Policy and Politics

Court rules California’s COVID-19 shutdown of gun stores violated Second Amendment

Two California counties were found to have violated the Constitution’s Second Amendment when gun and ammunition stores were deemed nonessenti

Former White House Physician Demands Biden Take Cognitive Test After Weird Presser Breakdown

The former White House physician Ronny Jackson reacted to Joe Biden displaying more brain freeze during his second press conference in office

Biden attempts to clarify 'minor incursion' comment, says any Russia troops into Ukraine 'invasion'

President Biden on Thursday attempted to clarify remarks a day earlier in which he suggested Russia might launch a "minor incursion" into Ukr

Joe Biden Approval Rating Hits Record Low as He Reaches One Year as President

President Joe Biden continues suffering record-low approval ratings as he marks one year as president.

New research suggests COVID was less deadly than thought in first year of pandemic

COVID-19 was less lethal across nearly every age group in its first full year than previously thought, according to an updated review of glob

Youngkin fires back after school officials refuse order that empowers parents on face masks in schools

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) fulfilled nearly one dozen campaign promises upon entering office, issuing nine executive orders including o

Federal appeals court sends case about Texas abortion law to the state's Supreme Court

A federal appeals court on Monday handed off a case regarding Texas' new abortion law to the state's Supreme Court, on which primarily Republ

Glenn Youngkin’s Inauguration Brings High Expectations for a New ‘Trajectory’

As Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) term comes to a close, the Saturday inauguration of Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin brings with it lofty goals

Biden plans new restraints on law enforcement

President Joe Biden plans to roll out executive actions on police reform in honor of Black History Month this February, three sources familia

Judge rules absentee ballot drop boxes illegal in Wisconsin, regulators must retract guidance

A Wisconsin judge has ruled that the absentee ballot drop boxes widely deployed during the 2020 election are not allowed under state law, a d

Supreme Court Strikes Down Biden’s OSHA Mandate 6-3, Preserves Religious Objections

The Supreme Court dealt a massive blow to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 policy, striking down his massive vaccine mandate on employers while

Democrats support photo ID to dine out in D.C. but oppose it for voting absentee

The nation's capital under Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser is set to institute some of the nation's strictest COVID measures, effective Saturd

Virginia Attorney General-Elect Will Challenge Biden Admin Vaccine Mandates

Jason Miyares tells the Free Beacon mandates would be 'devastating' for employers

Border Security Expert Explains How Technology Can Be Used to Stop Drug Cartels While Limiting Costs

Christie Hutcherson of Women Fighting for America appeared on Big League Politics Live to discuss her efforts fighting to secure the border.

Newsom's healthcare plan in California covers illegal immigrants

Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a plan to expand Medi-Cal coverage to many income-eligible residents regardless of immigration status on Monday as

Education Secretary Requested Letter from School Board Association Comparing Parents to Terrorists

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicited the National School Boards Association (NSBA) letter to the Biden administration that compared p

Biden's FDA prioritizes race in administering life-saving COVID therapeutics

For Americans suffering from COVID-19 and seeking life-saving treatment, they may find themselves put on a waitlist depending on their skin c

New York City Mayor Signs Law Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

New York City Mayor Eric Adams enacted a measure Sunday that will allow more than 800,000 non-citizens in the city to vote in municipal elect

Another Disaster: U.S. Economy Added Just 199,000 Jobs in December

The U.S. economy added just 199,000 jobs in December and the unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent.