The box on federal job applications asks whether a person has a criminal record.
The former senator appeared at an event marking the 25th anniversary of the ADA.
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.
The late Frank Kameny will be inducted into the agency's Hall of Honor.
Sen. Mike Lee is planning to introduce legislation to protect religious institutions.
An American cyberattack on North Korea half a decade ago was fruitless overall, sources say.
Lawmakers said DOD needs to update its equal opportunity policies to include sexual orientation.
Gay marriage supporters are hopeful the court could legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
The EPA said it could take over 100 years to regulate 1,000 chemicals under the bill.
Lawmakers are reintroducing legislation to close background check loopholes.
The Prohibition-era ban prohibits the USPS from shipping beer, wine and distilled spirits.
Lawmakers were joined by members of the Charleston, S.C. community on Wednesday.
Teachers in California say union shops in public workplaces violate the First Amendment.
The 5-4 ruling says discrimination cases can be based on disparate-impact claims.
Under the new standards, Head Start preschoolers will go to school for a full day.
The lower court struck down the law denying bail to illegal immigrants charged with felonies.
A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
EWG's report comes as lawmakers debate how to reform the nation's chemical laws.
Two competing bills to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act are before the Senate.
Sens. Tom Udall and David Vitter are leading a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
A request for a new war authorization is expected within the next week.