A federal judge tossed one of the Obama administration’s most controversial regulations into the retirement industry.
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant (Miss.) signed the strictest abortion restrictions into law on Monday, immediately banning women from getting abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
President Donald Trump announced an aggressive new initiative Monday to reverse the tide in America’s cascading opioid crisis, focusing on cutting demand and supply, as well as increasing support for Americans suffering from opioid addiction.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – Four bombs that have gone off this month around Austin, Texas, with the latest injuring two men on Sunday, have similarities that lead investigators to believe they are the work of a serial bomber, police said on Monday.
The Supreme Court declined Monday morning to hear the case of Hidalgo v. Arizona, bringing to an end a well-known former Obama administration lawyer’s quest to judicially abolish capital punishment in America.
Hillary Clinton’s private passage to India is costing American taxpayers at least $22,000, according to publicly disclosed federal contract information.
Disabled veterans had to wait more than two months for the government to fix their wheelchairs, leading to some veterans confined to beds because of mismanagement at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a new audit.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has completely scrapped the bidding process previously underway for contracts to manage the Section 8 program, which provides rental assistance to low-income persons, and will start again from scratch.
An individual who works at an organization run by David Brock, the liberal operative who founded Media Matters, was arrested after pushing a female Interior Department communications official to the ground outside of a hearing.