A climate-change skeptic delivered a 44-page report debunking many of the alarmists' claims to the 2016 UN Climate Conference in Morocco.
The British parliament passed a law creating the most extensive surveillance state in the western world, forcing companies to track customers' Internet and phone communications and create "back doors" for government hackers.
A hotel and apartment complex in Kabul, Afghanistan, remain unfinished and abandoned years after the developers got $85 million in loans from a U.S. agency, an inspector general's report reveals.
Democrats worked to "scare" Chief Justice John Roberts into upholding ObamaCare on two occasions while publicly warning the court to avoid politicized rulings, a leaked e-mail shows.
President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans have both vowed to repeal ObamaCare, but will they be willing and able to keep their word?
U.K. residents are being fined and threatened with prosecution for failing to keep their homes and yards up to their neighbors' standards, and even for things they do inside their homes, under a 2014 crime act.
Arizona's ObamaCare exchange will have only one insurer and skyrocketing premiums next year, a symbol of the healthcare law's nationwide failure.
A Pennsylvania Christian charity that feeds the homeless will no longer accept USDA food because a new regulation would force the organization to stop offering prayers before meals.
AT&T is profiting handsomely by providing government agencies with data about telephone calls and other communications without requiring search warrants.
Lord Shinkwin, a disabled U.K. lawmaker, called for an end to language in the country's abortion law that permits the killing of a disabled unborn baby at any time up to delivery.