Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) warned Americans this week of a proposed rule change at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services which would allow government bureaucrats to renew HealthCare.gov consumers’ policies automatically each year without any knowledge of individual circumstances.
A wide-ranging survey conducted by Military Times shows that 55 percent of active-duty service members disapprove of the commander in chief’s job performance, compared to just 15 percent who approve.
The number of Americans who believe “race relations” or “racism” is the most pressing problem facing the United States is the highest it has been since the nation watched Los Angeles burn in the wake of the 1992 Rodney King verdict.
What do President Barack Obama, former Gov. Mitt Romney, actor George Clooney, CNN host Fareed Zakaria, British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, longtime conservative pundit Charles Krauthammer and Fox News senior producer Justin Craig have in common?
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s notable, yet not unexpected, break from his party on President Obama’s decision to move toward normalizing relations with Cuba has ruffled some Republican feathers and sparked a feud with Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, the GOP’s go-to man on U.S./Cuba relations.
‘Tis the season for people with nothing better to do to argue over whether religious holiday displays like as Nativity scenes have a place on public property. But according to the results of a recent poll, a majority of Americans have no problem with the displays.
The president and first lady recently told People magazine stories of what they feel were “racist experiences” they have endured being black in America. But some Americans might have a tough time taking the Obamas seriously.
A federal judge in western Pennsylvania declared portions of President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions unconstitutional in an opinion handed down Tuesday.
New projections out from the Census Bureau show that the U.S. is on track to be a “majority minority” nation by 2044, with white Americans making up just under half of the population.
Matt Drudge of Drudge Report fame and a handful of other members of the conservative punditry took the Republican rollover in the latest budget debates to mean that President Barack Obama must have some salacious dirt on House Speaker John Boehner. But the reality is actually probably less exciting.
Veteran journalist Barbara Walters was surprised during a taping of her “The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014″ when she was informed by billionaire industrialist Charles Koch that he considers himself a social liberal.
A Hialeah, Florida, cop who has managed to rack up 16 internal affairs complaints over his 17-year career decided to try for another last month when he pulled over a motorist because he didn’t like the music coming from the young man’s car.
A group of family members of the tragic 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School have filed a wrongful-death lawsuit implicating the manufacturer, distributor and seller of the AR-15 rifle used in the commission of the crime.
The war in Afghanistan, America’s longest-running military conflict, has cost U.S. taxpayers nearly $1 trillion. And there’s no end in sight. That’s according to a duo of reports released Sunday by The Financial Times and corroborated by independent researchers.
The idea of raising the nation’s minimum wage is often championed by entry-level and low-skilled workers, many of whom are forced to live paycheck to paycheck. But a new study from the University of California at San Diego shows that minimum wage hikes can hurt the very workers they are purported to benefit.
A vast majority of Americans think the United States is more politically divided than it has been in years past, and few believe there’s hope for ending partisan gridlock in Washington anytime soon.
The White House’s haste to plant the current president on moral high ground and distance him from George W. Bush-era torture has left some pundits wondering how Obama can reconcile his own actions while condemning those of his predecessor.
Charging that members of Congress have failed to pass reforms to combat American gun violence, 200 lawmakers from 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia have formed an alliance dubbed the American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) on Wednesday dubbed an intelligence authorization bill that sailed easily to passage in the House “one of the most egregious sections of law I’ve encountered during my time as a representative.”
Gun rights advocates are calling on lawmakers to force a government shutdown because of a $1 billion provision included in the trillion-dollar government funding package that would advance President Barack Obama’s gun control agenda.
If Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) decides to run for president in 2016, he’ll have fellow Kentucky Republican lawmaker Mitch McConnell’s support.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) has continued his vocal criticism of President Barack Obama’s immigration actions this week, saying the “breathtaking,” lawless executive amnesty goes beyond immigration by threatening to delegitimize the country’s institutions.
Draft legislation created by Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) would make it easier for U.S. states to opt out of the Common Core by prohibiting the federal government from “mandating, incentivizing or coercing” states to adopt the education standards.