Residents of 12 states–Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin–will have a happier 2015 thanks to lower tax bills, the Washington Times reported Monday.
A poll released Sunday by Bloomberg Politics shows that a majority of Americans think race relations have worsened since President Obama first took office.
Despite winning tens of thousands of small contributors, pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Ready for Hillary is already in debt.
The American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, a top fuel manufacturer, has threatened to sue the EPA for failing to meet its own deadlines on its 2015 proposal for the renewable fuel mandate.
According to Air Force documents obtained by Judicial Watch, the flight cost for President Obama’s Labor Day 2014 weekend trips for fundraising, personal business, and politicking came to a total of $1,539,402.10 in taxpayer-paid transportation expenses.
The State Department has developed quite the reputation for its Twitter account after several controversial tweets, including one endorsing a handbook that calls Jihad ‘noble.’ Tuesday’s tweet from the State Department-run account, called Think Again Turn Away, is an unconventional attempt to tell “some truths about terrorism.”
With President Obama’s administrative amnesty hanging in the balance, Democratic Sen. Carl Levin (Mich.) pointed out that Congress has the ability to stop it.
Speaker John Boehner celebrated turning 65 with a snappy response to Nancy Pelosi.
As the second enrollment period has opened for Americans, the Affordable Care Act has hit a new low in approval and a new high in disapproval, according to the latest Gallup poll, released Monday.
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban channeled Ayn Rand in a Twitter tirade Thursday.