The health insurance industry has been pushing hard for restrictions on drug prices, but the industry’s leading trade association suggested on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton’s plan to combat “price-gouging” will only make the problem worse.
A scientist calling on the federal government to prosecute those who question his position on global climate change has paid himself and his wife millions of dollars in federal grant money, public records show.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has suspended the law license of the Democratic state attorney general Kathleen Kane, who is currently faces eight criminal charges and could see another felony tacked on shortly.
I wish I could say I liked Alexander Hamilton before it was cool. The truth is that I rode the same wave of resurgent popularity that has now given audiences the most creative, compelling, original telling of America’s founding in pop culture memory.
I say pop culture, not high culture, since Hamilton, the hip-hop musical that has taken Broadway by storm since opening in July, is at once a masterpiece of musical theater and a highly entertaining, accessible telling of America’s founding.
Newly released Federal Election Commission filings raises a number of legal questions about a Super PAC supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
From political reporters to Democratic operatives to Harlem preachers, few in New York City seem impressed by Bill de Blasio two years into his mayorship.
U.S. Postal Service employees were forced to work in “deplorable” conditions for years at a facility in New Mexico, according to a recently released inspector general report.
Republican leaders are in discussions with a key bloc of House conservatives over ways to sanction Planned Parenthood for what some say is potentially illegal activity while avoiding a legislative fight that could result in a government shutdown.
The office of Kentucky’s governor failed to provide documents through an open records request that show the Democrat’s staff collaborating with the White House and leading environmental activists on a controversial anti-coal regulation, according to a conservative legal group.
In the wake of a diplomatic agreement that will dramatically expand Iranian access to global oil markets, the White House on Tuesday said that it opposes legislation to give American oil companies that same access.