As our new week enters it's second day, America awakes to yet another story of a person entering a public place and opening fire.
Confidential documents obtained by CNN show problems of cooperation between contractors and management at the government level in the development process of healthcare.gov
With revelations that the NSA was spying on world leaders since as early as 2002, questions are now focused on when and if President Obama even knew what the NSA was up to.
With the countless problems still plaguing healthcare.gov and a deadline approaching, the government is stepping up actions to try and remedy the problems.
Now that the government is reopened and we won't default on our debt, we can enjoy some breathing room. Well for 3 months that is.
House Republicans awoke today to a scathing editorial in today's Wall Street Journal, telling them "it's time to wrap up this comedy of political errors."
With people still trying to signup for healthcare, many are wondering what went wrong. Well it turns out the problem isn't with the actual law, but with a system our government has used for ages.
What was supposed to be an apolitical march to reopen national memorials honoring our veterans got turned into a political rally by the Tea Party and the march organizer are not happy at all.
The American people aren't being fooled by the lies that come out of John Boehner's mouth when it comes to the shutdown and a couple of newly released polls prove that.
Military families can't bury their fallen loved ones. American families can't visit our national parks. Medical research has been halted. But no one has been as hard hit in this shutdown as Congress.
With the shutdown's first week coming to a rapid close, Democrats have finally found a little known procedural move that could force everything to reopen.and might also give John Boehner an easy escape.
With the launch of the healthcare exchanges, technical problems have prevented people from signing up, including yours truly.
The big Swedish furniture chain will now enter the renewable energy market by making solar panels more readily accessible to consumers in the UK.
Since the Snowden Revelations came out earlier this summer, Congress has been relatively quiet, with a majority supporting what is happening. That may change now with one powerful Senator pushing for changes.
Numerouns people in our country want to focus on violent video games as being the cause of our recent spike in mass shootings, but they ignore the global reach of this medium.