House Republicans are proposing to double their food stamp savings to nearly $40 billion by rolling back waivers for able-bodied adults and targeting funds to states that are willing to impose greater
(Screenshot, KY3 News) The racist organization has been recruiting Missouri residents by leaving fliers in their yards July 26, 2013 8:53pm (UTC) Aside from a jury duty notice, a bag of burning feces maybe
You probably don't think about tuberculosis much. Why would you? The number of cases in the U.S. is at an all-time low. But TB has returned with a vengeance in some parts of world, and there have been
Rick Perry “It is a very happy, celebratory day,” Perry said before signing the sweeping antiabortion measure July 18, 2013 3:32pm (UTC) Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday signed Texas' sweeping abortion
The app gathered data that could be worth millions. Was that the plan all along? Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail was supposed to be huge, the self-proclaimed Best Rapper Alive's entrée into the internet
Pennsylvania's voter ID law will be back in state court Monday after more than a year of legal limbo. A state judge will decide whether the 2012 law — which hasn't been enforced — violates the state's
Some warned that the automatic budget cuts — which were required by 2011's debt ceiling deal — would send the economy back into recession. For whatever reason, those dire predictions haven't panned out.