In an arbitrary ruling, a U.S. district judge has determined that 54 Colorado county sheriffs have no standing to join a lawsuit stating that two recent state laws violated the Second and 14th Amendments.
With their nearly vertical rise in price, the digital currency Bitcoins are coming under increased scrutiny by skeptics and naysayers.
Political expediency and pressure from the Democrat party forced Colorado State Senator Evie Hudak to resign rather than face a recall election.
Early estimates of nine Senate races in 2014 show that Obama's falling poll numbers are helping Republicans.
The Bitcoin is no passing fancy but is gaining credibility daily as a better alternative to central banks' fiat currencies.
Cost overruns are the norm for companies assisting in the development of the ObamaCare website, yet they received contracts despite histories of failure, fines, and fraud allegations.
Tehran interprets nuclear agreement differently than White House; Top Democrats and GOP hostile to, or wary of, dangers it unleashes.
The mathematically inevitable end of one of the Ponzi schemes in Social Security draws closer as the number of disability recipients continues to increase.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) estimated that as many as 100 million Americans will lose their group insurance coverage because it doesn't meet the mandates of ObamaCare.
Fitch and Moody's downgrades of Chicago's general obligation bonds are markers on the road to Detroit for America's third largest city.