The toll of Taliban attacks is measured in more than bodies.
Senators confirmed over Republican objections Sarah Saldaña as director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Antony Blinken to be deputy secretary of state.
A man walked into a Walmart and donated $50,000 to pay off all customer layaway accounts in Mechanicsburg, Pa. USA Today reports.
The president’s spokesman said Mr. Obama would sign legislation passed by Congress aimed at blocking Russian state firms from Western financing and technology while also providing $350 million in military aid to Ukraine.
Dr. Murthy, who at the age of 37 has become one of the youngest surgeons general of the United States, is a self-described dreamer and grass-roots organizer.
The district attorney of Montgomery County, Pa., said at a news conference that the man, Bradley W. Stone, died of “self-inflicted cutting wounds.”
The Senate has confirmed President Barack Obama's choice of Nicholas Rasmussen to be director of the National Counterterrorism Center at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
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The bill was the minimum lawmakers could do to prevent tax hikes for millions of individuals and businesses.
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Sony Pictures Entertainment is under pressure from theater owners and competing studies to cancel or postpone its release.
The Commerce Department approved a collection of tariffs on imports from China and Taiwan.
The family of a former U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran says he is going on a hunger strike and has dictated a letter asking President Obama not to forget him as dialogue continues between the two countries over Iran's nuclear activities.
Current and retired city workers and their unions filed a lawsuit Tuesday arguing that a law overhauling Chicago’s pension systems was unconstitutional.
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) announced its bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games on Tuesday.
With Russia's economy is rapidly imploding, Putin is feeling the pain.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania issued an opinion on Tuesday declaring unconstitutional President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, but the finding had no immediate effect.
Operatives in early voting states say he may be more formidable than is assumed.
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