On his first day in office, President Trump signed an executive order that would relieve the economic burden that Obamacare has caused, fulfilling a promise he made on the campaign trail.
The average deductible for a silver plan through the Affordable Care Act, one of the law’s most popular health insurance plans, is projected to jump 20 percent to $3,703, according to a report from Avalere Health.
The U.S. Army announced on Thursday that it would adopt a new sidearm manufactured by Sig Sauer.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe, an Obama appointee, ordered a new ammunition ban for certain federal lands on Thursday–his last full day in office.
Missouri is one of three states to take up right to work in as many weeks after its House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday.
New Hampshire could become the nation’s 28th right to work state after the GOP-controlled Senate passed a bill banning union membership as a condition of employment.
Treasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin on Thursday vowed to close tax loopholes and expand economic growth through tax reform and job creation.
The Trump administration is seeking major cuts to federal spending upon taking office, with plans to eliminate agencies and programs to reduce the budget by over $10 trillion.
An ally of the Muslim Brotherhood who was imprisoned in Egypt until mid-2015 visited the White House earlier this week, according to photos posted on social media.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over a half a million dollars to determine why some couples drink a lot of alcohol, and others do not.