Kentucky’s newly-approved Medicaid work requirements could set the tone for the nation

After receiving federal approval to make some changes to Medicaid, Kentucky will become the first state to be allowed to implement a work requirement for Medicaid recipients. Those requirements, however, face strong criticism from Democratic lawmakers and potential legal challenges down the road. About the work requirement Starting in July, some able-bodied adults on Medicaid (many of whom were added under the Obamacare expansion) would have to work or volunteer at least 20 hours a week or be...

Lawmakers go back to work today, but there's not much hope Senate Democrats will agree to fund the government until Trump agrees to deal with DACA

The government shutdown went into a second day Sunday with recriminations deepening between the parties and with no sign of progress towards ending...

Dems’ words about the 2013 government shutdown come back to haunt them — and prove their hypocrisy

Democrats are going out of their way to bash President Donald Trump and the Republican Party in the wake of the government shutdown, pinning blame on...

Photos of Trump “working” through the shutdown have set off an internet caption contest

Government shutdowns mean that a large swath of federal employees can’t work or get a paycheck, but the Trump administration is still using the time…

CNN: Asteroids could place Earth in peril during government shutdown

Two CNN correspondents led a fear-mongering report that claimed a large, undetected asteroid could place the Earth in peril if the government...

White House says budget with DACA deal attached will not be considered

White House officials told Brietbart News a federal budget with a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals measure attached to it will not be...