By Igor Volsky on December 4, 2013
All the positive health care news has left Republicans in search of a new way to attack the law and led at least one national group to look in the rearview mirror.
By Scott Keyes on December 4, 2013
Feeding the poor earns one restaurant complaints -- not praise -- in Indiana.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on December 4, 2013
A second campaign aide to Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) was fired for making disparaging remarks about the Latino population.
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By Alan Pyke on December 4, 2013
A look at job creation by profitable U.S. companies that were most and least taxed finds little evidence that higher rates kill jobs.
By Jeff Spross on December 4, 2013
Rep. Nick Rahall (R-WV) is running from the accusation that he supports a carbon tax, despite the policy's market-friendliness.
By Bryce Covert on December 4, 2013
The council voted to raise the city's minimum wage and expand its paid sick days law.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 3, 2013
The Academy Awards picked a great group of documentaries as finalists for its 2014 awards. But one terrific movie is missing.
By Annie-Rose Strasser and Aviva Shen on December 3, 2013
New leaked documents paint a dreary picture for the group behind "Stand Your Ground" and Voter ID laws.
By Sy Mukherjee on December 3, 2013
Obamacare has already allowed nearly 1.5 million low-income people to gain public health insurance coverage under Medicaid.
By Nicole Flatow on December 3, 2013
Instructors handed police a notarized letter establishing their guardianship over the girl during their travels. But police took her to Child Protective Services anyway.