More than two-thirds of the ObamaCare co-ops have failed, with even more likely to go under in the near future, thanks in part to hefty fees imposed by the Obama administration.
A nongovernmental organization used a $350,000 State Department grant to build up its infrastructure and then employed that infrastructure in an effort to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu.
ObamaCare enrollees' high claims — nearly double those of other beneficiaries — are driving insurers into the red, which is likely to cause large premium increases next year, a new study reports.
Soda taxes, such as the one Philadelphia is set to impose, do nothing to combat obesity but do harm the poor, according to a Competitive Enterprise Institute report.
The Republican-dominated Alaska legislature just passed a bill to bail out its state's ObamaCare exchange, which is already beginning to show signs of a death spiral.
Next year, nearly 100,000 Coloradans are poised to lose their ObamaCare exchange insurance, and those who don’t lose it may face premium hikes as high as 40 percent, according to a preliminary report from the Colorado Division of Insurance.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill to reform the civil asset forfeiture process, making it harder for law enforcement to confiscate property and easier for owners to recover their confiscated property.
Two Senate bills have been amended to give the FBI its long-sought power to search Americans' e-mails, and possibly their web-browsing history, without a warrant.
An openly homosexual Texas pastor who sued Whole Foods Market for allegedly putting an anti-gay slur on a cake he bought has withdrawn his lawsuit, admitting the entire story was a hoax.
The FDA recently announced that certain antibiotics it approved have "disabling and potentially permanent serious side effects," adding fuel to a lawsuit alleging that a former FDA commissioner suppressed information about these side effects for personal gain.