The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has blasted President Barack Obama for holding a partisan meeting to discuss the nation’s immigration policies.
A civil rights group and several prominent media organizations have requested the release of footage of a high-profile case involving gay marriage in California.
The National Institutes of Health and the Alzheimer’s Association have added some much-needed updates to the guidelines used by physicians and scientists to diagnose and research the disease.
A downgraded credit rating for the United States has lifted gold prices to record levels.
Tea Party groups across the United States staged rallies this past week to coincide with tax day, and some liberal Americans have done their best to disrupt these peaceful gatherings.
Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has accused the Federal government of stifling job growth in the technology sector with compliance regulations.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has rejected two pieces of legislation that received ample support from GOP lawmakers.
A Federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that challenges the government’s observance of National Day of Prayer, which is set for May 5 this year.
In the wake of a Congressional budget standoff and military action in Libya, President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have fallen to near-record lows.
Nearly half of American households did not pay a Federal income tax this year, according to the Tax Policy Center.