Yet another report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has found incredible abuses within the IRS — this time for allowing nearly 1,000 tax-evading employees to keep their jobs.
A new report gauging how well eighth-graders in the U.S. have learned their history and civics lessons reveals extremely low levels of proficiency across a range of student demographics.
Sen. John McCain’s recent polling doldrums have been well documented. And as 2016 gets nearer, it’s hard to dismiss just how tough it may be for the five-term Arizona lawmaker to earn a sixth trip to Capitol Hill.
Republican lawmakers are criticizing a new policy at the Federal Emergency Management Agency that forces states to acknowledge climate change in order to receive some federal disaster funds.
Though her camp had been avoiding it, team Hillary apparently decided at some point that Bill Clinton needed to become a more public evangelist.
Lyndon McLellan woke up one day to discover the IRS had seized every penny of the money he had put away over the course of 13 years of assiduous, hard work.
The Obama administration’s insistence that all states must use the same federal voter registration form effectively forbids any state from verifying – or even asking about – the citizenship status of new voters.
A new report in The Harvard Crimson reveals the prestigious institution’s faculty is overwhelmingly one-sided when it comes to political giving.
Street artist Sabo makes pop art that progressive propagandists should (and probably do) envy.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has directed the Texas state guard to observe the Lone Star State’s portion of Operation Jade Helm 15, the U.S. military’s massive planned training exercise.
Just more than a month has passed since Oklahoma legislators voted to get out of the marriage licensing business. Now another conservative state is eying a similar measure.
Signers of a pledge of “solidarity” in support of traditional marriage are vowing to not abide by any Supreme Court ruling that imposes the recognition of same-sex marriage on Americans who harbor religious objections to such unions.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has disclosed the discovery of a fresh batch of previously-unknown emails tied to former IRS administrator Lois Lerner’s account.
A new review of the Clinton Foundation’s recent expenditures challenges the foundation’s boast that most of the money it spends goes “directly to life-changing work.”
Here’s an idea that should spread: forcing the federal government to do away with an old regulation every time it enacts a new one.
Anthony Batts, police chief for the City of Baltimore, ended his long day Monday by pleading with local parents of rioting teens to take charge of their kids.
The Clinton Foundation operates under an “atypical business model” and serves as a “slush fund for the Clintons,” according to a pair of nonprofit watchdog groups.
This year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner was a typically obscene and obsequious affair, celebrated in ways that suggest there’s no line demarcating professional reporters from professional propagandists.
A new study finds that global warming has stalled and that much of the climate variability attributed to man-made causes is, in fact, a product of natural processes that aren’t initiated through human influence.
Ford Motor Co. isn’t having problems selling large vehicles. But Ford can’t sell enough fuel-efficient and hybrid cars to justify keeping the plant where they’re assembled at full capacity.
Hillary Clinton’s State Department signed off on a deal that handed Russia a chunk of America’s uranium resources and benefited foreign megadonors to the Clinton Foundation. And those donations kept on coming.
Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is expected to announce on May 4 that she will seek the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
A congressional report released Wednesday accuses the IRS of intentionally hobbling its taxpayer assistance budget in order to invite the public to believe that the agency is underfunded and understaffed — and, therefore, unable to respond adequately to taxpayers’ inquiries.