Sixty-five years after Sgt. Joseph Snock of Apollo was captured, his remains have been identified.
Officials cite an increased effort by the Islamic State to galvanize its sympathizers in the United States and elsewhere since Memorial Day.
Humana has nearly 3.2 million people enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans, a total that falls just sort of market leader UnitedHealth.
The Department of Homeland Security is targeting illegal immigrants who are criminally convicted, terrorism threats or new border-crossers.
A train carrying flammable and toxic gas derailed and caught fire early Thursday in eastern Tennessee.
Former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., who was a Reagan administration Navy secretary, has announced he is entering the race.
“We are committed to providing a welcoming atmosphere free of offensive symbols,” the tracks and their ownership groups stated Thursday.
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The settlement in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill represents the largest environmental settlement in American history.
The Justice Department is conducting a civil antitrust investigation of whether airlines illegally signaled each other to keep fares high.
More than a half-dozen firest have burned black churches since a white gunman was charged in the Charleston, S.C. shooting.
The incident comes amid heightened security concerns ahead of the U.S. July Fourth holiday weekend.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination has reported more than $45 million in donations.
The CSX train derailed in Blount County in the Maryville area, south of Knoxville.
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The new labor rule would require employers to pay time-and-a-half wages to salaried workers earning up to $50,440 a year.
U.S. Interests Section chief Jeffrey DeLaurentis arrived at the Cuban Foreign Ministry in Havana this morning to hand-deliver the message.
The action follows a 2014 vote by the Presbyterian Church to pull investments from three firms connected to the West Bank occupation.
Police nationwide so far in 2015 have shot and killed 123 people exhibiting mental or emotional crisis, a Washington Post analysis found.
The Supreme Court said it would determine whether public employees should be forced to pay dues to a union they don’t want to join.
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Crashes and deaths rose at rail crossings last year, reversing a long trend of decreases.
Advocates for Palestinians say the divest and sanction movement is a non-violent way to pressure Israel into ending human rights abuses.
Christie reintroduces himself to a national audience that has seen him fade from favor among Republicans.
New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that two killed or captured escaped murderers had intended first to go to Mexico.
County clerks in South reluctantly issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
The court said the sedative drug does not violate the U.S. Constitution’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
The governor said Sweat initially was listed in stable condition but was downgraded to critical Sunday night.
The plane wound up behind the two-story colonial, where a section of the tail and a charred wing rested on a hillside in the yard.
The argument against independent commissions rests in the Constitution’s Election Clause.
The real estate mogul is one of many contenders for the GOP nomination for president.
Overall attendance was expected to be in the millions for what amounted to a celebration of a freshly endorsed right to marry.
The Jewish People Policy Institute said there are currently 14.2 million Jews in the world.
It was a severe blow to NASA, the third cargo mission to fail in eight months.
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Some 1,300 members of law enforcement took part in the search through the forests and bogs of northern New York.
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The justices ruled in a 5-4 decision that the EPA should have weighed the cost of compliance in deciding whether to regulate the pollutants.
Squirrel Hill native Evan Wolfson has led the national fight for same-sex marriage for more than 30 years.
As society has evolved and gambling has spread, legalized sports betting in the U.S. is becoming an increasingly real possibility.
Some members of Congress want to pass federal legislation to ban discrimination against LGBT people in employment and housing.
After Supreme Court ruling favoring the Affordable Care Act, the opposing reaction in Congress and courts is likely to be far from unified.
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David Sweat is in custody after being shot by police near the Canadian border.
Religious leaders who oppose same-sex marriage lamented the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
President Barack Obama used his eulogy for a slain pastor to deliver an unvarnished lecture on America’s racial history Friday.
Ohio was one of the states that did not recognize same-sex marriages until Friday’s Supreme Court ruling.
Though same-sex marriage is legal in Pennsylvania, it’s still legal to discriminate based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
Mr. Roof, 21, was arrested and charged last week in the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
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