The President Barack Obama Administration has decided to not ask for further review from a Federal appeals court in Atlanta following a ruling that struck down a central part of the healthcare overhaul.
The price of gold rose by a sharp margin following a move by investors to the safe-haven metal due to the current market turmoil.
The Federal government pays millions of dollars per year to dead people, including deceased retired workers.
The former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Joe M. Allbaugh, noted that the U.S. needs to do a better job securing the border with Mexico.
Internal Revenue Service data shows millionaires already pay taxes at a high rate.
A group of House Republicans will investigate the controversies surrounding the White House and several companies that received significant levels of government funding.
Though Sarah Palin has been portrayed by the mainstream media as someone who only relates with far-right Republicans, many of her ideas bridge the gap between the two political parties and appeal to many Main Street Americans.
Several key tobacco companies have filed a lawsuit concerning the unConstitutionality of being forced to place graphic warnings on their packs of cigarettes.
President Barack Obama has highlighted a specific bridge in Ohio to act as a symbol for the implementation of his jobs plan and fixing America’s infrastructure.
In a recent speech at the White House, President Barack Obama indirectly took a shot at the anti-tax pledge embraced by many Republicans. “Anyone who has signed some pledge to protect every single tax loophole so long as they live, they should be called out,” Obama said.