A bipartisan group of congressmen introduced legislation to prevent the Food and Drug Administration from expanding ObamaCare's mandate for nutrition labeling of chain-restaurant food to smaller restaurants, supermarkets, and convenience stores.
The Defense Department is seeking a $150-million upgrade to the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, making it clear to the prisoners — already on a hunger strike over their desperate and worsening situation — that they are there to stay.
Australia's carbon tax, instituted just shy of nine months ago, is already contributing to a record number of business failures Down Under.
Citing the Constitution's supremacy clause, a federal judge struck down a Missouri law allowing individuals and employers to opt out of the ObamaCare contraception mandate for moral or religious reasons.
ObamaCare's new medical device tax isn't just making human healthcare more expensive; it's also raising the cost of veterinary care.
A state Supreme Court judge struck down New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on the sale of large-sized sugary drinks one day before it was set to go into effect.
A former TSA screener says the agency's screening process is nearly worthless and its employees are people "who could never keep a job in the private sector."
In the aftermath of a bungled project, the Transportation Security Administration allowed airports to give security clearance to people without first doing background checks on them — and it has no idea who these people are.
Some Senate Republicans, backed by their leadership, are proposing a plan to avoid mandated sequestration cuts by letting President Obama decide what to cut.
In a bid to save money, including new ObamaCare health-insurance fees, employers are increasingly dropping health coverage for employees' spouses.