Florida’s experiment with a law requiring all welfare recipients to be drug tested may have failed to pass constitutional muster, but the majority of the public likes applying the idea not just to welfare recipients, but also members of Congress!
Retailers typically look forward to the holiday season as a time for major profits. But this year, retailers could be singing the blues by the time the Christmas holiday shopping season concludes.
The gridlock in Washington began taking a major toll at the dinner table for tens of millions of Americans Friday. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits fell for more than 47 million lower-income people Friday.
How would you like a job where you can work less than a third of the year and still make $174,000 with full benefits?
tories of problems with the Affordable Care Act have dominated much of the headlines in recent days, though many of those stories are summarily debunked. But Thursday, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz highlighted something different with the ACA, a success story.
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen wants potential immigrants to apply for a historically underused program to get visas.
Alex Sink, former chief financial officer for Florida and 2010 gubernatorial candidate, has set her eyes on a larger role in politics in the U.S. Congress.
Senior U.S. House Republican Bill Young was being remembered as a defense hawk, with a passion for looking after the needs of men and women in uniform and those of his constituents back in Florida. Young died Friday at age 82, a week after announcing from his hospital bed that he wouldn’t seek a 23rd term.
Florida’s schools and state government could be the next victims of the federal government shutdown.
As the Republican-led government shutdown continues, the approaching debt limit and a possible debt default continues to grow larger on the horizon.