Alabama state auditor Jim Zeigler has unveiled a novel plan to solicit the help of citizen volunteers to help his office detect and investigate government waste and abuse.
President Obama’s push for mastery over the changing climate took another step on Friday with the unveiling of a new EPA mandate aimed at the commercial trucking industry.
As Florida’s judicial system grows more burdened by an exploding population, those who can afford it are increasingly paying private judges to expedite their civil cases.
A European court ruled Tuesday that an Estonia-based website can be held liable for comments left at the site by anonymous visitors, sending a signal to other European site operators that there are clear limits on free Internet speech.
Law enforcement nationwide will have to begin obtaining search warrants to conduct aerial drone surveillance, if a bipartisan Senate bill succeeds.
Lots of politicians get positive PR by giving their time and resources to kids’ charities, but Hillary Clinton has turned that time-honored approach on its head.
President Obama admitted this week that the federal Obamacare website has been a “well-documented disaster,” but he said that it’s motivated his administration to make technological excellence in government a top priority.
Despite a federal court ruling declaring its gun law unconstitutional, Washington, D.C. will temporarily be allowed to continue requiring applicants to prove they need to own weapon.
The IRS has revealed the rediscovery of more than 6,000 previously missing emails from Lois Lerner’s trashed work computer, but it’s not allowing an inspector general’s investigation to see any of them.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign do-over junket shut out a pool reporter Monday, even though the print media had vetted his news organization to provide on-the-ground coverage for the Clinton campaign.
Santa Ana, Calif. police are investigating a bizarre incident involving several officers who behaved…strangely…at a medical marijuana dispensary during a very strange raid.
When he’s wrong, Bernie Sanders – unlike many of his progressive contemporaries – at least appears to be genuinely wrong, instead of cynically wrong.
An 11-year-old kid playing basketball in his own front yard piqued the interest of a neighbor, who evidently thought there’s something wrong with spending 90 minutes shooting hoops by yourself.
Earlier this week, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, who served during the Clinton administration, said Bill Clinton should stop taking money for speaking engagements while Hillary’s campaigning for the presidency.
The National Rifle Association is sounding an alarm over a new regulatory proposal from the Obama administration aimed at restricting access to technical information about firearms and “firearm-related speech.”
Only one state’s don’t-do-it approach to seizing your property receives a ringing endorsement from FreedomWorks, which has just released a map that assigns the 50 states letter grades to assess their civil asset forfeiture laws.
ABC News and The Washington Post discovered this week that people are more opposed to Obamacare than they’ve ever been: even during the fallout from the healthcare law’s infamously botched rollout.
The Obama administration has skirted the fulfillment of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests in order to reduce potential publicity damage to the White House.
The TSA doesn’t just stink at catching bombers; it also lays an egg when it comes to keeping potential terrorists off its own payroll.
The Social Security Administration has overpaid more than $16 billion in benefits over the past 10 years to people who weren’t eligible to receive them, including inmates, fugitives from justice and dead people.
It seems there’s no way for the unemployment rate to drop while the number of people looking for a job is rising. As a meager handful of people re-enter the labor force and begin looking for work, the unemployment rate rises.
Last month, a sizable group of Republican congressmen formally requested that the IRS review the tax-exempt status enjoyed by the Clinton Foundation. The IRS responded with a form letter.
More than three-quarters of Americans support state-level voter ID laws, even though such laws have been the target of recent court challenges and politicized attacks from the left.