According to 2011–12 statistics from the Humane Society of the United States, U.S. residents own approximately 78.2 million dogs and 86.4 million cats.
For more than a century, the United States has attempted to control water almost entirely with levees and other “structural” means.
Physicians were given insight into their cost-effectiveness last month when the federal government sent reports detailing the cost and quality of their services.
Following the San Francisco city council’s decision in 2007 to ban the use of plastic bags at grocery stores and chain pharmacies, a number of local governments have implemented si
A new report from the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, using Congressional Budget Office data, reveals the federal health care law will impose $4 trillion in tax increases by 2035.
The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would lift—but not eliminate—the current cap on credit unions’ ability to lend to businesses.
For many decades, unions were the only large-scale professional organizations available to teachers and education administrators.
For more than four decades, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has subsidized construction in floodplains in the United States.
Connecticut is one of many states struggling to balance their budgets by introducing taxes on Internet goods and services.
The policy centerpiece of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) budget proposal this year is his Medicare reform.