Straw purchases are among the most common firearms trafficking pathways. They’re also one of the hardest problems in gun regulation to solve.
Since 2012, McCarthy’s leadership PAC spent more than 10 times what other Congressional leaders did on private jets, restaurants and lodging.
The gunman in a mass shooting that left three dead at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, was an academic who was seeking work at the university, according to sources familiar with the investigation.
In California’s conservative northern reaches, residents say that urban Democrats like Gov. Gavin Newsom are failing to acknowledge the limitations of electric vehicles in rural areas.
The Palestinian cause — and hostility toward Israel — has shifted from the sidelines of student activism to a robust political movement at U.S. colleges.
Santa Cruz leaders say downtown high-rises would ease housing costs. Activists call the plan ‘out of character’ for the laid-back beach town and are fighting new construction.
Matthew Pritzker was removed from invitations to the Biden fundraising event after he was accused of unwanted sexual acts and sued for $25 million.
Gentrification is easy to spot if you know where to look. If homes in your neighborhood follow these trends, gentrification might be on the way.
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Russian lawmakers have set the date of the 2024 presidential election for March 17, moving Vladimir Putin closer to another six-year term in office.