Many believe hydraulic fracturing is a key component to helping the United States become energy independent. But critics say federal regulators are making it harder to reach that freedom.
Our class warrior in chief was at it again this week, complaining about our "ideological divides that have prevented us from making progress" in solving problems like poverty.
Marco LeRoc is a former international student from the Togolese Republic (Togo) who managed to navigate his way out of $30,000 in student loan debt. Now he's showing others how to do it.
The green energy movement in America is dead. May it rest in peace. One important lesson to be learned from the green energy fad's rapid and expensive demise is that central planning doesn't work.
Are the alarm bells finally blaring at the White House and in Congress? They should be. The recent pitiful economic growth score card of 0.2 percent economic growth for the first quarter of this year means the Obama slow growth machine trudges onward.
Democratic leaders claim that one of their highest priorities is to lift up the middle class and reduce the income gap between rich and poor. But that goal collides with their very highest priority: stopping climate change.
Last-minute tax filers could be opening themselves up to becoming victims of fraud. The IRS warns that scammers often prey on tax procrastinators.
Growing evidence shows that the U.S. economy is slowing down, according to a new report by the Labor Department.
Nearly everyone is thinking about cancer, thanks to the Ken Burns' film on PBS, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies." But it hides the good news that astonishing progress has been made in diagnosis and treatment.
The new social media trend called the "Charlie Charlie Challenge" is getting some push back from Christians across the country.
Pentagon leaders say they're revising the U.S. strategy for battling the Islamic State caliphate in Iraq.