The federal government could save billions by cutting duplicative programs, according to an annual report released by the Government Accountability Office.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $150,000 to study adding warning labels to soda.
Environmentalists have long waged war on our feathered friends, but now they have their sights on a new target: endangered apes.
The “internet as we know it may not exist” now that net neutrality has officially ended, the media are warning online.
Senator Chuck Schumer’s office said the Democratic minority leader is too busy to meet with pro-Israel activists who support the nomination of Ken Marcus to lead the Department of Education’s office of civil rights.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over a quarter of a million dollars creating “talking circles” to fight alcoholism.
The National Science Foundation is expanding a study of transgender children as young as three years old, giving the project’s researcher an additional $1 million.
Teachers’ union president Randi Weingarten is plotting a teachers’ strike to shut down schools in Puerto Rico, according to a conversation overheard Friday in the first-class car of an Acela train heading to New York.
The New York Times has come up with a new defense against so-called climate denialists who happen to point out that most polar bear populations are steady or increasing amidst climate change: The ice hasn’t disappeared as fast as we said it would.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said on Thursday the government would not heed calls from Senate Democrats to investigate a private broadcaster for its “news activities.”