The Occupy protesters camping in public parks and interrupting Newt Gingrich's speeches need to take baths and get jobs, Gingrich said Saturday.
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Senate GOP leaders said on Friday that Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's previous work as solicitor general may be grounds for her to recuse herself from the court's upcoming review of President Obama's health care law.
Energy Secretary Stephen Chu refused to apologize or admit any serious error in the handling of the Solyndra loan Thursday, leading one House Republican to call for his firing.
The Obama administration's new proposal to double the fuel efficiency of cars by 2025 may cost up to $157 billion and add $2,000 to the price of passenger automobiles, according to two federal agencies.
Energy Department Secretary Stephen Chu will testify Friday that the $535 million loan to bankrupt solar panel company Solyndra was properly vetted and an unfortunate result in an otherwise successful program.
Newly released emails have renewed calls for inquiry into Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's involvement in defending the Obama administration's health care reforms while she was solicitor general.
The House of Representatives will consider a bill on Tuesday allowing concealed carry permit holders to carry handguns across state lines.
There is a greater than 50 percent chance that the United States will sink bank into a recession before 2013, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco said in a report today.
Chicago Mayor and former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel may have forgotten Solyndra, but the ongoing scandal over the failed solar company and its $535 million Department of Energy loan guarantee hasn't forgotten him.
Not so long ago, in a District of Columbia not so far away, Sen. Ted Kennedy was more than a little perverted to Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher.
The leader of a tea party group is calling for scandal-embroiled GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain to drop out of the race.
Newly disclosed emails show Democratic fundraiser and Solyndra investor George Kaiser talked directly with White House officials about the now-bankrupt solar company's $535 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy, contrary to what the White House has claimed.
With a planned student walkout scheduled for Wednesday at the University of California, Berkeley, Cal chancellor Robert Birgeneau sent a campus-wide email on Monday expressing solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
As the old trope goes, all politics are local, and that's never more true than when politicians piss off the locals.
In 2009, President Barack Obama said he didn't run for office to help out "fat cat bankers," but it appears that he has no problem with fat cat bankers --- or the fat cat law firms who represent them --- helping him.
Thousands of protesters surrounded the White House Sunday to let President Obama know they wouldn't take anything but "no" for an answer when it comes to a large oil pipeline in the works.
When solar company Solyndra was spiraling into bankruptcy, the Department of Energy paid a firm with heavy Democratic connections to analyze a potential bail out of the company --- all while Solyndra execs continued to receive hefty bonuses for their work.
The Department of Justice has canceled a controversial planned revision to Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) rules that opponents said would have allowed federal agencies to lie about the existence of records.
While taxpayers were left playing fiddle on the Solyndra Titanic, the bankrupt solar company's CEO made off with a severance package worth nearly a half-million dollars.
Solyndra is being investigated by the FBI, but that may just be the tip of the shovel-ready iceberg.