In Kentucky, both Democrats and Republicans are blocking green policies.
In Louisville, it's one tree at a time.
The $1.1 trillion spending package reflects Republican priorities.
The Senate report rakes Bush's former CIA director over the coals. He fires back in an exclusive interview.
A draft climate accord being circulating among negotiators would have every country pledge to curb fossil fuels, but each would set its own goals.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker is demanding that Penn State University's president apologize for making the "hands up" gesture associated with nationwide protests over the killing of an unarmed black Missouri teenager by a white police officer.
The 528-page summary had 7 percent of its words blacked out.
The figure helps explain why the group spent no money on the Louisiana runoff.
The Federal Highway Administration asked for the new crash tests after a federal jury found Trinity liable for defrauding the government by not disclosing design changes to the system.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday that airport workers in the United States screened 1,993 travelers arriving from the West African countries most affected by the Ebola virus in the month after enhanced screening first began.
They have yet to decide whether to alter rules that Democrats altered.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology said it has determined that a retired faculty member, Walter Lewin, a physicist with a distinguished teaching career, has “engaged in online sexual harassment.”
Prosecutors in Placer and Sacramento Counties said Tuesday that they would seek the death penalty for a Utah man charged with killing two deputies during a rampage that also left a driver and another deputy wounded.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday agreed to end Detroit’s status as a city in financial emergency and to send home the emergency manager he appointed in March 2013 to oversee the city through its crisis.
Leaders in both parties expressed confidence that they would be able to keep the government running.
A man who stabbed another inside a Brooklyn synagogue Tuesday died of his wounds after police shot him, the New York Police Department said.
If there is a Santa rally this year, it may not be quite the smooth ride higher many expected for stocks just a few weeks ago, according to some strategists.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is rapping about the recent performance of some of the biggest names in the market, from McDonald's to Netflix.
Fountain City Police Chief Jason Mork on Tuesday released the autopsy results for 21-year-old Brooke Baures, a senior and standout gymnast at Winona State University in Minnesota.
Organic farms may be a lot more productive than previously thought according to a study.