President Barack Obama will now attend a dedication ceremony next month for a new memorial honoring disabled American veterans, a major reversal in course that comes several weeks after the Washington Free Beacon first reported on the president’s initial decision to decline attending the event.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent more than $2 million to promote how joining a community choir can be beneficial to older adults.
The government is currently financing a five-year project that is recruiting 450 “minority elders” to participate in choirs at senior centers in San Francisco.
A professor from John Jay College co-authored a piece for the Huffington Post saying that global warming is what really lead to the rise of ISIL.
Obamacare subsidies will not be available for residents of states that are not running their own insurance exchanges, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
India’s prime minister met with the president of a leading liberal think tank during a swing through Washington this week after his government enlisted the services of a lobbying and public relations firm founded by that think tank’s former chairman.
Military veteran Jonathan Knight spent five-and-a-half years in the military. He used that training to escape a carjacker.
On Sunday, Swiss voters rejected a plan to get rid of the country’s private health insurance system in favor of a state-run plan.
The stage, drapes, and sound system for an 18-minute speech by President Barack Obama cost taxpayers nearly $100,000.
“Elite Productions,” the go-to company for prominent Democratic politicians such as Bill and Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi, put on the set for Obama’s speech to troops at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla., on Sept. 17. The company provided “stage, drapery, and audio/visual equipment,” according to a contract document made public by the Air Force last week.
Government watchdog groups and transparency advocates are asking the Obama administration to review its policy of having the White House sign off on an expanded number of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests—a procedure they say causes significant delays.
The environmentalists that are pouring millions into the 2014 elections continue to profit from the very energy practices that they attack, according to a stinging op-ed by Michael James Barton in the New York Post.