Washington State’s most populated county is establishing new controversial programs to address its more than 7,000 court cases, which await action. The initiative includes using non-profit community groups to decide the fate of offenders rather than a judge.
Senators returned to Capitol Hill following a Thanksgiving recess to talk coronavirus and economic relief. On Monday, members of the upper chamber met to discuss a stimulus package in hopes of reaching a deal by the end of the year.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is asking the Supreme Court to rule on his lawsuit to allow religious schools to reopen.
Restaurants across the Golden State are rising up in defiance against Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s order shutting down outside dining.
President Trump’s legal team held a public hearing with Arizona GOP state legislators on election integrity. During Wednesday’s meeting in Phoenix, officials laid out evidence related to electoral compromise and irregularities.
The Trump administration is looking to implement a new rule through the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to keep banks from discriminating against fossil fuel companies by way of denying them finances.
Georgia Secretary of state Brad Raffensperger is investigating third-party groups attempting to register out-of-state voters for the crucial Senate runoff elections.
Passion was running high in Raleigh, North Carolina when protesters on both sides of the aisles engaged in civil discourse.
According to Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the Chinese Communist Party is supporting the Democrat Party’s effort to steal the election from President Trump.