The number of women in jail has increased from under 8,000 to 110,000 since 1970.
The Education Department announced a series of new policies.
The group's new poll shows the senator trailing her likely Democratic opponent.
“I can’t believe I’m endorsing Hillary Clinton for president, but I am,” Larry Pressler said.
Rep. Poe said the rapist should pay more for the "dastardly deed."
The think tank Third Way found what it calls “stunning levels of institutional failure.”
The changes will take effect Nov. 1, barring congressional action.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. wants answers from the FDA and the product's manufacturer.
Thomas J. Donohue swiped at candidates who advocate “walling off America.”
The Judiciary Committee announced the formation of the Task Force on Executive Overreach.
Gun control advocates say U.S. laws make it easy for terrorists to get firearms.
The Senate and President Obama are both expected to approve of the bill.
In a separate decision, the agency said beef could also be imported from Brazil.
The group will hold a series of roundtable discussions on police and the communities they serve.
The case has drawn national outrage.
The group is focused on gun control and veterans.
Rep. Jackie Speier read aloud the victim's emotional statement.
The regulatory cut off is nearing for the administration to finalize controversial new rules.
The groups want free and fair elections and a vote on Obama's Supreme Court nominee.
The reforms would save the Bureau of Prisons $5 billion, the task force said.
McDonough "confident" that administration isn't done with executive actions.
"Nobody is demonizing the ownership of guns," Cuomo said.
James Maines, Jr., admitted to forwarding the images to his House email account.
About 1,800 healthy horses under government control were killed.