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Rep. Jeff Miller praises whistleblowers for focusing on the "essential mission."
Opinion: The educational-industrial complex is hurting our country's promising young talent.
In an attempt to deter an illegal influx from Central America, unaccompanied minors and families with children will be sent to the front of the line.
The House Ways and Means Committee released a bipartisan plan to provide federal financing for transportation projects through May 15, 2015, a step toward replenishing the Highway Trust Fund.
Former Gov. Jesse Ventura is the plaintiff in a defamation lawsuit against the estate of Chris Kyle, who wrote the book “American Sniper,” claiming that a description of a confrontation is false.
Lawyers for Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey have asked the Justice Department to investigate a possible connection.
The foray into the escalating border debate couldn't come at a better time for the Texas governor.
Washington is the second state after Colorado to allow legal sales of marijuana, though few stores have completed licensing requirements and will have limited supplies.
Kansas will not issue any report cards this year on how its public school students performed on standardized reading and math tests after cyberattacks and other problems this spring, the State Board of Education decided Tuesday.
Washington and Lee University said Tuesday it was removing Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel on its Lexington campus and will continue to study its historical involvement with slavery.
A federal investigative agency is examining 67 claims of retaliation by supervisors at the Department of Veterans Affairs against employees who filed whistle-blower complaints — including 25 complaints filed since June 1, after a growing health care scandal involving long patient waits and falsified records at department hospitals and clinics became public.
A mother’s motive for killing six of her newborns was that she was addicted to methamphetamine and other drugs and did not want to deal with the responsibility, Capt. Mike Roberts of the Pleasant Grove Police told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
The measure would prohibit companies from discriminating against women in any health coverage.
After aggressive campaigns that involved a parade of elephants and a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback, Cleveland beat Dallas for the right to host the 2016 Republican convention.
Minutes from the Fed's last meeting could keep markets on the boil, if there's much discord among members or it takes a hawkish tone.
The legislation, which faces long odds in the House, would ensure that women have access to insurance coverage for birth control even if they work for businesses that have religious objections.
The Republican revises his estimate of how much it would cost to fly immigrants home first class.
The use of the renminbi in trade settlements increased sharply this year, according to HSBC's annual renminbi survey.
Jill Tahmooressi says she is outraged that more isn't being done to help her son, who is detained in Mexico.