The Supreme Court this month received the first round of briefing in a case that could cure one of the newest, most significant abuses in our civil justice system: massive class actions that lawyers file on behalf of people who are not injured....
The fundamental flaw of the Vienna nuclear deal is that it does not demand the regime to strictly comply with universal human rights.
Rejection of the agreement would open the way for Iran to expand its nuclear capacity and deny us the option for tougher inspections.
The right choice is for Congress to codify those sanctions in place immediately.
States that adopt a carbon tax can demonstrate the policy’s viability and inform both federal and international efforts.
The IRS audit process has become increasingly abusive and newly released court documents show why.
For the last few decades, Congress has been all too happy to delegate away its responsibilities to regulatory agencies.
An increasing number of policymakers are turning away from sound science and embracing so-called “right to know” laws.
EPA and NRDC agreed that the carbon-emission requirements would have to be sold on public health grounds.
For the first time in decades, it didn't feel safe to be on American soil.