In case you forgot, the VA is still terrible.
Whether it's how ethanol subsidies are terrible or how college kids need to get over themselves, Jay Leno has been on point lately.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows that GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul currently leads likely Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in two of the nation's crucial swing states.
Rand Paul is already marketing himself as the millennial-friendly choice for 2016. But one thing is not boding well for him.
Rand Paul already has his first day in the White House all planned out. Step 1: end NSA spying.
In New Mexico, cops will no longer be able to seize property merely on the suspicion of a crime.
Last year, Congress blocked the Justice Department from prosecuting marijuana use in states that have legalized it. But now DOJ does not want to comply.
The Obama administration’s thirst for gun control has not put much of a damper on gun sales—in fact, quite the reverse.
You probably associate the surveillance state with the post-9/11 national security bulk-up. But it in fact, we have something quite different to thank for mass phone surveillance: the drug war.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive for five years by the Taliban, was charged Wednesday by the U.S. military with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy and could get life in prison if convicted.
You’re probably familiar with CrossFit—you know, that fitness thing that one Paleo friend of yours is always posting about (#WOD #PR #fitnessgoals, etc.)
Little League baseball star Mo'ne Davis has a skill level beyond her years. We already knew that part. But when she was provoked by an insult on that insult factory known as Twitter, she showed that her maturity level may be her most professional trait of all.
Rand Paul’s latest effort at distinguishing himself from the rest of the 2016 field: shunning New Hampshire for the younger, hipper crowd at the South by Southwest conference in Austin.