Were D.C. and Maryland blackouts due in part to Pepco’s attempt to bust unions?
Maine’s Gov. Paul LePage calls IRS “the Gestapo” in attack on Affordable Care Act, and then offers his version of an “apology.”
“Fully implementing the ACA will make both our citizens and our economy more secure.”
With lives at stake, Medicaid expansion is a test case of whether ideology wins out over practical considerations.
Not to be outdone, Iowa Rep. Steve King says raising taxes on the wealthiest is just “class envy,” and says he thinks poorer people need to feel “guilty” about not doing their fair share.
1 in 4 top finance-industry executives say they believe people in their industries need to do illegal or unethical things to succeed.
Walmart washes its hands of abuses of workers by its subcontractors.
Fox News guest advocates for voter-suppression laws, saying “voting is a privilege.”
Related: why the voter suppression fight is at the heart of the 2012 elections.
Scott Walker takes his show on the road, hanging out with major right-wing donors in New York.
More: “These are criminal acts…The cheating is such a part of everyday practices.”
What we can learn today from a missed opportunity at the Federal Reserve in 1932.
Chart of the day: the Medicaid gap, state by state. Tough luck for Texas and Louisiana.
Chart of the day 2: Uninsurance rates, state by state, with states rejecting the Medicaid expansion indicated. Tough luck for Texas and Florida.