Mitt Romney is addressing the 2015 RNC Winter Meeting in San Diego tonight, and reports are that he's going to face a tough audience.
You've probably seen the ads if you've turned on the TV at all in the last few weeks - Dish Network and Fox News had been embroiled in a weeks-long dispute over carriage that resulted in Dish dropping Fox from their satellite network.
There were numerous things both good and bad that the government did and could have done to mitigate the economic pain - but a new study suggests there was one policy that was particularly harmful.
The Federal Reserve's activities aren't limited to quantitative easing and interest rates. The quasi-bank has other economic activities - and sometimes it turns a profit.
A consistent policy goal for President Obama during his presidency is to push more Americans into college education - and particularly the traditional bundled higher ed model represented by two- and four-year colleges. It's unclear if his proposals have done much good to address the problems in the American higher education system.
In a horrific attack in Paris today, multiple terrorists assaulted the headquarters of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, reportedly shouting "we have avenged the prophet Muhammad" before fleeing by car.
A new study from a tax preparation firm has found that half of all beneficiaries of Obamacare subsidies for insurance may have had subsidies that were too large, and are going to end up with much larger payments to the IRS this year than they were expecting.
In Gallup's review of their 2014 polling of the American people, they found something surprising: for the first time ever, it was not the economy, or unemployment, or health care, or immigration that Americans thought was the biggest problem in the country.
A Department of the Treasury report this week released some of its final numbers on the auto industry bailout, with good news: "only" $9.26 billion was flushed down the drain bailing out America's labor union-dominated auto industry.
A new movement is pushing the federal government to change their standards of what "eating healthily" means to include what's best for the environment, not necessarily what's best for you to put into your body.
Speaker of the House John Boehner is incredibly likely to be re-elected as Speaker next week when the House has their leadership elections. There is no one really running against him or who has significant support.
Under California's Safe and Responsible Drivers Act, illegal immigrants will be able to apply for drivers licenses this year.
Would the fire department have been sued for dispatching "inexperienced and untrained" workers if they simply hadn't dispatched undertrained workers at all?
As the potential 2016 GOP candidates explore their opportunities, one in particular is looking for another shot: Texas Gov. Rick Perry, whose term in office will end soon and might take another shot at the national scene in 2015.
A new report out found a sharp rise in the number of police officers killed by guns in 2014, including 15 of what the Associated Press calls "ambush" shootings.
President Obama has pledged to the GOP that he won't hesitate to be obstructionist when Republicans pass legislation to affect positive change in the country.
Much has been made of the "Obama coalition," the demographic mix that carried President Obama to two electoral victories. The media has reported that Republicans face an uphill battle against this supposedly emergent, dominant electoral force.
George W. Bush was frequently mocked for his leisure trips during his presidency, but President Obama may have taken it to a new level with his golfing trips.
NLRB General Counsel Richard Griffin has brought complaints against McDonald's in response to employees alleging that they were unfairly retaliated against for discussing unionization.
Rock band Madison Rising has released the song Soldiers Christmas, which draws on lead singer David Brays experience as a member of the military and the bands work with veterans groups to both raise awareness of what military families go through during the holidays and raise money directly for the families of the fallen.
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