A federal judge ruled Monday that Stockton, California, is eligible for bankruptcy protection, as the insolvent city follows a burgeoning national trend.
Global concern about environmental issues has tumbled to a 20-year low since the beginning of the economic recession.
Coal-fired power plants are likely to be the first targets of President Obama's promised executive orders to enact climate-change regulations.
In his first major foreign policy speech on Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry called for collective action to tackle climate change.
A rebirth of East Coast refineries that utilize the oil drilling method known as “fracking” is altering the United States’ energy future.
Speaking against President Obama’s latest proposal for immigration reform, American Legion National Commander James E. Koutz called the ambitious plan a “bad sequel” to President Ronald Reagan’s immigration reform measures in 1986. Koutz termed Obama’s proposal a shameless form of amnesty that only encourages people to enter the United States illegally.
The Department of Homeland Security has solicited a bid for 26.1 million rounds of ammunition, adding to the 1.6 billion bullets it has purchased over the past 10 months.
Colorado lawmakers unveiled a package of bills Tuesday that would increase liability on owners and manufacturers of assault-style weapons, making them pay when criminals use those types of weapons in the commission of crimes.
A leaked report by the United Nations presents evidence that fear-mongering over global warming may be a little too ambitious.
Faced with severe healthcare changes brought on by ObamaCare, one Pennsylvania hospital will be closing its obstetrics program by the end of March, forcing prospective mothers to look elsewhere to deliver their babies.