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The incoming majority leader acknowledges it will be challenging to change the mind-set of a caucus whose opposition to the president he was instrumental in leading.
The administration said it had become aware of “discriminatory benefit designs” that discouraged people from enrolling because of age or medical condition.
The Milwaukee district attorney found that the white officer, since fired, had acted in self-defense in the fatal April shooting.
Willard State Psychiatric Hospital in upstate New York will permit a memorial in the name of the man who dug more than 1,500 graves for his fellow patients.
Based on two police shootings in Ohio, this short documentary questions whether toy guns can really be innocent gifts.
Gen. Mark Milley will decide if Sergeant Bergdahl should be court-martialed and what, if any, charges will be filed against him.
The National Labor Relations Board has issued a broad ruling that could potentially bolster organized labor on campuses at a time when unions are pushing to represent the growing number of adjunct professors.
While most Americans approve of the decision to restore diplomatic and trade ties with Cuba, attitudes toward President Obama’s handling of relations with Cuba are mixed, according to the latest CBS News poll.
Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, back from a weeklong trip to West Africa, said he saw hopeful signs in Guinea and Liberia, but there was ample reason for continued concern.
A North Carolina law that required physicians to perform an ultrasound, display the sonogram and describe the fetus to women seeking abortions is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.
Your fellow Americans can now be hired more easily than ever before, without you incurring any of the burdens of an employer.
Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg have each acknowledged shifting positions in recent cases, and found an ally from the past.
President Obama is under pressure to address growing racial tensions after the fatal shootings of two New York City police officers.
Here are some of our favorite political images of the year by the staff photographers Doug Mills and Stephen Crowley, and the interns Gabriella Demczuk and Jabin Botsford.
Paul Nungesser was cleared of responsibility by Columbia University after being accused of rape by a fellow student, who turned her outrage into a performance piece. He is now speaking out.
Before shooting two police officers, Ismaaiyl Brinsley had an extensive history with police, suffered from mental problems and was isolated from his family, his relatives said.
Lawyers are scrambling to determine whether normalized relations with Cuba will create a chance to get compensation for lost properties now estimated to be worth nearly $7 billion.