A dispute over background checks is preventing a Texas county from hosting a long-running gun show at its Exposition Center.
Washington’s authority for this bailout was buried deep inside ObamaCare, in the law’s section 1342. This provision authorized what are known as risk corridors that limit the amount of profit insurers could extract from the program and, most significantly, limit their losses.
Indiana lawmakers on Monday were considering a proposed state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, bucking a trend in the past two years of states, voters and courts allowing gays to marry.
Opponents and proponents testified for hours today in front of the House Judiciary Committee concerning HJR-3.
Indiana lawmakers will meet Monday to take a vote that could change the state’s constitution to state that marriage is only between a man and a woman.
Taxpayers paid nearly $175 million for vacuum erection systems (VES), commonly known as “penis pumps,” from 2006 to 2011, according to an inspector general report released on Monday.
In a decision that could reshape the rules for online consumer reviews, a Virginia court has ruled that the popular website Yelp must turn over the names of seven reviewers who anonymously criticized a prominent local carpet cleaning business.
An Oregon pimp has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Nike, claiming that the shoe manufacturer failed to warn consumers that the shoes could be used as a deadly weapon.
In a letter dated January 11, Fairview principal Tammy Miller wrote to parents that “over 70 percent of our students are reading below grade level” and that she felt immediate action was necessary.