During the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Hearing on July 6, 2016, Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) grilled administrators from three federal agencies (Homeland Security, Federal Prison System, and Bureau of Land Management) about the safety and accounting of their guns and ammo lockers. (Data Source: OpenTheBooks Oversight Report – The Militarization of America | Learn more at....
In British households and across the United Kingdom, the question of whether the nation should break away from the European Union split along one clear dividing line. In general, older voters voted to leave, while younger voters wanted to remain. Hari Sreenivasan talks to people on both sides of the generation gap about the factors that influenced their choices and how they see the outcome.
One of the more common questions asked regarding universal basic income, is whether or not we can afford it. AEI scholar, Charles Murray explains the costs behind the program and how it compares to the current system.
Could gerrymandering change the course of the 2016 election? And what even qualifies as gerrymandering? What looks like simple redistricting to one person might seem like an outrageous distortion to another, and what looks like an unfair bending of lines could be an earnest attempt to conform to the Voting Rights Act. The Atlantic’s Caty Green sat down with staff writer David Graham to talk....
As more and more states struggle with declining rural populations, these areas are experiencing an acute challenge in hiring and retaining lawyers. PBS NewsHour Weekend correspondent Christopher Booker travels to South Dakota to find out about a state program that is offering money to attract attorneys to more remote parts of the state..