Attorney General Eric Holder has decided not to force New York Times reporter James Risen to reveal the source of classified information he published, a Justice Department source told reporters.
In an effort to reverse declining school-lunch sales, at least two school districts have tried rewarding students for buying the new and unpopular federally mandated lunches.
The UN climate conference in Lima, Peru, is on track to have the largest carbon footprint of any UN climate conference to date.
The Small Business Administration has guaranteed billions of dollars in loans to luxury businesses, exclusive clubs, big corporations, and well-heeled investment firms, a new report shows.
Because of technical glitches, delays, and bad design, ObamaCare's SHOP exchange isn't attracting small-business owners or their employees.
A Treasury Department inspector general will soon release thousands of previously withheld or allegedly lost IRS emails related to two cases in which the Obama administration is accused of using the agency for political purposes.
Profiting handsomely from the Affordable Care Act, big insurance companies have become some of the Obama administration's most valuable allies in promoting and defending the law.
The Republican-run House of Representatives approved a 67-percent tax hike on duck hunters Monday, using a voice vote so members could avoid accountability for their votes.
The second year of ObamaCare exchange coverage brings higher insurance premiums and a major increase in the penalty for not having coverage.
The feds have turned dissent into a crime, using vague federal laws and selective enforcement to prosecute enemies of the Obama administration — expect more to come.