Starting next year, Indiana is set to eliminate food stamp benefits for tens of thousands of people who either cannot get a job or refuse to attend job training, The Indianapolis Star reports.
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A poll conducted by the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication (CPC) indicates that 56 percent of adults in Delaware are interested in seeing the state legalize marijuana, the Washington Post reports.
President Barack Obama's immigration policy has left most illegal immigrants with clean records untouched, only focusing on illegals with criminal records and repeat border violators, a new study shows.
The Obama administration issued new guidelines to federal agencies Thursday stating that long-term unemployed workers shouldn’t be discriminated against in hiring decisions, The Washington Post reports.
A new report shows that the Small Business Administration, an agency tasked with providing loans to small businesses, is associated with negative income growth, as it encourages loans to risky projects.
A Government Accountability Office (GAO) report shows that federal agencies routinely issue contracts to firms while neglecting to conduct even the most basic market research.
The Health and Human Services inspector general has determined that New York misspent millions of dollars in incorrect billing for Medicaid, since no one decided to pay any attention to beneficiary eligibility.
When an Army civilian police officer disclosed that other officers were receiving unearned pay approved by the manager, the Army rewarded his whistle-blowing efforts by promptly trying to fire him, the Washington Post reports.
The State Department is urging its health insurance providers to expand coverage for the transgendered, The Washington Post reports.
U.S. taxpayers have to foot the bill $486 million dollars worth of aircraft the Defense Department decided to destroy, according to interim research conducted by the inspector general.
A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows that 55 percent of Americans believe that President Barack Obama does not deserve the Nobel Peace Prize.
Operation Choke Point, the shadowy project initiated by the Department of Justice to target financial institutions deemed against the public interest, has been challenged by a new advocacy group.
Federal regulators are concerned that a subprime bubble is developing in the auto market, but lenders are denying the claim, arguing that further regulation would be a huge mistake, the Washington Examiner reports.
Lawmakers in Washington state are furious after Boeing accepted a $8.7 billion tax break over 27 years, and then promptly announced plans to move jobs outside of the state, reports The Washington Post.
Since the war on ISIS began in June of this year, the Pentagon has spent $1.1 billion dollars on the U.S. military, allowing them to aggressively target terrorist operations in Iraq and Syria, The Hill reports.
Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez argued Monday that the U.S. needs to take serious regulatory measures to curb the flow of counterfeit prom dresses, The Hill reports.
Health care providers defrauded Medicaid to the tune of $29 million dollars by coordinating with a day care center for mentally ill adults to steal patient information, the Washington Examiner reports.
A Muslim inmate in an ultra-maximum security prison in Arkansas is petitioning the Supreme Court to allow him to violate existing regulations for religious purposes and wear a full beard, CNN reports.
Criminal charges and jail time are now a thing of the past for marijuana possession in Maryland. The drug has now been decriminalized, reports The Washington Post.