The Obama administration wants the failed ObamaCare co-ops to pay back their federal loans before they pay doctors and hospitals, possibly leaving healthcare providers with millions of dollars' worth of unpaid bills.
A proposed Labor Department rule regarding investment advisers could have a chilling effect on the speech of popular advisers such as Dave Ramsey.
A Chinese court sentenced a husband-and-wife team of Christian pastors to significant jail time and heavy fines for opposing the removal of their church's cross by the government.
ObamaCare, supposedly designed to protect Americans from big insurance companies and their denial of costly care, has itself led to larger healthcare conglomerates and rationing of care.
A one-word change to a footnote in the Trans-Pacific Partnership has the potential to impose significant criminal penalties on individuals and entities caught violating copyright laws even if those violations cause no harm to the copyright holders.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker stripped Planned Parenthood, the nation’s leading abortion provider, of up to $8 million in taxpayer funds when he signed two bills into law Thursday.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans, including many cancer patients, are finding their troubles multiplied by ObamaCare paperwork and co-op failures.
The Department of Homeland Security reported that hundreds of its badges, firearms, computers, and cellphones were either lost or stolen over a 31-month period.
Emergency rooms across the country are facing a severe shortage of drugs, many of which are necessary to save lives — and, as usual, government is largely to blame.
A Kansas appeals court upheld a lower court’s injunction against a law banning abortions in which the unborn baby is dismembered alive — and discovered a “right” to abortion in the state’s constitution.