With the countless problems still plaguing healthcare.gov and a deadline approaching, the government is stepping up actions to try and remedy the problems.
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.
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.
This week we found out that Darden owned resteraunts, Red Lobster and Olive Garden, saw sharp declines in profits last quarter. But did you know that Darden has tried to put more financial libaility on their employees, namely the wait staff.
As a picture is being painted of the man who took 13 lives in a shooting spree in the Navy Yard yesterday, the old NRA argument is resurfacing.
The media whore and birther hero is now facing a serious challenge coming from his own state. The Attorney General of New York has announced a $40 million lawsuit against The Don.
With all the talk of race this week, it's time to look back on another shooting that plagued Oklahoma only a year ago, and one in which race was a factor.
What started as a story in the Australian media has now transformed into what could be a larger omission by officials in the Christopher Lane murder case.
We continue our look into what happened to Christopher Lane and how the right has twisted it into a false issue of race.
A horrible crime has happened in rural Oklahoma. What would normally be seen as another murder has been transformed into an attempt by the right to create a larger narrative of race.