About a week after Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s panel took over the current impeachment inquiry of President Trump,
Senator Josh Hawley is introducing new legislation that will move 90 percent of federal agency jobs out of Washinton D.C.
On Thursday, President Trump’s administration announced its plans of lowering the admittance cap of refugees admitted into the U.S. to 18,000 in the fiscal year of 2020.
On August 19 Planned Parenthood stated that they would be withdrawing from the federal funding program Title X.
Friday morning President Trump told reporters that the U.S. was done having any business with China’s giant telecom company, Huawei.
On Saturday a gunman managed to kill 20 people at a Walmart in El Paso Texas, not even a day later nine people died in Dayton, Ohio.
The six-decade-old Interstate 70 bridge that crosses the Missouri River near Rocheport has long since been a source of debate.
For almost 20 years now, the U.S. Justice Department has not done any executions of federal prisoners, however, this is all about to change.
On Tuesday the Trump administration proposed a new rule that could remove over 3 million people from the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) program, saving the nation $2.5 billion.
August is when everyone starts thinking about school again, it’s been a long summer and September, along with a new school year, are arriving quickly.
Missouri Governor Parson, a former sheriff, has always been in favor of “reform[ing]… Missouri’s criminal justice system.”
On July 2, 1776, America declared her independence. On July 4, 1776, Congress approved the Declaration of Independence.