The National Institutes of Health (NIH) spent $27,500 providing subsidies to its employees who bike to work as part of an effort to reduce the agency’s carbon footprint.
Government housing agencies seeking to entice more low-income homebuyers to purchase mortgages are engaged in a price war that could leave taxpayers on the hook if another housing meltdown occurs, according to experts.
Tens of thousands of workers in California have been impacted by permanent or temporary layoffs in the past six months alone, and despite the governor’s economic development efforts more than 1 million Californians remain unemployed.
A “militant” healthcare union put patients at risk during a weeklong walkout at one of America’s largest healthcare providers, according to company officials.
“Origami condom” inventor Daniel Resnic has said that he must pay back taxpayer funds to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Washington Free Beacon has learned.
During his recent trip to India President Obama committed to helping the country fight obesity. Despite a UNICEF survey that found over 30 percent of Indian children under the age of 5 were underweight the president said he would partner with India to fight obesity there.
Senate Republicans hope to use their new majority to rein in President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board.
Labor reforms aimed at curbing federal overregulation and returning balance to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) are essential to enforcing a pro-growth agenda, according to a new report.
The Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger is no longer seen as inevitable, as opponents of the deal have successfully framed it as more than just a merger of two cable operators, according to the Los Angeles Times.