Attorneys for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday denied as "false" and "preposterous" an allegation that defense team members posed as FBI employees while investigating the case in Russia.
A fire driven by fierce winds raced through a small town near the Oregon border on Monday, burning a church to the ground, damaging or destroying 100 homes and prompting evacuation orders for at least 1,500 people, authorities said.
The government released reliable estimates of how many people had health insurance in early 2014. It won’t tell us much about the Affordable Care Act, though.
President Obama is to announce on Tuesday an expansion of military and medical resources to combat the virus’s spread, officials said.
The first federal measure of the number of uninsured Americans since the Affordable Care Act extended coverage to millions in January.
President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later on Tuesday.
Prices may spike for the specialty rice used in the popular Japanese food.
Democrats are scoffing at the idea that the department would interfere with the investigation.
Fifteen out of a sample of 18 insurers sell plans that do not segregate funds to cover abortion.
Lt. Col. George Bivens has a message for whoever ambushed two Pennsylvania State Police troopers last week: "We will find you."
NFL star Adrian Peterson, who is charged with child abuse, apologizes for hurting his son while disciplining him the way he says he was disciplined as a child.
As many as 175 enemy troops killed, 18 wounds from enemy fire, 38 hours of battle, and one tiger. Those are the numbers behind Sgt. Maj. Bennie Adkins' Medal of Honor, an award he received today.
The GOP Conference chairwoman is expected raise more than $500,000 for congressional hopefuls.
The Obama administration said it would terminate health insurance for 115,000 people on Oct. 1 because they had failed to prove they were eligible for coverage.
President Obama honored Specialist Donald P. Sloat and Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins for their acts of valor nearly 50 years ago.
After Mr. Foley was kidnapped, the government offered sympathy but little active support, his family and their advisers said, leaving them overwhelmed and unsure of what to do.
Darrien Nathaniel Hunt, a black man who was shot to death by the police, suffered six wounds, all from behind, a private autopsy suggested.
Russell Pearce, who had been a polarizing figure on the immigration issue, said he was quoting someone else in calling for birth control for those getting Medicaid.
Counterterrorism officials said they are far more concerned that a militant will enter the country in a quite typical way: legally, on a commercial airline flight.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Gov. Chris Christie met with the homeland security secretary to review counterterrorism procedures.