Were lawmakers satisfied by revelations in rare open House Intelligence Committee hearing on NSA surveillance program
House panel to probe alleged seizure of millions of medical records
Corporate America selling out American public?
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Workers in the European Union get at least 20.Canadian and Japanese employees get at least 10.Americans get zero.A recent study released by the Center for Economic a...
Companies can't take charge of human body
Local law enforcement agencies amassing collections of potential suspects?
FNC host says 'tough call' on voting Obama, had he know about spying program
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Proof of citizenship aimed to reduce voter fraud
WSJ editorial board member Jason Riley sounds off on NSA scandal.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the Supreme Court striking down the Arizona law requiring voters to prove citizenship.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the Federal Trade Commission can challenge deals brand-name drug companies make with generic rivals that keep cheaper pro...
Judge Andrew Napolitano on the latest scandal to hit the White House.
Now that Detroit's emergency manager has laid out a tough road that could include a bankruptcy filing for the city, the bondholders, pension managers and others with...
Former vice president speaks out