Heading into a midterm election year, a new AP-GfK poll suggests Americans hold Congress in strikingly low regard, and nearly two-thirds say they would like to see their House member replaced.
The number of people seeking health insurance under Obamacare more than doubled in November to around 250,000, according to a government report on Wednesday, showing the landmark healthcare law is still far from its goal of extending coverage to millions of uninsured Americans.
Wry and witty conservative Jodi Miller brings laughs to all the latest headlines.
Healthy, young Americans need to enroll in order for Obamacare to succeed. However, the law has proven to be a tough sell.
After making her wait 8 hours, a Clark County, Nevada Commission decided to hear Daphne Lee speak against the National Defense Authorization Act.
Lawmakers still do not know what the cost of the Obamacare rollout is, especially since no numbers have been placed on the costs of the tech surge needed to address problems with Healthcare.gov.
President Obama joined world leaders in Johannesburg Tuesday to memorialize the former South African President, Nelson Mandela. "Mandela understood the ties that bind the human spirit," Obama said, "we achieve ourselves by sharing ourselves with others."
Congress had to pass Obamacare to find out what is in it, according to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). What America is now learning is that the bill will redo all healthcare, for all people, as a way to socialize the system, Charles Krauthammer said on Fox.
The phrases "Merry Christmas," "Happy Hanukkah," and "Happy holidays" are being protected in classrooms by Texas state law.
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner was sentenced to three months of home confinement and three years of probation for harassing women. "To all of you I make the same promise I made to my family," Filner said, "to earn back your trust and my integrity no matter how long it takes."
President Barack Obama, former president George W. Bush and their spouses boarded Air Force One Monday to attend the funeral services of Nelson Mandela. Former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter will also travel to South Africa to pay their respects.
A bakery that refused to sell wedding cakes to same-sex couples has been ordered to do so following a court battle.