Michael Tennant

A small San Francisco bookstore is going out of business because it can't afford a minimum-wage increase approved by voters last year.

Under a new city ordinance, Seattle trash collectors are ticketing people who put too much food in their garbage cans, with fines to follow.

Over the next decade, ObamaCare will cost taxpayers $2 trillion, or $73,184 per covered person, to get fewer than half of all uninsured Americans covered, according to Congressional Budget Office projections.

"Dozens" of third-party websites track Healthcare.gov users' activity, including some very personal details, an Associated Press investigation found.

The new ObamaCare income-tax requirements will make filing tax returns an even bigger headache for individual Americans, which in turn means bigger profits for tax-preparation companies.

The IRS, claiming hardship after a small budget cut, says it won't be able to help taxpayers navigate the treacherous waters of ObamaCare this year.

U.S.businesses are failing at a faster rate than new ones are being created, suggesting that genuine economic recovery may still be far off.

Department of Health and Human Services executives are wasting millions of taxpayer dollars by upgrading their airline fares, the Washington Examiner reports.

In an effort to control the chaos created by food shortages caused by inflation and price controls, Venezuela's government sent the military to occupy grocery stores.

Thursday, 08 January 2015 10:00

FEMA: A Disaster for Taxpayers and Federalism

Because of outdated rules, the Federal Emergency Management Agency declares far more disasters than it should, costing taxpayers millions, according to a report from the just-retired Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.).