If you did a science fair project as a kid, chances are it was something like a potato-powered clock, or a baking soda volcano. But a 14-year-old from Pittsburgh named Suvir Mirchandani might have actually done something useful.
Well, you know I don't keep my mouth shut, so I'm fixin' to climb up on a soap box. Okay, as you know, I am not an Obamunist, I am a God-fearing, gun-lovin' American that has heard enough of the BS. I hope that the Republicans (my party) stand fast and don't give an inch. Pl…
As of 12:01 a.m. EST on Tuesday, the federal government closed down. Congressional leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate were unable to reach an agreement on a budget or a temporary fix, known as a continuing resolution, before the start of the new fiscal year on October 1.
With Congress unable to agree on a budget or even a short-term emergency bill, it's increasingly likely that the federal government will suffer its first shutdown in 17 years. Leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate will trade proposals on Monday, but neither side is optimistic t…
Sedalia residents should expect to receive a survey in their April utility bills asking for their assessments of city government. The city of Sedalia will collect the data in an effort to measure general impressions of city government and services.
The United States government has officially railroaded a Philadelphia family that literally struck gold, after a judge found that the 10 rare gold coins worth $80 million they discovered almost a decade ago did not belong to them, but to Uncle Sam, instead.
The South American country of Uruguay wants to put drug dealers out of business, and it’s considering a rather novel way of doing it: the government itself would sell marijuana to registered citizens, making it the first country in the world to do so.