Obama administration delivers delayed regulatory agenda, could cost billions

Dozens of federal agencies, from the Energy Department to the Department of Homeland Security, have the authority to issue regulations without any congressional involvement.

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WSJ’s Jason Riley : Obama’s use of racial angle in midterm campaigning ‘troubling’Comments Off

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Rep. Bachmann given temporary security detail over ISIS videoComments Off

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Obama says gay marriage a constitutional rightComments Off

President Obama’s views on gay marriage continue to “evolve.” The president now says he views same-sex marriage as a constitutional right.

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Monica Lewinsky calls for end to culture of cyberbullyingComments Off

The 41-year-old Lewinsky on Monday called for a cultural revolution to stem the “compassion deficit” fueling online hostility.

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