On Friday, a judge overturned a 33-year-old injunction that made it difficult to detect Medicare and Medicaid fraud.
Congress should order federal agencies to eliminate 75% of their televisions.
The health care overhaul makes it harder to deduct dental and other medical expenses.
They’ve decided that if Obamacare is overturned by the Supreme Court, they’ll battle it out state by state.
If I were Joe, I’d be worried.
The president’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show wasn’t cool. It was meaningless.
If fundamental changes in the underlying management culture of federal agencies aren’t made, the GSA scandal won’t be the last time taxpayer funds disappear.
The $260 billion bill is a half-step in the right direction, but do Republicans have the guts to get the rest of the job done?
With the New Hampshire primary just days away, here are some things to keep in mind about the state’s residents.
I remember the non-stop media coverage and the surprising anti-Catholic bigotry of my neighbors.
The committee’s GOP chairman is blocking bipartisan attempts to cut farm subsidies.
A better approach would be to try to convince voters that he has a good relationship with his wife.
The Dallas pastor says that Mormonism is a “cult” and Catholicism is a “Babylonian mystery religion.”
He doesn’t want to jeopardize the reforms he has instituted in New Jersey.
Despite their superficial differences, Chris Christie and Pete du Pont are kindred spirits.
The Gipper would own up to having made a mistake.
The president finds himself in a similar predicament to the one that George H.W. Bush faced 20 years ago.
Those who were expecting ranting and hate speech were sorely disappointed.
If increased government spending were a sure-fire path to prosperity, West Virginia would be rich. Tellingly, it isn’t.
The 2008 banking meltdown made Americans question their fundamental assumptions about life.