Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are collecting signatures to force a vote on a measure to override the Federal Communications Commission’s January decision to implement the Restoring Internet Freedom Order.
Residents of rural Illinois may have more telemedicine options in their future thanks to a task force established by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner that will discuss expanding virtual care, or telemedicine.
While teachers have walked off their jobs in several states this spring to protest what they believe to be low pay and lack of classroom resources to support teaching, armies of bureaucrat have been bickering over implementing the massive ESSA.
Pulaski County Judge Tim Fox ruled six Arkansas farmers may spray a weed killer manufactured by Monsanto Co and BASF on their crops despite a ban on the pesticide imposed by the Arkansas Plant Board in 2017.
Roughly one in every 50 public school students in the United States was a victim of a physical assault, sexual assault, rape, attempted rape, robbery, or threatened with physical assault at school during the 2015–16 school year.
A Federal judge in Arizona has ruled wildlife managers from the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service failed do enough to protect a subspecies of wolf native to the American Southwest.
The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case concerning the forced provision of public access to private property in rural eastern Pennsylvania that could have a profound impact on property rights across the nation.
Memorial Day is more than a holiday celebrating summer’s onset. It is a holy day to remember and thank those who offered their lives so the rest of us may remain living in the land of the free and the home of the brave.