The biggest boondoggle in California history is now under the microscope of the U.S. Department of Transportation as costs continue to climb on a multi-billion dollar high-speed rail project that routinely misses deadlines and blows through budgets.
Texas and six other states have filed a lawsuit against the federal government seeking to end the Obama-era program that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children.
A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that Rep. Doug Lamborn should be on the Republican primary ballot, finding Lamborn would likely prevail in a lawsuit contending his dismissal from the ballot last week was unconstitutional.
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Outrage is brewing over a political ad for Georgia gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp. Surrounded by guns, and cleaning one on his lap, the conservative businessman appears to threaten a minor. Nathan Rousseau Smith reports.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein vowed Tuesday that the Justice Department is “not going to be extorted” after members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus drafted articles of impeachment against him.
“We’re actually thinking of a sixth — and that would be the Space Force,” he said, after calling out the existing military branches. “Does that make sense? Because we are getting very big in space, both militarily and for other reasons and we are seriously thinking of the Space Force.”