A February 2012 ski trip enjoyed by first lady Michelle Obama and her two daughters cost taxpayers at least $83,000, according to records obtained by Judicial Watch.
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The best way for young people to deal with the poor job market is to get into politics, said Mia Love, the Republican candidate in Utah’s 4th Congressional District, at a bloggers breakfast Thursday morning.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) picked a fight with pig farmers Wednesday, announcing its intent to sue 51 pork producers over what it said was a failure to report discharges of ammonia into the environment.
Imprisoned Iranian pastor, Youcef Nadarkhani, was already sentenced to death in 2010. Now he is set to be tried for new charges of crimes against national security.
Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder bypassed his state's legislature and struck a $2 billion deal with Canada to build a U.S. taxpayer-funded bridge from Detroit to Windsor, Ontario. Now a taxpayer group is playing a trump card: a November ballot measure that would put the construction decision in the hands of Michigan voters themselves.
North Carolina is moving forward to legalize hydraulic fracturing --- commonly called fracking --- after an accidental vote by Democratic state Rep. Becky Carney overrode Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's veto on Monday.
After being suspended for making offensive comments about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Politico reporter Joseph Williams says he's out.
Many have gotten used to Ann Curry appearing on their television screens every morning. But that’s all set to change, according to reports.
Why let drug dealers make a profit when the government can? That seems to be the theory behind Uruguay’s plan for a government takeover of the marijuana industry.
A positive THC urine test might be indicative of marijuana use, but it also might be caused by using baby shampoo.
Oregon State University chemistry professor Nicholas Drapela was fired without warning three weeks ago and has still been given no reason for the university’s decision to “not renew his contract.”
This week, Purdue University officials will vote on the school’s next president. And one possible candidate is Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels, WISH-TV reports.
Former Democratic Vermont governor Howard Dean told liberal activists at the Take Back the American Dream Conference on Tuesday that he hopes the individual mandate gets thrown out by the Supreme Court, the Washington Examiner reported.
Ann Romney, the wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, told WJR Detroit’s Frank Beckmann that she doubts she and her husband would vacation overseas as frequently as the Obamas have, The Hill reported.
Medical marijuana providers are getting the raw end of the deal when it comes to the Obama administration’s prosecutorial discretion.
Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a vocal critic of the Obama administration, says he will not follow the Obama administration’s new policy that will allow as many as 800,000 illegal immigrants to remain in the United States legally.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul wants people to know that his endorsement of Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination does not signify an abandonment of his libertarian political beliefs.
Sweden is taking equal rights to a whole new level.
They say sex sells; in this case, literally.