A U.S. intelligence official affirmed Friday that the NSA will continue to collect phone records of millions of Americans.
Two House Democrats on Monday pitched a bill that would establish a national historical park on the lunar surface.
The State Department doled out more than $630,000 to boost Facebook “likes” for four of its pages on the social media website.
Despite already widespread shortages of U.S. primary care doctors, less than 25 percent of new physicians are entering the primary care field, and less than five percent head to rural areas.
Speaking at a fundraiser for Rep. Ed Markey’s (D-Mass.) Senate campaign, Vice President Joe Biden blasted Sens. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.
Drawing fire from critics, the DOJ has been investigating a Fox News reporter for his allegedly “classified” newsgathering activities.
In his commencement address Sunday at Ohio State University, President Obama encouraged the graduating class to civic duty and defended government expansion.
As the gun control debate surges forward, critics are posing concerns about new legislation that could establish a “gun registry.”
Allegations of fraud surrounding an Obama campaign donor have ignited further controversy for the president’s reelection effort, as another prominent supporter has purportedly engaged in illegal activity.
According to the Washington Post, cancer clinics across the United States are now turning away Medicare patients, citing the sequester budget cuts in as the culprit.