Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made a poignant visit to the Virginia Military Institute on Wednesday, her first trip to the state-funded school she profoundly changed some 20 years ago by striking down its all-male admissions policy.
Block granting Medicaid is a centerpiece of health proposals supported by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Rep. Tom Price, Trump’s nominee to run the Department of Health and Human Services. But what would this look like, and why is it so controversial?
Trump's Supreme Court Pick Is A Disciple Of Scalia's 'Originalist' Crusade
The late Justice Antonin Scalia may not have been the original originalist, but he popularized what once had been a fringe legal doctrine. He argued for it both on and off the U.S. Supreme Court and brought originalism into, if not the mainstream, then …
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How the Senate's once-revered traditions are falling victim to partisan divide
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For those outside Washington, government institutions seem equally dysfunctional. Inside the Beltway, however, the Senate occupies a somewhat special place. The upper chamber is often revered – especially by its own members — as a more thoughtful, …
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President Donald Trump won’t have to face voters for several more years, but his policies will be on the ballot in just a few months.
The pitched resistance to the Trump administration’s early onslaught of executive actions and controversial Cabinet nominations has increasingly come to be defined and inspired by a coalition of the unassuming — bureaucrats and mostly anonymous civil servants.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's focus on agriculture, rural employment and infrastructure in his Budget for 2017-18 shows Narendra Modi government's ability to balance growth with prudence, billionaire Gautam Adani said on Thursday.
In 2015, a Delhi court exonerated Sreesanth along with two other players in the case registered by Delhi Police which invoked the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).