The president of Yemen pardoned a journalist whom President Obama personally kept from being pardoned two years ago because he had reported the truth about a U.S. attack on Yemeni civilians.
Four days after his acquittal in a Florida court, George Zimmerman emerged from hiding to help rescue a family trapped in their overturned vehicle.
Under ObamaCare, the federal government is building a computer system linking federal and state agencies and containing a vast amount of personal information on all Americans.
The House of Representatives voted to delay ObamaCare's employer and individual mandates by a year, though the bills aren't expected to pass the Senate or be signed by the president.
Thanks to recent Obama administration rulings, people wanting taxpayer-subsidized health insurance next year can get it even if they aren't eligible for it.
With the blessing of the Obama administration, Alabama — along with many other states — has established student achievement standards that differ by race and other factors, with blacks and Hispanics expected to perform much more poorly than whites and Asians.
Facing increased health insurance costs under ObamaCare and its employer mandate, the Wegmans supermarket chain announced that it will no longer offer health coverage to many of its part-time employees.
The Obama administration's Operation Fast and Furious has claimed two more victims: a Mexican police chief and his bodyguard.
The IRS and other federal agencies legally pay employees to do work on behalf of labor unions — a practice congressional Republicans are determined to publicize if not end.
Two health insurers have announced that they are abandoning California's individual insurance market next year, forcing 58,000 people to find coverage elsewhere.