An Italian doctor is being investigated after it was found that he had only worked 15 days in the past nine years, the Telegraph reports.
The Home School Legal Defense Association foiled a Kansas City public school’s attempt to issue a former student spurious truancy charges when his parents turned to homeschooling.
Florida set up its own website to help the uninsured purchase health care, but after six months only 30 people have signed up for it, and seven of them have since canceled their plans.
The split between labor unions and the Obama administration may dampen the Labor Day celebrations of congressional Democrats, who are struggling to maintain their Senate majority.
Chelsea Clinton is stepping down from her correspondent job at NBC News, according to People.
Federal regulators say hydraulic fracturing in California poses little environmental or health risk, clearing the way for oil companies to employ the practice in the Golden State.
To clear up some of the confusion about what is going on in the Middle East with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Breitbart released a map of where pro-jihadist and anti-jihadist forces are as well as which countries are currently at war.