Medicare premiums will be increasing in 2013. Here are some of the key figures for Part A and Part B.
The Obama administration released new regulations Tuesday that require insurance companies to cover people with pre-existing conditions.
The notion of individual state secession has caught many Americans’ attention since residents of various states have been petitioning the White House to allow their states to secede from the union. Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) recently weighed in on the debate in a column that shares his thoughts on secession.
The Federal-Postal Coalition sent a letter to members of Congress today requesting that the federal workforce be excluded from any potential cuts that might be levied on federal employees as part of negotiations set to take place to avoid the “fiscal cliff.”
Lawmakers are concerned that EPA senior personnel have been conducting official government business through clandestine means.
What do the potential tax increases set take effect in 2013 mean in terms of state tax burdens? A new report offers some insight.
Beef jerky roll-ups, a coffee break app, and robots playing with children… These are some of the items detailed in a new report released by Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) which identifies what he describes as “non-defense” spending taking place within DoD that he says should be cut.
The U.S. Postal Service ended the 2012 fiscal year a loss of $15.9 billion, the largest in the agency’s history. The losses follow on the heels of a $5.1 billion loss for the same period last year.
Under new rules that went into effect this week, the MSPB will be better positioned to address non-complying agencies.
A growing number of petitions are appearing on the White House’s web site requesting that some states be allowed to secede from the union.