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By night, the House Transportation chairman wined and dined a top airline lobbyist whose employer was a big campaign donor.
The space-collectibles sale includes a strap with moon dust, a spacesuit and a Gemini 4 checklist for the first U.S. space walk.
He played a key role in the church’s response to the clergy sex abuse scandal and led the U.S. bishops’ fight against Obamacare.
The problem affects the 2005 to 2008 models of the Mini Cooper and Cooper S.
An increasing number of “entopreneurs” are launching businesses to feed a growing appetite for crickets, mealworms and other edible insects.
There’s more than surface shimmering blue and emerald to the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon spill. And it’s not as pretty a picture.
The scattered but growing “opt-out” movement is defying the latest attempt by states to improve academic performance.
GOP rivals at a party gathering tested out new lines of attack on the overwhelming favorite for the Dem nomination — and on each other.
The president’s executive action on immigration seeks to shield up to 5 million people from deportation.
Plus: Boston Marathon bombing case; deputy says he had sufficient training; White House fence jumper; Bloomberg data terminals crash.
The House Transportation chairman acknowledged dating the vice president of government affairs for Airlines for America.
Martin Richard, who was 8, was with his family cheering on the runners before the bombs went off.
The order follows an appeals court ruling that had ruled the government could enforce the mandates in the Roman Catholic dioceses.
The teenager, whom the FBI did not identify, is also accused of making threats against schools in Massachusetts and Virginia.
The company that owns the insects sent beekeepers to recover as many as possible.
Federal judicial panel appeared skeptical of the initial challenge to the Obama administration’s effort to forestall climate change.
Congressional committee leaders have agreed on a measure to give the president “fast-track” trade promotion authority.
Despite the increase, other data suggests that the number of laid-off workers applying for benefits is still quite low.
Dash-cam police video raises an obvious question: Is ramming an armed criminal suspect with a police cruiser an excessive use of force?
Boston remembers its casualties on the second anniversary of a terror bombing.
A UPMC professor publishes commentary in JAMA Psychiatry study showing that type 2 diabetes and depression raise the risk of dementia.
The Philadelphia VA manipulated data to conceal problems and caused veterans to wait 10 months to respond to pension inquiries.
Some veterinarians worry it could easily spread to other areas of the country.
PLUS: Warren chides banks; Congress eyes trade; Baby food recall.
Victim Odin Lloyd had been dating the sister of Hernandez’s fiancee. He was shot six times in an industrial park near Hernandez’s home.
A recent study found that tax day saw a 6 percent increase in fatal car accidents, possibly linked to the stress of the impending deadline.
Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to the campaign trail Tuesday with a small-scale pitch to focus on the needs of the middle class.
The case has drawn widespread attention as the nation debates the amount and importance of standardized testing.
Safety experts say the crew should not have closed the cargo doors of Flight 448 until they had accounted for the missing worker.
It was a rare bipartisan push to erase an irritant that has dogged lawmakers for years.
Plus: Deputy turns self in; SpaceX fails again; high winds wreak havoc; and more.
Hillary Rodham Clinton stopped for lunch Monday in Toledo, Ohio, en route to Iowa.
The Pentagon will allow the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to exhume remains of USS Oklahoma sailors who died at Pearl Harbor.
The vice president is positioning himself at the center of tax policy negotiations as he ponders a run for the White House,
Kenneth Morgan Stencil III is accused of shooting and killing Ron Lane in a building at Wayne County Community College Monday morning.
Officials accused the volunteer of negligence in the death of an unarmed suspect who had been shot with a gun instead of a Taser.
The shooting in Baghdad’s Nisoor Square left 17 people dead and was a gruesome nadir in the war in Iraq.
The announcement comes as the Obama administration is taking steps to open up new areas of U.S. waters off the Atlantic Coast to drilling.
Plus: Manhunt underway; tot shoots dead 1-year-old; executions suspended; ex-egg execs sentenced; and more.
The first-term Republican from Florida told his biggest backers today that he sees the campaign as a choice between the past and the future.
In an overwhelming majority of the cases where an officer was charged, the person killed was unarmed. But it usually took more than that.
Authorities discovered a cell phone video that allegedly shows a sex assault while a large crowd of spring-break revelers watches.
The FBI agents leading the probe became convinced political appointees in the Justice Department were intentionally undermining the case.
More than 400 workers represented by the United Steelworkers union are scheduled to vote on their employer’s offer today and Tuesday.
PLUS: New ’Face the Nation’ host; Woman abandoned son; U.S. airlines get low marks; Website hacked
The rules, officially published today, take effect 60 days after their publication in the Federal Register.
The Goldsboro, N.C., campus was on lockdown as authorities searched for the shooter.
The toddler's parents jumped in and pulled him to safety Saturday afternoon.
Post-9/11 changes to the industry have cut into salaries and advancement chances.
A $1 billion desalination plant to supply booming San Diego County is under construction here and due to open as early as November.