President Barack Obama, speaking in a broader speech Friday, said that it was time to politicize guns.» Read More
Bill de Blasio took the oath of office on Wednesday, formally becoming the 109th mayor of New York City while pledging to pursue a sweeping liberal agenda.
Hospitals and medical practices are preparing for confusion and hassles as new insurance plans under President Obama's healthcare law take effect.
Pot-friendly guides, activities and tours in Colorado are expected to expand as recreational marijuana sales become legal as of Jan. 1.
Congress is letting popular tax breaks expire at the end of the year, creating uncertainty—once again—for millions of individuals and businesses.
At the stroke of midnight, hundreds of new laws go into effect around the country. Here's a sampling. NBC News reports.
At least 2.1 million people are estimated to have enrolled in private insurance plans sold through federal and state-run Obamacare exchanges as of Monday.
The legalized marijuana experiment kicks off in earnest Wednesday, as Colorado beats Washington in opening the first licensed retail outlets.
As many as 11 other states and Washington, D.C., are expected to consider increases in 2014. USA Today reports.
U.S. security services have intercepted computer shipments and hacked Microsoft's error reporting system, according to a Der Spiegel report.
Extreme Dodge in Jackson, Mich. offers clues about how small businesses are faring under Obamacare, NBC News investigates.
New Year's Day will bring a fresh test for President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul, as hundreds of thousands of Americans will begin to use the program's new medical coverage for the first time.
The White House is coming under pressure from some of its closest allies to name a CEO to run its health insurance marketplace.
Enrollment in the federal health insurance exchange surged in December, with almost half of the 975,000 signing up in the days before a Dec. 24 deadline. USA Today reports.
More than 1 million Americans are bracing for a harrowing, post-Christmas jolt as unemployment benefits come to a sudden halt this weekend, with potentially significant implications for the recovering U.S. economy.
Billionaire Harold Simmons, one of the richest men in America and a major contributor to the Republican Party, has died at 82.
The 2014 election year will scare lawmakers away from hot-button issues, two Beltway insiders told CNBC on Friday.
A judge has concluded that the National Security Agency's sweeping collection of telephone data is lawful, rejecting a challenge to the program.
Now that the first round of insurance deadlines have passed, can we all relax and talk about something other than health reform? Nope, say experts.
Saturday's loss in jobless benefits will escalate the battle between proponents of small government and those who say the move will hurt the economy. USA Today reports.
Of all the places for the wealthy to stash their money for tax purposes, South Dakota has emerged as a prime destination, Bloomberg News reported.