With only one year left in office and an opposition Congress, President Obama plans to push his agenda by enacting thousands of regulations in the space of a few months.
Irish pastor James McConnell, tried for preaching a sermon in which he said he didn’t trust Muslims, was acquitted Tuesday of all charges by a Belfast judge.
Nonprofit and charitable organizations are raising alarm bells over a proposed IRS regulatory change that they say could have a “chilling effect” on donations.
Responding to a request from 35 senators, the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services has opened an investigation into possible legal violations by fetal tissue researchers receiving federal grants.
An Irish evangelical preacher was put on trial for allegedly making "grossly offensive" remarks about Muslims, namely that he doesn't trust them.
The Senate passed a bill repealing significant portions of ObamaCare — the first time it has ever done so — and defunding Planned Parenthood.
Released from a gag order after 11 years, a former Internet service provider revealed the information the FBI sought to obtain about one of his clients with a National Security Letter.
The federal government's schools for American Indians are among the worst in the nation despite ongoing reform attempts, proving that federal involvement in education is a bad idea.
Because of the existence of federal subsidies, farmers are overproducing peanuts, putting taxpayers on the hook for $2 billion.
UnitedHealth Group, the nation's largest health insurer, announced recently that it is considering withdrawing from the ObamaCare exchanges because of heavy losses.