"The economy is continuing to improve ... growth looks to be picking up," Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
The federal TSA tried to offer travelers some relief after weeks of slow-moving lines blamed on a shortage of TSA security officers.
The first-of-a-kind device, Probuphine, arrives as communities across the U.S. grapple with a wave of addiction tied to opioids.
Forecasters said the system, which could be named Bonnie and is moving slowly over warm waters, is gradually becoming better defined.
The vote underscored the passions surrounding a social issue that is dividing the Republican Party and the nation in this election year.
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination. The New York billionaire has reached 1,239.
Four people were shot when a fight that started in a performers’ lounge of a Manhattan concert hall spilled into a second-floor VIP area.
He also was a leader of a 1992 task force to alleviate a humanitarian crisis in Somalia.
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While the state cracks down on pill mills and doctors, people with chronic pain say they are left with few alternatives.
U.S. Steel accuses Chinese steel producers of stealing trade secrets, conspiring to fix prices and evading import duties.
President Barack Obama said his counterparts are “rattled by (Donald) Trump -- and for good reasons.”
His Anaheim, Calif., rally came a day after rioting in Albuquerque, N.M., that injured several police officers.
Her aides twice brushed aside concerns, in one case telling technical staff “the matter was not to be discussed further,” the report said.
A new study estimates as “substantial” the risk of a severe birth defect when the mother is infected early in the pregnancy.
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Texas and West Virginia were among the states asking a federal court to declare the bathrooms and locker rooms directive unlawful.
As doctors bemoan changing expectations, patients drive to wherever the pills are.
A law that now has been repealed made it easy for doctors to prescribe opioids — and some did it for money, sex, cocaine.
Jeremy Berg, a chemistry professor, will serve a 5-year term as head of editorial content with the 136-year old science journal.
During the rally, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee was interrupted repeatedly by protesters.
Trump’s win helps him inch closer to clinching the GOP nomination for president.
Meanwhile, the Democratic hopefuls campaigned in California, and Donald Trump won Washington’s primary as he faced violent protesters.
Dylann Roof is awaiting trial on federal hate crime charges in connection with the June 17 shooting that killed nine black parishioners.
The police commissioner Tuesday also announced a new program to help make sure officers read and understand general orders and policies.
The president and chancellor of Baylor University said he regretted the taint that the Monica Lewinsky scandal left.
The caucus will work to educate on voting restrictions enacted since the Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Voting Rights Act.
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This is the first time the surgery is recommended specifically as a diabetes treatment rather than as obesity treatment with a side benefit.
The measure for the first time regulate tens of thousands of toxics in everyday products from household cleaners to clothing and furniture.
When authorities shut down one doctor’s huge pain practice, addicted patients flowed to other offices.
Maryland triggered unintended consequences after it began tracking prescriptions and disciplining rogue prescribers.
The latest recall includes Toyota, Scion and Lexus models from the 2006-2011 model years.
Sanders said he will “condemn any and all forms of violence” but his campaign was welcoming first-time attendees of party conventions.
Peter V. Neffenger, the TSA administrator, announced a series of changes that included the removal of Kelly Hoggan.
The justices said Georgia prosecutors violated the Constitution by excluding African-Americans from the all-white jury
Appalachian Kentucky’s new pill culture was a bonanza for a few, but the death toll spurred action.
Earlier in the day, five of his supporters have been named to the Democratic Party’s platform committee.
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A new Ohio law stripping Planned Parenthood clinics of the remaining $1.3 million they receive from the state was placed on hold Monday.
Republicans want an expedited review so reinstated ex-cons who have registered to vote can be stripped from the rolls ahead of November.
Doctor education, discipline and mandates coincided with a plunge in opioid consumption.
The ex-Marine who ran two clinics, a pharmacy and an MRI facility made millions on the painkiller boom.
The doctor from Greenup, Ky., was disciplined for prescribing after his stepdaughter’s death.
Prosecutors failed for the second time in their bid to hold Baltimore police accountable for the arrest and death of Mr. Gray.
Democratic officials are growing increasingly worried about dissent, especially after a recent state convention in Nevada turned raucous.
The manhunt for Jorge Zambrano began after Auburn police Officer Ronald Tarentino was fatally shot during a traffic stop early Sunday.
The Massachusetts senator is one of the few figures who carries as much credibility with the party’s restive left wing as Bernie Sanders.
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A study is pointing to geologic evidence of two tsunamis — each 3.4 billion years ago, just as life was first beginning to emerge on Earth.