Georgia Judge Scott McAfee partially sided with former President Donald Trump and dismissed several charges against the former president in the bogus Georgia election interference case.

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Jury selection begins for New York bombing suspect

Ahmad Khan Rahimi, is the man accused of setting off bombs in New Jersey and New York's Chelsea neighborhood in September 2016.

Government workers should not be forced to pay Union Dues

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to announce this week whether it will hear a landmark labor case, Janus v. AFSCME.

Drug Arrests On The Rise In US: New FBI Data

The numbers, released on Monday, show that there were 1,572,579 drug arrests in the U.S. in 2016. That’s an average of one drug arrest every

A Tax Cut That Works For All Americans

The fact is, we all pay the corporate tax. And we all have a stake in seeing it cut.

IRS Can Collect Taxes From You Owed By Someone Else

The IRS sometimes comes after one taxpayer to collect the tax liability of someone else. How is this possible, you might wonder?

The death throes of a socialist nightmare

From the Soviet Union to Cuba, Venezuela, wherever socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish, devastation and failure

What’s the difference between a tax and a fee?

How a court fight over a 20-cent bag fee could change the way Coloradans pay for government.

Proven Ways to Manage Pain Without Medication

In 2016 alone, drug overdoses killed more Americans than the entire Vietnam War .

ObamaCare’s Tax on the Poor

The mandate penalty hits low-income Americans the hardest

Understand Why They Knelt

In the space of less than 24 hours this weekend, the president of the United States did more to politicize sports.

US Citizenship Test - Could You Pass?

Who is in charge of the executive branch?

More police training for mental-health issues

More officers need to be specially trained to respond to calls involving mental health problems.

1984:A Reminder

No matter what the lobbyist promises, it is the legislator's responsibility to determine how he votes.

Medical Care: Next Big Cyber Threat

Ultimately, any vulnerability can be exploited by anyone who can write the code.

Second teen to join Kansas governor race

Tyler Ruzich, a Shawnee Mission North student, launched a campaign for the Republican nomination this week.

Spoofed By Equifax

Add another "oops" to Equifax's pile