The Pentagon said Friday that 34 U.S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries suffered in this month's Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi air base, and that half of the troops have returned to their military duties.
Five of the seven fastest-growing states in the U.S. during 2019 went red in the last presidential contest, according to a trend tracked by Yelp that could come into play as a bevy of Democratic hopefuls look to unseat the Republican incumbent in a race that will heat up soon.
The Supreme Court is hearing a case about the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and justices may rule the agency to be unconstitutional. That would throw the status quo into disarray.
Research shows that weight discrimination is common in the American workforce and that negative attitudes toward high-weight people may be increasing. Michigan is the only state in the country that has a law explicitly outlawing it.
You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to figure out that if tax revenues are surging and the debt is still rising, then the culprit for all the red ink has to be increased government spending, writes Jake Novak.
The New Orleans Saints are going to court to keep the public from seeing hundreds of emails that allegedly show team executives doing public relations damage control for the area's Roman Catholic archdiocese to help it contain the fallout from a burgeoning sexual abuse crisis.