In the wake of the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision, congressional Democrats have introduced legislation to strike the words "husband" and "wife" from federal law.
The House voted Wednesday to revive the long-expired but still funded No Child Left Behind Act, albeit with some modest reforms, when they should simply have defunded it.
Health insurers are seeking double-digit rate increases for many ObamaCare exchange plans, suggesting that the exchanges are already entering a "death spiral" of high costs and losses.
Teachers in British public schools may search students’ lunch boxes and “confiscate, keep or destroy” any items they find that violate school food policies, declared U.K. Education Minister Lord Nash.
ObamaCare's insurance co-ops are fast running out of money, yet their executives are being rewarded with huge salaries.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that ObamaCare's insurance subsidies can continue to flow to individuals buying insurance on the federal exchange despite clear statutory language to the contrary.
Despite his and Democrats' denials, a recently released trove of e-mails shows that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber played a central role in getting ObamaCare drafted and passed.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the government, under a New Deal-era program, could not confiscate a portion of a grower's raisin crop without compensating him for it.
The Food and Drug Administration announced a ban on the primary source of trans fats in processed foods, effective in three years.
The federal government is storing large amounts of personal information about Healthcare.gov users in perpetuity, raising serious privacy concerns.