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Many U.S. hospitals are potentially costing taxpayers millions of dollars by charging Medicare for medical devices that were received for free.
With the new Congress not set to take office until 2015, what will the "lame duck" Congress complete before the new year?
While unemployment may have dropped during the month of October, Americans are still not feeling the recovery. We help break down the latest BLS report.
With the second open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act just around the corner, let's take a look at a few of the disasters still plaguing the healthcare law.
Did you know that, in 2014, the NEH awarded grants for 570 questionable projects, worth $56 million in taxpayer funds?
Today’s post takes a closer look at last week's report from the Mercatus Center, which breaks down federal spending over the next decade.
The economy grew at annual rate of 3.5 percent during the third quarter, up .5 percent from what economists were predicting.
With midterm elections beginning Nov. 4, it is important to understand how one of the president’s most crucial laws has impacted the country. Here's an update on recent news surrounding Obamacare.
Today, we break down the Treasury Department's final budget report for fiscal year 2014.
A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report stated that tens of thousands of federal workers were being kept on paid leave for extended periods of time.
Today’s Breaking it Down analyzes a new report, which reveals that federal, state and local governments spend millions of taxpayer funds on pumpkin patches and fall festivals each year.
A new study from the Mercatus Center on employment disincentives suggested that four million individuals will leave the workforce due to Obamacare.
Today, we break down some of the taxpayer-funded grants that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reportedly used for some questionable studies.
Today’s Top 5 Things To Know analyzes the Bureau of Labor Statistics' (BLS) unemployment report for September.