Generational confirmation battle will follow
President Donald Trump said he will begin the search to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy immediately and plans to make a nomination “as quickly as possible.”
As the high court rules against mandatory union fees for public employees in the case of Janus v. AFSCME, right-to-work advocates still have a lot of work to do.
While awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Janus v. AFSCME, millions of public-sector workers are preparing class action lawsuits against the unions they have been forced to pay dues to.
Decision on proposed contract to be made next month
'What a waste of water'
'You are a weak, little short man who sucks White/Jewish c**k'
More than 5,500 women land in United States emergency rooms annually due to complications suffered after having an abortion, according to a new study.
The court ruled that California is entitled to take a position on abortion, but it cannot force others to agree with and speak its message.
Most small business are not equipped to handle being subject to every taxing authority in every location where they have a customer. The country includes more than 10,000 state and local taxing jurisd
'Would implicate potentially dozens and dozens of Democrats'
According to i24NEWS, the United States has halted financial aid to the Palestinian Authority.