Terror Plan

Ohio Man Charged With Providing Material Support to Terrorists


Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, 23, allegedly sympathized with ISIS and trained with another terrorist group in Syria. He was arrested after looking to launch attacks in the US homeland. Read more...
Budget Move

Rick Scott Sues Feds Over Healthcare


The Florida House and Senate budgets are still deadlocked over health care funding. Gov. Rick Scott has decided to shake things up by suing the Obama administration, saying the federal government is trying to force Florida to expand Medicaid by threatening to reduce federal funding for hospitals. Read more...
DC Landing

Gyrocopter Pilot Charged for Landing on US Capitol Grounds


The Florida man who flew what he called a “flying bicycle” through restricted airspace above the nation’s capital and landed near the US Capitol on Wednesday made his initial appearance in federal court. Doug Hughes walked in wearing his Postal Service uniform. Read more...
Summer Gas

No Sharp Increases Expected for Gas Prices, Energy Director Says


As Americans prepare to hit the roads this summer, some good news about fuel prices. Testifying before the Senate Energy Committee, Energy Administration Director Adam Sieminski said lower oil prices has meant lower prices at the pump, and drivers shouldn’t expect gas prices to go up that sharply in the coming months. Read more...
Doc Fix Bill

Bipartisan Bill Changing Medicare Pay Signed Into Law


A permanent change to how Medicare pays doctors, ending years of annual fights over looming cuts to reimbursements, was signed by President Obama. The bill blocked a 21 percent cut in Medicare payments that was set to take effect this month. Read more...