The richest people in the world are no longer concentrated most heavily in the West. They’re concentrated in the burgeoning Far East.
With a stroke of the pen, President Obama on Tuesday created a new initiative authorizing the U.S. government to conduct behavioral experiments on citizens, with the aim of collecting data to streamline government programs.
Only one week after John Kerry hired her into a new State Department “transparency czar” role, reports have surfaced that Janice Jacobs is directly involved in Clinton’s email scandal.
He hasn’t been snatching headlines away from Ben Carson and Donald Trump recently, but Scott Walker just offered up an idea that should get him at least a moment’s worth of attention: abolishing public-sector unions entirely.
A newly released survey from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) reveals “how little college graduates and the general public know about the Constitution.”
As Democrat-led states have watched their in-house Obamacare exchanges go belly up, an interesting phenomenon has followed from each failure.
Newly-released court documents show a five-month gap in the set of emails Clinton voluntarily turned over to the State Department for review.
If potential customers aren’t willing to sign on for what’s supposed to be mandatory coverage, there’s only one place the money to shore up Obamacare can come from.
The company that expected to get paid for automating the fleecing of Cleveland drivers has been left holding the bag after voters there overwhelmingly turned down a proposal that would have continued the use of traffic cameras.
The House GOP got a big boost in its lawsuit against Obamacare this week when a federal judge ruled that the plaintiffs have the legal standing to make their case.
Bernie Sanders doesn’t have a problem telling people he’s a socialist, so why is it that the mainstream television news networks do?
The summer of 2015 set a record for the number of firearms sold in the United States, if the FBI’s background check data is anything to go by.
The most transparent thing about appointment of Janice Jacobs as the new “transparency czar” is that it’s just more of the same political pawn-shifting.
He hasn’t even announced his candidacy yet, and Joe Biden’s polling numbers are already giving Team Hillary cause for concern.
It’s become a trope in the mainstream press to associate the surprising and enthusiastic support for Donald Trump with the rabid ignorance of low-information voters. Well, that’s all been blown up.
Martin O’Malley plans to stage a Sept. 16 protest outside the headquarters of the DNC for protecting Hillary Clinton, its favored candidate, with a weak and underexposed debate roster through the primary season.
The August jobs numbers are out from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and it’s more of the same: record numbers of people out of the labor force, a completely artificial (and tiny) dip in the unemployment rate, and a surge in part-time workers who’d rather be working full-time jobs.
The net migration away from states dominated by Democrats and toward those led by Republican administrations is continuing apace.
People who get locked up for shooting other people almost never use a gun they obtained legally. That’s the conclusion researchers reached after crunching the numbers behind Chicago’s violent inmate population.
A former IT staffer for then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to refuse to testify before a Congressional Benghazi panel, invoking his 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Gwen Ifill, a woman who relies on you to earn her living as a PBS news anchor, got a chiding this week after using her Twitter account to seemingly gloat over President Obama’s Iran deal.
A pro-gun control group is stepping up its tactics in its ongoing war on open carry, encouraging people to call the police on anybody they see exercising their legal right to bear arms.
President Obama’s special assistant, arrested last month for allegedly shooting a handgun at her boyfriend, has been indicted on a count of first-degree assault, as well as other charges.