Merrick Garland, the current U.S. attorney general, made an announcement that the Justice Department will scrutinize election audits. One state senator replied, “You will not touch Arizona ballots or machines unless you want to spend time in an Arizona prison.”
The Department of Justice argued in court filings Thursday that transgender legislation passed in West Virginia and Arkansas is unconstitutional.
A parent-led rebellion against critical race theory is storming school boards across the country and demanding accountability for what is being taught to American children. At least 165 local and national groups have formed to combat CRT instruction in schools across the U.S.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is being urged to veto a provision in the proposed state budget that would ban abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The legislation, which won final approval in the state House of Representatives last week, would require the attorney general’s office to make the information subject to the state’s right-to-know law, allowing the public to see the names of the officers and their alleged misconduct.
The Tuesday decision marks a setback for President Joe Biden’s aggressive agenda to curb climate change by focusing on green energy and overturn the former Trump administration’s regulatory rollbacks.
A majority of Americans blame Democrats for the rising inflation, a recent poll found, as both parties fight to position themselves in the economic messaging battle heading into the next election.
After a year filled mostly with negative year-over-year comparables for tax revenue, New Hampshire kicked off 2021 back on the plus side of the equation, according to a new study.
“Basically,” Brenda Lebsack adds, “whoever does not agree with the union’s ideology, including students, was compared to the KKK. This intolerant, extremist, union-promoted viewpoint will create hostile school environments for many students and school employees. It’s dangerous, it’s hateful, and it’s exclusive.”
Adm. Michael M. Gilday told the House Armed Services Committee that Kendi’s controversial book “How to Be an Antiracist” would lead to “a better Navy” by promoting more discussion on racism in America.
Despite the increased vaccination rollout and decrease in deaths and overall case numbers, the death toll is about how many Americans died of cancer in 2019, the Associated Press reported.
Hispanic Americans have been voting Republican at record high rates, helping the GOP make inroads in traditionally Democratic areas, and in some cases, flip long-held Democratic seats.