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.
CIA Director John Brennan recently told a TV news program that U.S. intervention in foreign countries can actually make the United States less safe.
The Obama administration is proposing regulations that could “censor online speech related to firearms” and subject violators to “severe” penalties, the National Rifle Association (NRA) warns.
An internal Transportation Security Agency (TSA) undercover investigation has revealed that the agency’s airport checkpoints are almost complete failures when it comes to preventing explosives and weapons from being taken onto airplanes.
Running short of cash, state ObamaCare exchanges are considering merging some of their services, which may be difficult and could lead to a nationwide health exchange.
Between 2003 and 2012, the number of American children being homeschooled rose nearly 62 percent, according to U.S. Department of Education estimates.
"Medicaid enrollment under Obamacare is skyrocketing past expectations,” reported Politico, and that means big trouble for federal and state budgets and hospital emergency rooms.