Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called the regulation outdated and harmful to the military.
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Some would have been eligible to remain in the country under the president’s blocked plan.
Ann LePage is married to Maine Gov. Paul LePage, who is paid $70,000 a year, while the average for all U.S. governors is nearly $135,000.
Of the arrest cases, 94.5 percent of defendants were men and 58.5 percent were off duty at the time.
Authorities said some areas in the state were "probably looking at flooding that's going to be the worst in 100 years."
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
The site memorializes the six-day uprising that started June 28 after police raided the inn, a Mafia-owned bar frequented by gay men.
The General Assembly also approved a Pittsburgh-sponsored measure to help African-American males.
The parties worked late into the evening to reach a negotiated agreement.
Catholic leader cites killings in Orlando, Wilkinsburg, and Charleston.
Obama had strongly urged that the UK remain in the EU but said in a statement that the people have spoken.
Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's presidential election, according to media reports.
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Affirmative action advocates shocked, and thrilled, by Supreme Court's ruling in University of Texas case
Advocates had feared that the court might rule that there was no longer a place for affirmative action in college admissions.
“When you get old and you are unable to hear, you are completely isolated from what’s going on around you,” said Sen. Jim McDermott.
The tie means it will be left to the next president, next Congress and possibly a nine-member high court to address the immigration system.
A judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors failed to prove any crime was committed by Officer Caesar Goodson
The Upper St. Clair Republican’s legislation would make it easier for caregivers to access treatment plans of violent patients.
Republicans brand the remarkable move a publicity stunt and adjourned the chamber until after July 4.
Reps. Scott Peters and Beto O’Rourke provided footage of the sit-in through Periscope and Facebook, and C-SPAN picked up those feeds.
The video of the attack has become a key piece of evidence as officials piece together what happened in the early morning hours.
With a scripted speech, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee fused his anti-trade economic message with a series of attacks.
The 74-year-old Republican is one of the highest-ranking U.S. politicians to ever go to prison.
The measure that would give federal law enforcement direct access to email and texting logs, internet browsing histories, and other data.
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It is the first major overhaul of toxic chemicals rules in 40 years.
Groups of various political persuasions are opposed to the city’s restrictions for demonstrations.
The Democrats’ frustration is fueled by GOP leaders’ refusal to allow votes on gun-control measures.
Ray Howland pleads guilty for the attempted tryst while on business trip in Pittsburgh.
Report released today says nearly 12 million Medicare beneficiaries received at least one prescription for an opioid painkiller last year.
The U.S. representative from Philadelphia was found guilty of laundering federal grants and nonprofit funds to repay an illegal loan.
Meanwhile, the Republican billionaire — who apparently was the target of an assassination attempt Monday — thrilled Christian conservatives.
Firefighters hoped to make gains against Southern California wildfires as an intense heat wave eased slightly Tuesday.
Loretta Lynch met with victims’ families in Orlando on Tuesday, nine days after what she called a “shattering attack” at a gay nightclub.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said he would allow a vote on the proposal by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine.
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The inquiry into the murders by a group of Klansmen became known as the “Mississippi Burning” case.
The FAA announced the creation of a new category of aviation rules designed specifically for drones weighing less than 55 pounds.
The findings may offer some insight into the development of gas giants such as “hot Jupiters” and the evolution of their planetary systems.
Americans cut their intake of sugar-sweetened sodas by half, but largely turned a deaf ear to advice to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Officials are ready for the 6,000 delegates, 20,000 journalists and 500 dignitaries coming to the Democratic convention, July 25-28.
Amanda Strous, 27, was found inside her burning apartment Saturday evening and was pronounced dead at a hospital.
It was seen as an urgent move to reboot the New York Republican’s general-election campaign, which recently has been besieged by turmoil.
In conversations with police, shooter Omar Mateen called himself an Islamic soldier and refused to cooperate with hostage negotiators.
Philadelphia-area vaccine maker Inovio and South Korea’s GeneOne Life Sciences on Monday said they received approval from U.S. regulators.
The justices, 5-3, relaxed the so-called exclusionary rule even when it is not clear people on the streets have done anything wrong.
The firms’ conclusions come several days after someone going by the moniker “Guccifer 2.0” claimed responsibility for the hack.
Meanwhile, new wildfires erupted Monday near Los Angeles and chased people from their suburban homes.
Only Pennsylvania and Maryland have similar standing orders.