American citizens may get a brief reprieve from the non-participation tax at the center of the massive 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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Although President Barack Obama and the establishment media routinely describe a potential federal default as "unprecedented," the United States government has flaked on its debt service several times, and one expert says the current default has already begun.
President Barack Obama is still mulling over an offer by Republicans to raise the debt ceiling and allow the federal government to continue borrowing money after it reaches the government's borrowing limit next week.
Federal Reserve chair nominee Janet Yellen Wednesday suggested that she will put a renewed emphasis on "jobs" in her role as Chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank.
Shirley Sherrod, the Department of Agriculture official who lost her taxpayer-funded sinecure after Andrew Breitbart posted a video of Sherrod revealing her struggle to overcome anti-white racism, has expanded her multi-year crusade against the late media entrepreneur by suing his unoffending widow, a mother of four who is loved by all who know her.
Every major economic indicator in the United States improved during and after the Clinton-era government shutdown that has dominated news analysis columns throughout the "defund Obamacare" debate.
"This is nothing short of madness... the GOP is prepared to let one hostage go...while putting a gun to a new hostage."
A top Democratic flack in one of the country's most Democratic state capitals became the first victim of the Obamacare defunding campaign Friday night when he was fired for filthy and reckless tweeting.
The blue building with medieval battlements across the street from Washington, DC's Navy Yard is a 19th Century structure that originally housed a public transportation garage and now holds the business offices for a charter school.
Lawrence Summers, the former Harvard University president whose reputation as an economic genius proved useless when his work for the first Obama economic team produced the longest period of stagnation in the postwar era, has quit his campaign to become Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad is prepared for a potential U.S. attack thanks to a world-class war machine that relentlessly pursues the enemies of the Arab republic on sea, on land and in the air, according to video evidence currently getting wide circulation on pro-Syrian television stations.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regional influence is collapsing into chaos even as American plans for attacking his country stall out.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner's endurance in the face of mounting sexual harassment accusations may be driven by his need to get out of an even bigger problem: a federal criminal investigation that has received little attention from the national media.
The rapid unwinding of Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell's political career has astounded many observers with its raw displays of venality and entitlement, but one self-styled expert says the problem is that Old Dominion's head honcho should be paid even more.
The State Department admitted Friday that Secretary of State John Kerry was lounging on his private yacht off Cape Cod during the military coup in Egypt.
More than two weeks after news that the Internal Revenue Service spent $49 million in public funds on expensive confabs between 2010 and 2012, Washington legislators are still trying to find out why the Treasury Department withheld these expenses from congressional investigators last year.
Michael Hastings, a 33-year-old reporter for Buzzfeed whose Rolling Stone report on comments made by aides to Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal ended McChrystal's career, died early Tuesday in an explosive one-car crash in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
While professional politicians and the mainstream media have united in denouncing National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden as a criminal, the American population is reserving judgment on the former Booz Allen Hamilton contractor.
William Binney worked as a National Security Agency analyst for nearly 30 years, eventually becoming the technical director of the of the world geopolitical and military analysis and reporting group. After retiring from the NSA in 2001, Binney became an increasingly vocal critic of the intelligence community, raising alarms about mission creep, wasteful projects and surveillance of law-abiding Americans. Although he still collects a pension from his old employer, the NSA has yanked his security clearance and his home was raided in 2007 as part of a leak investigation in which he was eventually cleared. Binney spoke with The Daily Caller about the latest NSA revelations from his home in Maryland.