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On nearly party-line vote -- all Democrats and five Republicans opposing it -- House asserts that president violated the Constitution,
The $17 billion bipartisan measure would create 27 new VA medical facilities and let veterans access care at non-VA hospitals and clinics.
Senate Democrats emergency measure for young migrant border crisis differs substantially from House version.
A former IRS official at the center of the agency’s Tea Party controversy referred to some right-wing Republicans as “crazies” and more in
Mayday’s odd alliance will spend $12 million to help elect lawmakers who back curbing influence of wealthy donors.
Annual trustees forecast of two largest entitlement programs shows forces reining in health care spending are extending Medicare funds.
In 15 of the 25 states with statewide primaries, turnout was the lowest ever.
The fund will help pension funds, endowments, foundations and other institutions to invest in rural infrastructure markets.
Rick Perry says Texas is being overwhelmed by influx of Central American children, and criminals are exploiting the crisis.
John Kerry, U.S. secretary of state, and Mohammed Javad Zarif, Iranian foreign minister, spoke for about two hours Monday.
The charter carrying 17 women, 12 girls and nine boys was greeted at the airport by first lady, Ana Hernandez.
The stakes in the country's statehouses are arguably higher than those in the battle for control of the U.S. Senate.
Dubbed SupplierPay, Barack Obama’s plan is a voluntary program meant to boost the economy and strengthen private-sector supply chains.
Both Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, are still contenders for the Democratic convention as well.
The coalition said congressional inaction is putting the economic recovery at risk.
President Barack Obama will mandate state plans for assure quality teachers in high-need schools.
The White House said most children likely won‘t qualify to remain in the United States.
The appeals court ruling is another blow to the state’s immigration crackdown.
Officials said the agency routinely filters out the communications of Americans and information that is of no intelligence value.
The constraints facing the Obama administration came into sharp focus in a series of interviews Sunday.
They want Sen. Thad Cochran to lead the charge in the Senate to renew a key section of the Voting Rights Act struck down last year by the
The federal panel that earlier scorned domestic phone data collections reached a different finding on other surveillance.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto issued two statements concerning the attempts by Uber and Lyft to operate in the city.
The president’s frustrations over legislative inaction have lately given way to partisan blasts.
“I will not let the governor and the Public Utility Commission shut down innovation without a fight,” the Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said.
So far, 26 states and the District of Columbia have agreed to expand Medicaid coverage, providing coverage to 5.2 million more people.
Cases involving Catholic dioceses and Geneva College involve different rules, different facts and different claims.
Ambassador Jose R. Cabanas came to the city after an invitation from Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills.