Beginning January 1, the manufacture and importation of Thomas Edison's incandescent light bulb will essentially be banned in the United States under a 2007 law.
The Obama administration recently announced that it would essentially be forcing insurance companies to give free coverage to people who have signed up for coverage on an exchange but not yet paid.
Volunteer fire departments across the nation, with the aid of at least one congressman, are fighting to ensure that they are not subjected to ObamaCare's costly employer mandate.
Since 2007, private-sector employment has declined in almost all states, leaving government with an ever-larger share of the labor force, according to a new study.
The National Security Agency is keeping track of the locations of hundreds of millions of cellphones all over the world, according to the latest documents from Edward Snowden.
The Obama administration announced Thanksgiving Eve that the federal insurance exchange for small businesses will not be ready to enroll employees until next November, 13 months after it was supposed to be operational.
According to the General Accountability Office, the Transportation Security Administration has spent $900 million on a program to detect suspicious airplane passengers but has failed to nab a single terrorist.
Because of ObamaCare, as many as 80 million Americans could receive health-insurance cancellation notices next fall, just in time for the midterm elections.
An Obama administration official told a House subcommittee Tuesday that "30 to 40 percent" of the supporting code for the federal ObamaCare website still has to be built.
A Washington State woman cited by President Obama as an example of ObamaCare's success now finds that she cannot afford insurance under the law.