ObamaCare may be making health insurance more affordable for some people, but at the expense of their choice of providers.
Early ObamaCare enrollment data indicate that far more people are enrolling in Medicaid than in private insurance, which could prove troublesome for patients, taxpayers, and insurers alike.
The same company that built the problem-plagued ObamaCare website was tapped to disburse long-overdue Hurricane Sandy relief.
The National Security Agency is collecting over 250 million e-mail address books and instant-messaging contact lists a year, many from Americans.
Many of the "experts" arguing in the media for U.S. intervention in the Syrian civil war have strong ties to the defense industry, but these ties were rarely mentioned in connection with their media appearances.
ObamaCare supporters are finding out the hard way that there's no such thing as free healthcare: Their insurance rates are skyrocketing.
The pace of federal regulations has slowed dramatically as the government shutdown has forced agencies to furlough many of their employees.
NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander admitted that the Obama administration has been using misleading statistics to convince Americans that the NSA has successfully foiled numerous terrorist plots.
Two boys have been suspended from school in recent days for bringing gun-like objects to school — in one case, a keychain; in the other, fingers.
The Senate voted September 27 to pass a continuing resolution that restores funding for ObamaCare that the House of Representatives had denied in its version.