Published November 24, 2013
A river runs through it -- and Uncle Sam isn't far behind. That's what several Republican lawmakers and even state farming groups and local governments are warning, after a draft rule from the Environmental Protection Agency proposed expanding which waterways are federally protected under the Clean Water Act.
Published November 22, 2013
You might not have hundreds of thousands of dollars for a seat on Richard Branson’s private shuttle, but here's the next best thing: the chance to see the earth from space, from the comfort of your own home.
Published October 24, 2013
President Obama's "tech surge" to turn around the failing HealthCare.gov is running into concerns that the administration could be throwing "good money after bad" while complicating an already complicated situation.
Published October 23, 2013
While the company behind the dysfunctional HealthCare.gov was virtually unknown to the American public until this month, critics say Obama administration should have known this multi-billion-dollar firm had a checkered history with other government contracts.
Published October 11, 2013
Government officials deny the price tag on the troubled Obamacare website is as big as $634 million, as widely reported on Thursday. Nonetheless, a close look at the cost of HealthCare.gov and the overall architecture of this giant federal program reveals no real bargain for the American taxpayer.
Published October 09, 2013
The $93 million website launched to process customers through the new ObamaCare marketplace may continue to experience significant technical glitches for months, say computer software experts who spoke with FoxNews.com.
Published August 05, 2013
About a hundred “aspiring Martians” from across the country came together over the weekend for a “Million Martian Meeting” -- applicants for the Mars One project, an ambitious ten-year plan for a one-way trip to colonize the Red Planet.
Published December 08, 2012
Ten years after its creation, the Department of Homeland Security continues to push against a mixed record of accomplishment, fiscal waste, low morale and a mission that experts say is still hard to pin down.
Published December 05, 2012
U.S. companies are prohibited from providing technological support for the Syrian government. Yet a new report recently revealed that several major Internet companies were hosting Syrian government websites.
Published November 06, 2012
Democrat Chris Murphy has delivered yet another a smack-down to former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon, a Republican who for the second straight Senate election spent tens of millions of her own money in a failed bid to represent Connecticut.