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.
Planned Parenthood marked its 100th birthday on October 16, celebrating a legacy of racism and abortion at taxpayer expense.
More than one million Americans are going to lose their ObamaCare exchange plans next year, and many will have to settle for more expensive and less generous coverage.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D), formerly an enthusiastic ObamaCare supporter, now says the healthcare law “is no longer affordable for an increasing number of people.”
The United States’ first offshore wind farm is going to cost about $17,600 per home it will power and do little to reduce either electric rates or carbon emissions.
The Supreme Court temporarily stayed a lower court’s ruling that a Virginia transgender student has the right under federal law to use the boys’ bathroom.