Increases in Medicaid enrollment reportedly will coincide with a decrease in payments made to doctors, in turn reducing access to medical care for Medicaid enrollees.

Sony Pictures Entertainment released The Interview just days after saying the film was dead. All the major chains had refused to show the movie — which depicts a successful assassination attempt on the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — for fear of a terrorist attack. Now the controversial movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco is showing anyway. So what's next?

As if the American people needed more evidence that the Obama administration’s Justice Department was out of control after six years of non-stop scandals, it was recently revealed that the DOJ was funding a “community” organization linked to a controversial rap music video glorifying the murder of New York City police officers. The group in question, Bronx Defenders, has received at least $1.5 million in U.S. taxpayer dollars from the Department of Justice, and played a prominent role in the pro-cop killing music video. The link between the widely condemned rap production and the DOJ made headlines this week after two New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers were murdered, execution style, under the guise of obtaining “revenge” for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. 

The NSA has been forced to admit it has violated Americans' personal privacy thousands of times — and even transgressed its own insanely loose rules — with warrantless surveillance, thanks to a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union. The NSA released a series of quarterly reports from 2001 through 2013 revealing many ongoing privacy violations against Americans on its website in a document dump just before the Christmas holiday.

A local dispute in Gilbert, Arizona,  has now become a national issue on a critical part of the Bill of Rights: Reed v. Town of Gilbert.