The false alarm about an incoming ballistic missile that sent Hawaii residents scrambling for cover over the weekend still has state officials grasping for answers as to how things went so terribly wrong.
A federal judge tossed out the government's case against rancher Cliven Bundy, who famously engaged in a stand off with government officials over disputed BLM fees. The judge was none too pleased with prosecutors' conduct:
After years of waiting, the Pentagon is finally going to produce an audit of its operations.
Official Washington, and many places beyond, are enthralled by Michael Wolff's new book, "Fire and Fury." Our copy of the book arrives in a day or so.
What do federal bureaucrats think of the private sector workers they regulate? According to an investigation by the Cause of Action Institute, not much.
Those who have dedicated themselves to overturning the Second Amendment cite reams of statistics to prove that firearms are a scourge that must be eliminated. One typical statistic often cited is the number of accidental deaths due to firearms.