President Obama signed a bill yesterday giving the Food and Drug Administration new power to regulate the manufacturing, marketing and sale of tobacco.
A new poll released jointly by NBC and the Wall Street Journal has shown President Obama’s favorability ratings falling, while former vice president Dick Cheney appears to be gaining in popular opinion.
Capital flows to where it feels secure. The recent leftward tilt of the U.S. Government has sent money flowing to places other than the U.S. Dollar. Read this article to learn what that means to you…
U.S. Census workers are on the streets of America. But they’re not just counting the number of people in each house. In fact, the census doesn’t even start until next year. Read this story to find out what the government has them doing now…
Following an announcement from earlier this week, President Obama has laid out his plans for sweeping new regulations of the financial system.
Amid a fierce debate on the best ways to pursue a healthcare reform, it has emerged that the nation’s largest health insurer rewarded its employees for cancelling coverage of sick patients.
White House officials have announced President Obama will sign a memorandum on Wednesday which will extend health and other benefits to gay partners of federal employees.
President Obama will deliver a speech on Wednesday in which he is expected to announce a plan for a sweeping overhaul of the financial system regulation.
The Justice Department has filed legal papers to dismiss a case in which a same-sex couple is seeking a determination on whether their union is entitled to be acknowledged by states that do not recognize same-sex marriage.
The nation’s highest court has rejected the challenge to the "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy introduced during the Clinton Administration.