The battle over Confederate statues that was resurrected by the violence in Charlottesville is off the front pages, but that doesn’t mean it’s over quite yet.
In one of the most closely watched Special Elections in American history, the outcome turned out to be not entirely surprising.
Democratic nominee Jon Ossoff is leading in a race that Republicans should be winning easily.
Democrats came close to picking up what has been a solidly Republican seat for nearly forty years but ended up falling short. Instead, we’ll have a runoff in two months.
Republicans held on to Mike Pompeo’s seat in the House, but the outcome was closer than many expected.
So far, there’s no sign that Donald Trump is having much of an impact on the economy.
Fewer people are watching live television events such as the Super Bowl and Academy Awards.
A new head for the DNC at a time when the Democratic Party finds itself reeling and eager to take on Donald Trump.
There were 111.3 million people tuned into the Super Bowl on Sunday, slightly lower than last year.
If you changed the channel after the third quarter, you missed what ended up becoming a game for the ages.
President Trump hinted today that he’s likely to name his Supreme Court choice next week, and the list to appears have narrowed to three men.
A long-standing staple of American culture will soon be no more.
The Federal Reserve Board raised interest rates for only the second time in a decade, but it still seems like it’s chasing an inflation monster that doesn’t exist.
An airline traveler wanted his fellow passengers to know that he was a supporter of the president-elect.
Americans are rioting in the streets because they don’t like the outcome of a democratic election.
Despite being much more conveniently located for viewers in the United States, viewership for the just-concluded Olympics were the lowest they’ve been in sixteen years.
In a sign of just how bad the trends are right now for Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is gaining ground in states that Mitt Romney won four years ago.