The Obama administration has committed very little resources to enforcing the executive actions on gun control it touted publicly last month.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by nearly 400 points at one point on Monday, down 2.39 percent to 15,817.97, while the S&P 500 fell by 2.3 percent. Since the beginning of year, the Dow has fallen by 9.13 percent.
Coercive unionism may be coming to an end in West Virginia despite threats from Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to veto right to work legislation.
Colorado veterans seeking health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs faced excessive wait times and, in some instances, denied care, according to a new watchdog report.
The National Institutes of Health is spending more than $200,000 on a “novel” study using food trucks to get Hispanic construction workers to stop smoking.
A labor union is calling on Bill and Chelsea Clinton to cancel their appearance at an upcoming conference at the University of California Berkeley unless the school takes measures to improve its treatment of contract workers.
The chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee introduced legislation on Wednesday that would reform air traffic control by establishing an independent, non-profit corporation to modernize and provide the service, outside of the federal government.
The level of cocaine intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard in 2015 rose by more than 50 percent due to an extreme increase in total cocaine flow into the United States, according to a new Department of Homeland Security report; the increase in cocaine smuggling has continued despite millions of dollars spent by the U.S. government to reduce the number of shipments flowing into the country.
Members of Congress laid into a notorious pharmaceutical executive on Thursday for his high-profile drug price hikes, but some of those same legislators own stock in companies that are fighting efforts to rein in drug prices.