How a court case on rebalancing state-level representation of residents of cities and suburbs tested the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court like no other
President George Washington happily agreed to Congress' request for a national day of thanksgiving in 1789. His opponents declared that he'd overstepped his constitutional bounds.
Newly declassified documents and fresh insight from Frank Snepp, the CIA's chief analyst in Vietnam during 1975, present a revealing new picture of the chaotic final days of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, before enemy forces captured Saigon on April 30
How author Maggie Ruth learned the fate of the MIA on her POW bracelet, and changed her view of Vietnam veterans
Edwin Walker, a lawyer with the Texas Law Shield organization, argues that the university professor shot and killed at UCLA should have had the right to be armed.
George Stephanopoulos questions Hillary Clinton as to whether she believes the 'right to bear arms' is a constitutional right.
The drug Thalidomide was responsible for pressuring the government to legalize abortions and is now believed to be connected to the Zika epidemic.