Though Armenia is a party to the conflict and a guarantor of the NKR’s security, the core problem is between Azerbaijan and the NKR.
Federal regulations cost the average U.S. household almost $15,000 a year.
Either the Department of Educartion inadvertently displaced 70,000 students without a plan for how to handle them, or it took actions knowing full well that a system incapable of absorbing these students would be their only recourse.
The program wastes precious resources on weapons that do not contribute to Britain’s national security.
The FCC should give up its desire to regulate and allow the Internet to keep improving as it has for decades.
If we’re serious about curbing opioid misprescribing, misuse and abuse, we need mandatory physician education. Now.
The CSPTP is probably the most anti-small business piece of legislation ever passed by Congress.
Americans want action to stop threat.
Congress's stopgap measures are inconvenient for most agencies, but when it comes to Indian Health Service funding, these delays are measured in lives.
The federal government’s response to domestic violence has been part of the reason “WhyILeft.”