As the individual mandate penalty disappears for Americans in January, a growing number of liberal states are moving to enact their own individual mandates requiring residents to purchase health insur
Update: Here’s Hill’s response to the past 24-hours of news related to him Attorney General Curtis Hill seeks thorough investigation of accusations against him. pic.twitter.com/AaI2gXsQ6B — Curtis T.
Hill once again says he will not resign his office.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is firing back at Governor Holcomb, and the media, after allegations he groped and sexually harassed several women, including a state lawmaker. In a press conferen
‘Oakland Police Department confirming this had to do with a federal criminal search warrant, it had to do with human sex trafficking of juveniles’
The suspect "admitted to the FBI that he sent the email threatening Chairman Pai’s family because he was ‘angry’ about the repeal of the net neutrality regulations,” according to the U.S. Attorney's O
As these stories demonstrate, lawful gun ownership can often mean the difference between a “victim” and a “would-be victim.”
Without a gun, most Americans are defenseless at the hands of a violent criminal.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — The union representing Michigan state park officers says they should be allowed to have guns and bulletproof vests to handle unruly visitors. The Michigan State Employees As
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said in a Rolling Stone interview that civilization as we currently know it is "at risk" in the 2018 midterm election.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Thursday he has narrowed down — to two or three — the list of contenders he’s considering to fill the vacancy for the Supreme Court seat held by retiring
‘He’s quite young, extreme in his views and I don’t know if he would make the Supreme Court very even’
Plus: Library group ditches Laura Ingalls Wilder, Trump takes on federal employee unions.
OZYFest, which describes itself as "part music festival, part TED talk, part food fair,” just announced its 2018 lineup, and it's a doozy.
Hawaii just became the first state to ban certain sunscreens as a measure to protect the state's essential coral reefs.
According to a poll given by Gallup, 74 percent of Republicans and 32 percent of Democrats rated themselves as “extremely proud” to be Americans.