Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards is seeking to scale back the Louisiana Scholarship Program, the latest attack against the school choice initiative.
The cost of U.S. regulations is now larger than Germany’s economy, amounting to a $4 trillion loss to the American economy, according to a new study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
The National Institutes of Health has invested millions of dollars into studying whether mice stutter.
The Environmental Protection Agency is investing $75,000 more into a wireless device that can monitor how long hotel guests spend in the shower.
The Food and Drug Administration is spending $36 million on an anti-chewing tobacco advertising campaign targeted at white male teenagers in the midwest.
It was a strange feeling being notorious in a roomful of government-funded scientists, about a fourth of whom were subjects of my reporting that highlighted the questionable expenditures their research represented.
Eliminating duplicative federal programs and inefficiencies could save taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars, according to a new report released by the Government Accountability Office.
Congress approved over $5 billion earmarks in fiscal year 2016, despite its self-imposed ban, according to a new report released by Citizens Against Government Waste.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $500,000 to videotape male engineering students while they work in labs to see if they are causing women to experience “microaggressions.”
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) paid IBM $336,413.59 for an app. An app that randomly selects right or left when tapped by a TSA agent.