Tennessee lawmakers are waiting for the Department of Veterans Affairs to respond to a letter outlining problems with the state’s VA hospitals in order to allow the Office of Inspector General to begin an official investigation.
The Obama administration’s proposed overtime regulations could severely limit the autonomy of workers and employers, according to business groups and legislative critics.
Politico Pro Labor reporter Mike Elk renewed his effort to unionize the Arlington-based publication after Salon joined the Writers Guild on Thursday.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services secretly paid out over a billion dollars in improper hospital claims earlier last month, despite auditors labeling them unnecessary previously.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) spent almost $20,000 on a video of dummies being blown to bits by fireworks and set on fire by sparklers.
The number of taxpayer-funded abortions performed in Minnesota in 2014—3,858—increased from the previous year, with the majority of those abortions occurring in unlicensed and uninspected clinics.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending more than a half a million dollars to create a social media campaign that persuades mothers to tell their daughters not to go to the tanning salon.
The number of applications for gun carry permits in Washington, D.C., more than tripled in the aftermath of a federal court ruling declaring part of the city’s law unconstitutional.
A new poll by the Anti-Defamation League found that the majority of Greeks continue to hold anti-Semitic views about Jewish control over finance and the global economy, despite a recent drop in anti-Jewish attitudes in other parts of Europe.