President Obama wants the FCC to increase a cellphone fee to fund high-speed Internet access in schools.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced new Justice Department guidelines aimed at reducing the number of federal prosecutions and prisoners and the sentences of some low-level, nonviolent drug offenders.
A four-judge panel of the New York Supreme Court's Appellate Division unanimously upheld an earlier decision overturning New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on super-sized sodas.
Some congressional Republicans want to pass a spending bill that defunds ObamaCare, but not everyone in the GOP is on board.
The president of Yemen pardoned a journalist whom President Obama personally kept from being pardoned two years ago because he had reported the truth about a U.S. attack on Yemeni civilians.
Four days after his acquittal in a Florida court, George Zimmerman emerged from hiding to help rescue a family trapped in their overturned vehicle.
Under ObamaCare, the federal government is building a computer system linking federal and state agencies and containing a vast amount of personal information on all Americans.
The House of Representatives voted to delay ObamaCare's employer and individual mandates by a year, though the bills aren't expected to pass the Senate or be signed by the president.
Thanks to recent Obama administration rulings, people wanting taxpayer-subsidized health insurance next year can get it even if they aren't eligible for it.
With the blessing of the Obama administration, Alabama — along with many other states — has established student achievement standards that differ by race and other factors, with blacks and Hispanics expected to perform much more poorly than whites and Asians.