A three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Wednesday in the much-watched case against President Obama's health overhaul law. The government is appealing a Pensacola judge's February ruling that the entire...
Some environmentalists have been quietly grumbling about the Obama administration for months. Now one of the country's most prominent conservationists former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt is retaking the public stage to scold President...
The United States, however, remained the largest consumer of oil with 21 percent of the demand.
Citing three unnamed sources, the paper reports Huma Abedin is pregnant with the couple's first child. The news comes just days after Weiner admitted to sending lewd pictures to a woman over Twitter.
Civil rights groups have filed an injunction to block a Georgia law that cracks down on illegal immigration. They’re asking a federal judge to halt the law before it goes into effect on July 1. The groups are also asking the judge to expedite a...
A Republican-led house committee says the Obama administration had no scientific basis for closing Nevada’s Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository. U.S. Congressman Paul Broun Wednesday discussed the findings with nuclear industry officials in...
Federal judges heard arguments challenging the federal healthcare overhaul law in an Atlanta courtroom Wednesday. Georgia is among 25 other states in the lawsuit. Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says the law violates civil liberties because it...
Georgia wants to spend $758,000 in federal grant money to hire a team to develop a system to evaluate teachers and school administrators based on student performance.
Having broken from its past as a Soviet republic, Kazakhstan is now a proud country with an up-and-coming economy and a desire to be a player on the world stage. Neighbor China seems to be offering what Kazakhstan wants: investment and political...
Gov. Chris Christie wants to cut $500 million in Medicaid spending in part by freezing more than 20,000 state residents out of the program. The state would do that basically by disqualifying any adult who makes more than $6,000 a year. Critics say...