“We don’t need prison reform, we need the ones sending people to prison reevaluated.”
Accusation was stall tactic
For Van Drew for Congress
Natural gas a monopoly
“Politics aside, it’s crazy that they take the time to separate boys and girls during an active shooter drill.”
Backs Grossman in 2nd
Two hundred Congressional Democrats determined to take down the Trump presidency are suing in federal court, claiming the president is violating a provision of the U.S. Constitution. This lawsuit lays out the Democratic Party’s roadmap to impeachment.
Did you catch the video that surfaced last week showing a woman trying to talk about homelessness with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio as he worked out at a gym? It won’t exactly make his highlight reel when he looks for material to use in his next campaign commercial.
U.S. oil and natural gas producers are shattering records — recently overtaking Saudi Arabia and Russia to lead the world in crude oil production.
When federal environmental standards are under assault from an administration that appears bent on stalling further restrictions on the use of fossil fuels to make air even less polluted, now is not the time to abandon national clean fuel mandates.
When President Barack Obama was asked about the future of the Democratic party in a final White House interview, without hesitation he said one name: Missouri’s Jason Kander.
The national conversation that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have so long desired is coming, but not how most people expected.
Twenty-three years ago, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening disease, a malignancy which, if left unaddressed surgically, would lead to my death.
Starbucks announced they are rolling out the infamous pumpkin spice lattes a week earlier this year, Aug. 28.
The Atlantic City Rail Line, which connects the oceanside resort to Philadelphia, is being temporarily suspended beginning Sept. 5 for the installation of federally mandated safety improvements. NJ Transit, in a statement announcing the rail line suspension Friday, said service is anticipated to resume in “early 2019.”