Facing increased health insurance costs under ObamaCare and its employer mandate, the Wegmans supermarket chain announced that it will no longer offer health coverage to many of its part-time employees.
The Obama administration's Operation Fast and Furious has claimed two more victims: a Mexican police chief and his bodyguard.
The IRS and other federal agencies legally pay employees to do work on behalf of labor unions — a practice congressional Republicans are determined to publicize if not end.
Two health insurers have announced that they are abandoning California's individual insurance market next year, forcing 58,000 people to find coverage elsewhere.
The Social Security Administration has been paying millions of dollars in benefits to dead people over periods ranging from two months to nearly 20 years.
California's health-insurance exchange is spending $1 million in part to teach Los Angeles school students to promote ObamaCare at home.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been vacuuming up data on Americans' financial transactions in direct violation of both the Constitution and the law that created the bureau.
The U.S. Park Police has no idea how many guns it possesses or where they are, according to an inspector general's report.
In a new policy statement, the American Academy of Pediatricians recommends that pediatricians affirm LGBTQ youths' lifestyle choices and join in advancing the homosexual agenda in schools.
A new poll finds that small-business owners are slashing jobs, work hours, and expansion plans in advance of ObamaCare's implementation, about which they are extremely pessimistic.