Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said she "never met anyone who likes their health insurance company" at the Democratic Debate on Thursday evening, but a Gallup poll revealed that most Americans are quite happy with their health care.
Republican fundraising platform WinRed believes it passed its first big test in Tuesday's closely watched North Carolina special election, where Republican Dan Bishop, whose campaign used the platform, came out victorious.
The Democratic party developed an elaborate, multi-year operation in the 1990s that deployed thousands of activists to covertly mold public opinion using talk radio, according to documents from the Clinton Presidential Library.
Alaska may soon become the first state to require government workers to annually opt-in to union membership after a landmark Supreme Court case ruled that public-sector unions can no longer coerce payments from non-members.
In the final year of the Obama administration, Medicare paid twice for between $160 million and $420 million worth of drugs for terminally ill patients because it failed to address a redundancy government watchdogs had identified years earlier, according to a new government report.