New Jersey -- Bold legislation introduced in New Jersey last week would not only treat cannabis like tobacco -- legalizing it -- but would expunge records for individuals previously convicted of certain marijuana-related 'crimes.'
State officials are reassuring members of Congress that the integrity of November's elections is secure amid growing concerns over cyberattacks by foreign actors tied to Russia.
A bill pushing the agency to focus more on surface transport follows a critical report and an attempted bombing near a train station.
We have been following the latest melodrama involving a "greedy" Mylan, and numerous "humanistic" US politicians...
Mystery still surrounds payout to Iran
His successor, whether Democrat or Republican, opposes it, as does most of his party. Delegates at the Democratic National Convention waved signs saying "T.P.P." slashed by a bold line, while the Republican Party platform opposed any vote on it i
Newly leaked information reveals that officials in some of the top alcohol companies in America spent money on persuading members of Congress to pay attention to the alleged problem of "marijuana-impaired driving."
Refusing To Promote Homes As "Gun Free Zones". Dirtbag politician Charlie Rangel explained last month that regular people simply don't need firearms for self defense, but that politicians like himself should most certainly be allowed to carry p
"NO-FLY LIST" Is Hidden In It By "Under Investigation" Language
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., on Wednesday formally urged Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to deny presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton access to classified information - an appeal that comes as FBI Director
FBI Director James Comey will explain Thursday to House lawmakers his bombshell decision not to recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton over her handling of sensitive emails.
"I see absolutely no value to a judge of spending decades, years, months, weeks, day, hours, minutes, or seconds studying the Constitution, the history of its enactment, its amendments, and its implementation....
The fact that many of America's politicians are total hypocrites would probably not shock most Americans at this point, what with Congress' abysmal nine percent approval rating… but it is a point that gets reaffirmed every single day.
This piece first appeared at TomDispatch. Read Tom Engelhardt's introduction here. General David Rodriguez might be a modern military celebrity--if he hadn't spent his career ducking the spotlight.
There are millions of Americans who want to restrict firearm ownership and use by one degree or another.
House Democrats occupied the Floor yesterday and into this morning, demanding a vote on bills that would restrict firearm purchases for those on the US government's terror watch list. Are guns the real issue? Or lists?
Republicans use a late-night parliamentary maneuver to disrupt the protest, but Democrats continued their effort on Thursday morning.
So, Democrats have decided to host a sit-in on the House floor because all of the gun control legislation they rushed to a vote just a week after the Orlando shooting failed to pass.
White House Seeks 'Accommodation' of Israel in Record Aid Package
Senators Offer Several Competing Bills
It has been nearly two years since a senior CDC scientist assumed whistleblower status claiming he was part of a massive cover-up at the CDC to hide information that childhood vaccines cause autism. I have written to you about this many times-
It's hard to say which is more crazy: Washington's failed system for keeping drug costs under control, or the resistance to a modest attempt to change it.
Bernie Sanders has sold out and sided with Chris Dodd to gut Audit the Fed in the Senate. His "compromise" is what the administration and banking interests want: they'll allow the TARP and TALF to be audited, but no transparency of the FOMC, di