The White House declined to say on Wednesday whether the administration ever briefed the US Congress about a top-secret NSA spy program that, according to documents, allows analysts to to search through
Young people disproportionately lack heath insurance, and visit doctors less often than older people, so they're less likely to be concerned about Obamacare forcing them to change doctors or insurance
The director of the National Security Agency has tried to dampen the current outcry over US government surveillance programmes by insisting such programmes respect Americans' privacy. He also said that
During a hearing Wednesday, Sen. Patrick Leahy expressed skepticism that surveillance is thwarting terror plots July 31, 2013 9:00pm (UTC) This article originally appeared on GlobalPost. The Senate Judiciary
Does 2006-vintage Obama make a hypocrite of the current version, when it comes to the debt ceiling? No. This morning I mentioned a news story that presented the debt-ceiling showdown as another illustration
Rep. Tom Cotton once argued against women serving in the infantry because their “nature” could “impair” the mission July 31, 2013 9:22pm (UTC) Freshman congressman Tom Cotton will reportedly announce week
State Sen. Eddie Lucio (Flickr) A new bill filed by a state Democrat would require women to undergo a mandatory three-hour abortion course July 31, 2013 9:27pm (UTC) More news out today from the bad ideas
The Republican-controlled House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan bill to cut the cost of borrowing for federal student loans, sending the measure to President Obama for his signature.