U.S.businesses are failing at a faster rate than new ones are being created, suggesting that genuine economic recovery may still be far off.
Department of Health and Human Services executives are wasting millions of taxpayer dollars by upgrading their airline fares, the Washington Examiner reports.
In an effort to control the chaos created by food shortages caused by inflation and price controls, Venezuela's government sent the military to occupy grocery stores.
Because of outdated rules, the Federal Emergency Management Agency declares far more disasters than it should, costing taxpayers millions, according to a report from the just-retired Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.).
ObamaCare's insurance exchanges, intended to increase competition in insurance markets, are actually far less competitive than the pre-ObamaCare markets, according to a Heritage Foundation report.
Under a proposed federal regulation, insurance exchanges would have the option of reassigning some exchange enrollees to cheaper health plans than the ones they selected in the past.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin announced Wednesday that he would not ask the state legislature to move forward with a planned universal healthcare system because it would require impossibly high taxes.
Hospitals and free clinics across the nation are closing due to ObamaCare, which is also causing care to be rationed.
Attorney General Eric Holder has decided not to force New York Times reporter James Risen to reveal the source of classified information he published, a Justice Department source told reporters.
In an effort to reverse declining school-lunch sales, at least two school districts have tried rewarding students for buying the new and unpopular federally mandated lunches.