Politics of the United States
The court said Joseph Arpaio lacked legal standing to challenge the president's policy.
“Let’s put our money where our mouths are," Rep. Luis Gutiérrez said.
The rule forces federal contractors to report labor law violations.
Arizona voters claim partisanship motivated how congressional districts were drawn.
What it would mean if the Supreme Court ruling on Obergefell v. Hodges comes Friday.
In an interview with Morning Consult, the Senate Majority Leader said TSCA is on the agenda.
One in six universities limit free speech on campuses to certain out-of-the-way areas, or zones.
Lawmakers said DOD needs to update its equal opportunity policies to include sexual orientation.
Chris Murphy said Dems are not "wildly optimistic" that McConnell will schedule a vote.
Gay marriage supporters are hopeful the court could legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
A more comprehensive civil rights bill will be introduced later this spring.
The transgender worker wasn't allowed to use the women's bathroom.
A recent report found that 55 percent of schools have restrictive speech codes.
The former senator appeared at an event marking the 25th anniversary of the ADA.
Lawmakers were joined by members of the Charleston, S.C. community on Wednesday.
It was a big day for the justices -- but they aren't finished yet.
The Supreme Court may be hestitant to label people as homophobic, one expert said.
Sen. Mike Lee is planning to introduce legislation to protect religious institutions.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said the requirement would "help save lives."
The House bill would require gun show operators to register with the attorney general.
Lawmakers say billions of taxpayer dollars are being wasted due to poor management practices.
Rep. Steve King said his bill would stop courts from "destroying traditional marriage."
Groups are hoping Sen. Schumer will fight for new and exisiting safeguards.
Employees in Dubai allegedly took Middle East leaders on expensive trips to influence sales.