Betsy McCaughey, the former lieutenant governor of New York, ripped the state legislature for approving a three-months paid bereavement leave.
The latest data from the USDA shows more than 2.8 million Americans have dropped off food stamps since President Trump’s first full month in office.
Thomas Homan criticized the New York attorney general candidate who called for the prosecution of ICE agents.
Growing the U.S. economy will generate trillions of dollars in revenue to the government, Treasury official Tony Sayegh said.
Social media giants and the U.S. government can work together to secure their platforms.
A number of U.S. cities have expressed interest in testing the modern welfare scheme.
While the commercial real estate market is booming, it could spell trouble for its biggest lenders.
After dodging a GOP-issued subpoena, Peter Strzok’s former FBI lover who sent anti-Trump texts will interview on Friday.
Brian Cashman and Michael Bidwill were high school classmates with Brett Kavanaugh.
The state is spending more than $4 billion to attract the manufacturer.
The retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy will give President Trump an opportunity to shape the direction of the high court, says former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Mark Janus, the plaintiff in the Supreme Court ruling on unions, applauded the high court’s decision.
The high court ruled in favor of non-union workers in a case that could impact public-sector labor unions in the U.S.
The Supreme Court decision to uphold President Trump's travel ban survived a close ruling because it didn’t prohibit all Muslims, according to Alan Dershowitz.
President Trump can begin to enforce the travel ban as early as Tuesday afternoon.
As a border patrol agent based near Mexico, Hector Garza holds his job in high esteem: He tries to do the job with dignity, he said, even in the face of mass protests aimed at the Trump administration’s policy of forcibly separating immigrant children from their parents.
Some Microsoft employees believe the tech giant is providing ICE with facial-recognition technology.
The National Retail Federation is celebrating what it says is now a level playing field.
The deputy attorney general could be held in contempt, according to Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz.
It also proposes privatizing the Postal Service, along with other streamlining initiatives.