A bipartisan group of lawmakers have launched a new caucus in the House of Representatives to honor and raise awareness of the more than 100 million people killed under communist regimes. Representatives Dennis Ross (R., Fla.), Marcy Kaptur (D., Ohio), Dan Lipinski (D., Ill.), and Chris Smith (R., N.J.) announced the creation of the Victims …
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday released draft guidance to help chain restaurants and groceries comply with an Obamacare regulation that requires calorie labeling on menus.
The front page of the New York Times Monday morning was shocking. A woman won the New York City marathon! Impossible!
Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt has received an unprecedented amount of death threats, requiring a 24-hour security detail, according to an editorial published in the Wall Street Journal.
Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt said Tuesday the days of “political science” are over at the agency, announcing a new conflict of interest policy that prevents individuals sitting on EPA scientific boards from receiving grants from the agency.
Small business groups, pizza chains, and grocery associations are worried that the Trump administration is moving ahead with an ambiguous Obamacare rule that mandated calorie counts on menus.
The New York Times is shocked that retired four-star Marine general John Kelly has “strong feelings on patriotism,” in a new profile attempting to sound the alarm against the president’s chief of staff.
Democratic New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing public schools to replace their school lunch menus with all vegetarian options, starting with “Meatless Mondays” to reduce the city’s carbon footprint.
The National Park Service told the Washington Free Beacon it is no longer providing funding for a controversial project “honoring the legacy” of the Black Panther Party after outrage that the agency would spend taxpayer dollars to memorialize a group that murdered a park ranger in the 1970s.
The National Science Foundation is spending roughly $175,000 on an anti-obesity study that involves taking pictures of food before obese people consume it.