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Returning Iraq and Afghanistan soldiers are using the same claims process their great-grandfathers used after World War II.
The Republican congressman abruptly ended a hearing over the Internal Revenue Service without allowing Democratic lawmakers to speak.
The New Jersey governor drew a warm reception before a group that did not even invite him last year.
Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a female officer but admitted his guilt on lesser offenses.
Bitcoin uses a public ledger and a network of voluntary computers to validate transactions that are signed with encrypted signatures.
He successfully battled multiple sclerosis to live an active life from the time he was 28.
Congress urged to commission study about how the NSA is using information at panel discussion on cybersecurity in Washington.
An army general accused of sexually assaulting a junior officer will admit guilt on lesser charges but will fight the more serious charges.
A long-simmering battle over whether the IRS targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny has heated up again in Congress.
About 1.5 million consumers are covered under such plans, 500,000 of which were purchased by individuals and the rest by small businesses.
Treatment in suburban Los Angeles last year began four hours after birth -- a protocol even faster than the first case from Mississippi.
Pennsylvania saw one of the biggest drops in pedestrian deaths, nearly 36 percent, compared to the same six-month period of 2012.
The aim is to make it easier for truckers to quickly get propane and other home heating fuel where they are needed.
U.S. Sen John Cornyn, who didn't get an endorsement from his fellow Texas senator, routed his Republican primary challenger.
United Airlines is sending passengers with oversized carry-on bags back to the ticket counter to check their luggage for a fee.
The prosecutor in an Army sex case wanted the most serious charges against Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair dropped.
Looking for a job? You'd do best by messing with Texas.
To reach the goal, the IIE will focus on recruiting more low-income students and others who have not participated in high numbers.
Residents of parts of the South, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast were coping Monday with several inches of snow atop a layer of slush.
A former Pennsylvania coal town and a Dallas suburb lost a lengthy battle to enact anti-immigrant laws.
Plus: Drug abusers use doctors; Cities bid for GOP convention; Bin Laden confidant on trial
President Barack Obama pressed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to accept a U.S.-sponsored framework for negotiations.
Whatever the White House chooses to do about the Russian aggression in Ukraine, the time to make that decision and to implement it is now.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday rolled out a rule to further limit sulfur in gasoline.
Pennsylvania voters back medical marijuana, support same-sex marriage, according to the Quinnipiac University poll.
The continuing struggle for power inside the GOP is likely to remain one of the most important story lines of the 2014 elections.
Plus: Governor waffles on pot; storm evacuations end; parade breakthrough?
Amid a public opinion revolution in favor of same-sex marriage, religious groups opponents have paid a price in their public image.
A costly hepatitis drug is testing the limits of how much society is willing to pay to remain healthy.
Justices will hear arguments on whether Florida's rules for whether a person is mentally competent to be executed are constitutional.
Federal surveys of storage tanks at a Washington state complex holding radioactive weapons waste document "significant construction flaws."
In elections that begin next week, voters in 10 states will be required to present photo identification before casting ballots.
Movement to give homeless their own home, no matter how small, spreads to different cities.
Plus: Bin Laden kin faces trial; man guilty in deaths of 4; toxic mix killed Hoffman; Kerry Kennedy acquitted
The Environmental Protection Agency said the massive Pebble Mine project in Alaska endangers the finest wild salmon run on Earth.
And once people in certain states are able to sign up through the exchanges, their insurance can be made retroactive.
FDA's proposed food labeling updates are receiving plaudits from UPMC nutritionist Leslie Bonci, among others.
Also: Officials seek credit scores; Holder home from hospital: Ky. same-sex marriages; Married man ordained
The Quinnipiac University poll shows Mrs. Clinton leads potential Republican rivals Gov. Chris Christie and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum.
The Transportation Department ordered oil explorers to test the chemical composition of all crude intended for shipping by rail.
Plus: Ponzi victims prevail; military-protest ruling; mother lode of planets; Google loses video ruling
The president extolled the benefits of federal spending on light rail, roads and bridges.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel last year ordered that all the services review the qualifications of people holding those jobs.
The changes provide miners the opportunity to substantiate their claims with a complete pulmonary evaluation.
House Republicans haven't even officially unveiled their massive plan and the top Senate Republican is already pronouncing it dead.
Plus: President, Boehner huddle; court rules on searches; Ariz. leader back amid flap
A small but growing number of Republican governors and lawmakers are looking for alternatives to expanding Medicaid.
AN FDA panel began debating a new technique that combines DNA from three people to create embryos free of certain inherited diseases.
The prevalence of obesity among children in the preschool set has fallen 43 percent, according to new data from the CDC.
Analysts say businesses may be able to shrug off economic woes as temperatures warm up, while others could have a harder time recovering.