Published March 07, 2013
An Ohio judge ruled Thursday that a Cincinnati-area community's speed cameras violate drivers' rights under the state constitution, in what attorneys on the case called a first-ever ruling against the ubiquitous enforcement tool.
Published March 04, 2013
The day-in, day-out debate and speechifying and crisis management are getting to a point where they could overshadow the other planks of President Obama's second-term agenda -- for now, anyway.
Published February 28, 2013
Amid the doom and gloom over looming budget cuts, some are starting to see a silver lining. The government might finally be forced to cut the waste, fiscal hawks say, and officials are already beginning to do away with some of the costly trappings of their office.
Published February 26, 2013
The Department of Homeland Security has started releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants held in local jails in anticipation of automatic budget cuts, in a move one Arizona sheriff called politically motivated -- and dangerous.
Published February 22, 2013
A four-year FBI investigation into the illegal transfer of classified, Defense Department weapons technology to China and other countries from NASA’s Ames Research Center is being stonewalled by government officials, sources tell FoxNews.com.
Published February 21, 2013
An Environmental Protection Agency spokeswoman on Thursday denied that former EPA chief Lisa Jackson used a New Jersey government email account while she was heading the federal agency, following claims by a Washington attorney that Jackson may have been trying to use the account to skirt records requests.
Published February 19, 2013
A top EPA official plans to resign, just three weeks after Republican Sen. David Vitter questioned him over the use of a personal email account to conduct "official business."
Published February 16, 2013
Taxpayer dollars were used to fund a study that painted the Tea Party movement as the spawn of the tobacco lobby -- a premise that Tea Party leaders say is absurd.
Published February 11, 2013
U.S. senators are now floating the idea of an assassination court as a way to rein in the ever-expanding drone program.
Published January 25, 2013
The FBI is declining to comment on newly emerged documents that appear to show the agency investigating allegations that Sen. Bob Menendez "received the services of young prostitutes" while in the Dominican Republic -- a charge the senator's office has rejected for months.