Dom Raso highlights a bureaucratic flaw that's unfairly stripping veterans of their Second Amendment rights — and tells you how to help get it fixed.
Companies in the U.S. boosted payrolls by 215,000 in November, much better than experts predicted.
Policy makers must take into account that Americans aren't giving like they used to, according to American Enterprise Institute President Arthur Brooks: "Americans have an unparalleled history of giving generously to others. Traditionally, we've made this manifest in federal law by letting citizens deduct charitable contributions from their taxes."
Undocumented illegal immigrants can begin receiving driver's licenses in Illinois this week. The measure is a major test for the legislation.
President Obama performed a linguistic sleight of hand with the website 'fix', Charles Krauthammer said on Fox News Tuesday: "Amazon refreshes its best seller list every hour...Every hour. And these guys say we're going to have to wait a month until we'll be able to tell you how many enrolled? This thing is absolutely nonfunctional."
Republican Rep. Raul Labrador from Idaho lamented during a Capitol Hill hearing that Democrats who would constantly "b**ch and whine" about George W. Bush don't seem to be concerned at all about how President Obama uses his power.
Bloomberg chief markets correspondent Scarlet Fu displays where the United States ranks globally on scores in math, reading and science - figures that have major implications for the future workforce and economy.
Fast-food workers are rallying with labor unions for a national strike Thursday. Workers claim the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour is not adequate. They are pushing for the unlikely sum of $15.00 an hour.
The U.S. is urging North Korea to release an 85-year-old American who's been detained for more than a month. North Korea state media showed video of Merrill Newman and said that he has apologized for "hostile acts" against Pyongyang.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius wrote an op-ed touting Healthcare.gov's "dramatic" improvements and the Obama administration's debatable success at meeting Sunday's self-imposed deadline for a fix.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie criticized President Obama's Obamacare lie and defended his veto of the New Jersey version of the DREAM Act for illegal immigration reform.
Barbara Walters announced her chosen 10 most fascinating people of the year, Tuesday. Jennifer Lawrence, Edward Snowden, Robin Roberts, Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, “Duck Dynasty” stars, the royal baby Prince George and Pope Francis have all made the list. Walters will pick one individual as "most fascinating" Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 9:30 p.m. ET.
The largest expansion of Internal Revenue Service authority in recent memory will occur due to its role in enforcing Obamacare's individual mandate. "There are up to four dozen new jobs that the IRS is going to have to accomplish in regards to its charge on Obamacare. Some of them aren't going to be easy given all the moving parts and, the fact that, elements of this website still haven't even been built yet on the backend," explained Townhall's Guy Benson.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should take the heat out of his row with U.S. President Barack Obama, his top coalition partner said on Tuesday, warning that the spat over Iran was not helping Israel.
The Christmas federal holiday was signed into law 143 years ago by President Ulysses S. Grant. "Christmas is a Christian holiday marking the birth of the Christ Child," according to usa.gov. Despite this acknowledgement, many organizations have come down with "happy holiday syndrome" in their attempt to remove Jesus Christ from Christmas, Bill O'Reilly said Tuesday.
Daniel Defense submitted an advertisement to be run during this year’s Super Bowl, but it was rejected out of hand (twice) by the league for being in violation of their rules regarding content which is deemed too offensive and on their prohibited advertising categories list.