A divided federal appeals court upheld a federal ban on political advertising on public television and radio stations.
A spokesman for the University of Hawaii at Mānoa said in a press release the discovery of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s mega-submarine the I-400 solves the decades-old mystery of where the submarine lay on the ocean floor.
Representative Darrell Issa wants to amend the 1910 Height of Buildings Act, which he says is “arbitrary,” but supporters say it preserves views of the capital’s historic architecture.
Free messaging service Line has taken Japan by storm over the past few years, but can the company continue to expand at such a rapid pace?
The prosecutor investigating sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston wants the process to be "thorough" and won't let football dictate when he will wrap up his inquiry.
The Armed Services chair expects that the Texas lawmaker will succeed him, and aide says.
The Nonhuman Rights Project is using the novel strategy in seeking to have the chimp removed from his owners and placed in a sanctuary.
Hospital pricing is often convoluted, and hospital charges represent about a third of the total United States health care bill.
It will be the first opportunity for Democratic lawmakers to hear about the progress firsthand.
The House straggled back to the Capitol on Monday night with just two weeks left before its likely entry into the Congressional record book for underachievement.
Tom Wheeler, the new chairman of the F.C.C., also reiterated the agency’s commitment to net neutrality, which forbids Internet service providers from favoring their own content or paid content when allowing data to flow through their system.
A hospital worker and hepatitis C carrier who injected himself with syringes of fentanyl, then filled them with saline for use with patients, infected at least 45 people.
Authorities tell Q13 Fox firefighters are responding to the structure collapse in Pierce County, which is south of Seattle.
The American Civil Liberties Union, on behalf of a Michigan woman, is suing Catholic bishops, arguing that their anti-abortion guidelines to affiliated hospitals are leading to medical negligence.
A survey by Americans United for Change suggests that a plurality of respondents favor it.
Two small but notable tech acquisitions took place on Monday as Apple bought Topsy and Chernin ate up Crunchyroll
Because of a slowing trend in health care spending, the government is expected to spend billions of dollars less than originally projected on the law, and future cost controls may save billions more.
An embarrassing mistake involving a Statue of Liberty stamp could come back to haunt the U.S. Postal Service.
The White House commits to its first Democratic Governors Association fundraising event of the cycle.