The Internal Revenue Service believes it is not beholden to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and can read your email without a warrant
A Pentagon-funded team of scientists have constructed a machine that functions like a human brain and would enable robots to think independently and act autonomously.
The Washington State Republican Party plans to auction an AR-15 rifle at its annual fundraising dinner this weekend.
Sam Saylor’s son Shane was 20 years old when he became the 20th homicide victim of 2012 in Hartford, Connecticut on October 20. The suspected gunman? Another 20-year-old.
A Nebraska man says that he is not guilty of illegally selling firearms to people who told him they were felons because the items were out of his personal collection of 678 guns and 13 grenades.
New claims for US unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, partly erasing the increases of the prior three weeks, Labor Department data released Thursday showed.
Jesuit Father Sean Carroll told members of Congress on Wednesday that the United States current immigration system ran counter to the teachings of the Christian Bible.
Experts gathered this week at Stanford’s Law School to discuss the robot revolution.
The Environmental Protection Agency acknowledged Tuesday that it released personal information on potentially thousands of farmers and ranchers to environmental groups, following concerns from congressional Republicans and agriculture groups that the
An 87-year-old partially-blind woman in South Africa says that she was humiliated when a local welfare office forced her to sing before receiving her Social Security check.
France’s Senate on Wednesday approved the crucial first article of a bill granting gay couples the right to marry, clearing the way for a law that has sparked protests from conservatives and religious groups.
Several major companies issued a joint call Wednesday for the United States to enact legislation to battle climate change, saying that the issue was critical to their businesses.
The government’s largest effort to compensate victims of the banks’ foreclosure practices is finally sputtering to an end. But for most of those eligible 2013 nearly three million borrowers 2013 it won’t be much of an ending.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) signed a bill into law on Wednesday imposing new restriction on online gambling parlors in the state that could leave thousands unemployed, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Discussions of how to respond to climate change often involve Very Large Numbers
A bundle of documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request suggests that the nation’s tax collector may have ignored a court ruling in 2010
The founder of a tea party group in Oklahoma was charged with two felonies on Tuesday for allegedly sending threatening emails to a Republican lawmaker
In a tense exchange with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America said Wednesday his organization would seek to oust Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) from office.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum (R) is not too pleased that children will have to get parental permission to attend his speech at a Michigan high school this month.
North Korea is “skating very close to a dangerous line” with its heated rhetoric and provocative actions, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told reporters Wednesday.
The U.S. Postal Service backed away Wednesday from its plan to end Saturday mail delivery in August, bowing to bipartisan congressional opposition that the postmaster general said two months ago he had the authority to bypass.
Anthony Weiner, the former US congressman forced to resign after tweeting lewd photos of himself to women, said Wednesday that he’s considering a political comeback with a run for mayor in New York.
First Lady Michelle Obama returned to her murder-plagued hometown Wednesday to make an emotional plea for strengthening US gun laws, saying she too could have been a victim of brutal street violence while growing up.
TESS will be the first dedicated all-sky exoplanet hunting satellite.
Nauseous pregnant women in the U.S. can finally have access to the morning sickness drug Canadians have been using for years.
I was able to reconnect for an interview with legendary Quantum Fund manager and commodities bull, Jim Rogers.
Despite millions of pounds spent by British companies to meet spiralling retirement costs, the total deficit of final salary-linked company pension schemes has increased by 35 billion pounds over one month, a report said on Tuesday,
WikiLeaks on Monday launched a searchable archive containing 1.7 million US State Department documents from 1973-76 that had been officially declassified but were not easily accessible to the public.
Tough economic times make for tough political times for any president, and that’s increasingly true for President Obama.
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