As the population of the metro New York/New Jersey area has multiplied during the past century, a linchpin of the region’s commuter rail transportation system has remained unchanged.
The current crisis in Flint, Mich., over potentially toxic levels of lead in the city’s water could serve a larger purpose if it draws attention to the nation’s aging water infrastructure.
There was considerable sparring among the top seven candidates participating in the FOX Business Network’s presidential debate, but most of their ire was focused on President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Where and when a hurricane lands influences how expensive it is. Consider these storms that were not the most powerful but were among the most costly.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said his party will take the wraps off a deal for a $1.15 trillion spending bill Tuesday, but will need to pass a short-term funding extension to allow a vote on the measure Thursday.
The end run around Congress’s power to legislate is gapping wider. It includes presidential and federal authority exercised not just through executive orders, but a circus mirror of rules, guidance documents, memoranda, bulletins, manuals, circulars, public notices and other agency proclamations.
Terrorism's economic toll hit a record $53 billion last year and recent incidents will likely drive that figure higher in the coming months.
None of the leading candidates in the race for the White House has ever served in the military yet that person will be tasked with finding the right Defense Secretary to keep the U.S. safe while also running the nation’s $610 billion defense budget.
A government watchdog just released a new report blasting the Dept. of Defense for spending nearly $43 million on building a compressed natural gas filling station in Afghanistan.
The CNBC presidential debate was a train wreck, but as with all failures, there are lessons to be learned – lessons you’d think CEOs, governors and network executives would know by now.
Thirteen years after former California Governor Gray Davis signed the bond-deal that would produce the nation’s first high-speed rail system, the California Bullet Train is over-budget and will not be built on time. During an interview with the FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney he discusses why the high-speed rail will be built.
The biggest challenge facing anyone affected by the Reduction in Force (RIF), according to a military veteran is a lack of a support system—especially for those with a short timeline.
The House on Wednesday passed a two-year budget deal that would extend the government's borrowing limit before the Treasury risks being unable to pay its bills.
As part of an overall force reduction due to federal budget constraints, the U.S. military has been forced to cut members. Here’s what you need to know about the Reduction in Force.
Government waste took a significant turn for the worse in fiscal 2014, rising dramatically to $124.7 billion from $105.8 billion in fiscal 2013.
Ending weeks of infighting, the U.S. Congress on Wednesday voted to avert a government shutdown just hours before a midnight deadline, passing a stop-gap measure to extend funding for federal agencies until Dec. 11.
A new government report says one of NASA's two commercial suppliers faces an uphill struggle in resuming deliveries to the International Space Station.
Greece's left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras says he will not form an "unnatural" grand coalition government with conservative rivals if he wins Sunday's general election, despite polls suggesting that neither party can score an outright victory.
A newly formed highway construction company has landed more than $27 million in new government projects across the Carolinas despite its deep ties to a discredited North Carolina paving firm barred from bidding on state contracts.
Boeing already has the Dreamliner.