Running short of cash, state ObamaCare exchanges are considering merging some of their services, which may be difficult and could lead to a nationwide health exchange.
Between 2003 and 2012, the number of American children being homeschooled rose nearly 62 percent, according to U.S. Department of Education estimates.
"Medicaid enrollment under Obamacare is skyrocketing past expectations,” reported Politico, and that means big trouble for federal and state budgets and hospital emergency rooms.
Lacking funds and enrollees, Hawaii's ObamaCare exchange is preparing for the worst: closing up shop and turning things over to the feds.
A large contingent of Christian leaders is declaring that they will not acquiesce to government attempts to redefine marriage, regardless of the cost.
California's ObamaCare exchange is running deep deficits and has no real plan to become solvent in the future — and many other states are facing the same situation.
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.