Hoping to “send an appropriate and much needed message” to anyone thinking of leaking classified information, the Obama administration is asking a federal judge to impose “a severe sentence” on a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer who was convicted of supplying a journalist with the details of a failed CIA plot to disrupt Iran’s nuclear program.
For decades, FBI hair examiners testified in ways that helped convict criminal defendants even when the evidence was not very strong, a review of criminal cases has found.
The top 20 percent of U.S. earners pay a whopping 84 percent of all federal income taxes, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
ObamaCare's "Cadillac" tax will soon harm employer-sponsored health insurance, causing both businesses and labor unions to pressure Congress to repeal it.
ObamaCare not only puts a direct tax on the revenues of medical device manufacturers, inhibiting innovation, it has several other features that have the same negative effect.
A small-town Indiana pizzeria has been forced to close its doors and its owners’ lives have been threatened after they told a TV reporter they would refuse to cater a same-sex wedding.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, despite misgivings about ObamaCare, doesn't want it repealed and doesn't think congressional Republicans do, either.
The Obama administration announced that it still hasn't sent corrected ObamaCare tax forms to 80,000 people who received incorrect ones earlier this year.
ObamaCare enrollment is far below initial projections, in part because many people are finding that the penalty for not having coverage is cheaper than coverage.
Big businesses and banks get billions and even trillions of dollars in grants, special tax credits, and loans from the federal government, a new study finds.