In days following the tragedy in Connecticut, most of the focus has been on firearms legislation. I submit that we would be wiser to focus more attention on how states handle the mentally ill that are prone to violence over on the homepage. It is an issue that I do not think gets nearly the attention and debate it deserves, which is a shame since such modifications by states could make a difference.
Every good prosecutor will tell you that the best case is a strong circumstantial case — and that’s exactly what we have.
On the unforced errors of America’s most political doctor.
The videos disclosed so far all have obvious potential terrestrial explanations.
The demands of nightly doses of craven partisanship for year upon year have ruined him.
Donald Trump really does believe that he, along with two former GOP senators, will be ‘reinstated’ to office this summer.
It seems indisputable that the Democratic Party has a real interest in Harris being more popular than she is.
Chicago's health department said it will apportion nearly $10 million of federal COVID-relief funding to create six Healthy Chicago Equity Zones.
Juneteenth is now the 11th annual federal holiday and the first one to be established since Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 1983.
A weak lawsuit dies, and nobody comes out looking good.
Abrams has previously invoked Jim Crow to criticize a Georgia voting law that includes many of Manchin's provisions.
Phillips is now back where he started, guilty of a thought crime.
Autumn Scardina keeps trying to force the Masterpiece Cakeshop owner to bake a cake with a message that offends his religious beliefs. Why?