President Obama wants the FCC to increase a cellphone fee to fund high-speed Internet access in schools.
The consistency among the polls is quite remarkable: In every one, the president's approval rating is dropping, in some precipitously. It's likely to be a long, hot, and dry summer for the president.
Why is it that natural gas sells in the U.S. for $3.94 per 1,000 cubic feet and in Europe and Japan for $11.60 and $17, respectively?
How can they think they’re capable of managing a complex health care system, one-seventh of the entire U.S. economy, when they can’t even build a half-decent statue?
The Obama administration’s Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is under fire after announcing a proposed executive decree to make American neighborhoods more “diverse.”
A University of California professor has estimated that the real national debt is vastly, almost inconceivably, larger than the one about to trigger the debt ceiling conversation after Labor Day.
The federal court ruling that bitcoins are money is just one more step toward full and wide acceptance of the digital currency as an alternative to Federal Reserve Notes and other fiat currencies.
Thanks to loopholes in Colorado and California laws, lawmakers are avoiding thousands of dollars in parking fines and traffic violation tickets.
EPA regulations are set to kill jobs, send electricity rates through the roof, and make the United States more susceptible to brownouts and more dependent on foreign oil.