A new ObamaCare rule set to take effect at the end of the year could threaten the craft beer industry, especially small breweries.
Frustrated over EPA regulations, one family decided to protest by creating their own version of the song “Let It Go” from the Disney movie, “Frozen.”
A great update this morning to a story we first heard about earlier this year on The Kelly File. A 12-year-old girl named Chloe Stirling was selling cupcakes for $2 each and she was doing so well that a local paper in Illinois decided to do a story on her. Now, state lawmakers have passed the "Cupcake Bill," which will allow Chloe to start selling the cupcakes that she bakes in her home kitchen.
Virginia farmers staged pitchfork protests in support of a fellow farmer after she was threatened with fines for hosting a birthday party on her own land.
The city of Huntington Beach, California is threatening to fine a local bar $960 unless it removes a huge POW-MIA sign that reads, "Thank a veteran for your freedom!" Johnny's Saloon is popular with veterans and the sign has been above the bar for six years and the structure has been there for three decades.
Berkeley, California is taking regulation to the next level. The city already prohibits smoking in the commercial district, parks, bus stops, and within 25 feet of any building open to the public.
At Lincoln High School in San Jose, California, the cheerleading squad's car wash fundraiser was shut down because the water is considered a pollutant.
Washington D.C. is looking into a new law that could make people wait 24 hours before getting a tattoo. Fatty, the owner of Fatty’s Custom Tattooz in D.C., expressed his outrage over such a law today on Fox and Friends.
For the past six years, church groups in Raleigh, North Carolina, have been feeding the homeless outside a public park. But this past weekend, police stopped them, threatening hefty fines and possible arrests if they set up without a city-issued permit.