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Investigators of the Germanwings crash that killed 150 believe a rogue co-pilot locked out his colleague.
The measure spares doctors a 21 percent pay cut if it passes a Senate vote. The bill requires high-income earners to pay higher premiums.
Glenn Haggstrom was the principal executive director of the Office of Acquisition, Logistics and Construction.
The governor agreed to allow a needle exchange in an effort to curb the outbreak, which has resulted in at least 70 cases.
The report does not specify the country where the parties occurred, but an official familiar with the matter identified it as Colombia.
Hillel has attempted to stop local chapters from hosting events that involve speakers or groups deemed to be anti-Israel.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules Thursday to protect Americans from stumbling into what it calls a “debt trap.”
Plus: Conservative budget OK’d; Indiana religious freedom bill; Illinois guardsman charged; and more.
Republicans narrowly approved a budget with $5.5 trillion in domestic spending cuts over 10 years, increasing defense spending.
The outcome to a challenge to President Obama’s mercury pollution abatement rule may hinge on when the EPA considered the costs.
A top Army official on Wednesday announced new medical support to those exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq and apologized for prior
The residential apartment building is on Second Avenue and East 7th Street.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy and faces a possible life term.
The White House said Obama and the Pope plan to discuss “caring for the marginalized and the poor; advancing economic opportunity for all.”
Plus: FBI intel criticized; Obamacare anniversary; North Dakota oil slump; homeopathic labeling.
'The threats are not just knocking on the door. They’re in the room,” said former Rep. Timothy Roemer.
The Homeland Security Department’s top deputy is accused of helping foreign investors get U.S. visas in cases involving prominent Democrats.
College Greek-life organizations are pushing Congress to make it harder for universities to investigate rape allegations.
But just how long the 6,000 people who get the jobs can expect to work for the federal government is unclear.
An extraordinary bipartisan accord is letting both parties move toward ending permanently the annual threat of Medicare cuts to physicians.
Plus: Secret Service scolded; message strategist; bodies found in freezer; and more.
Barry Himes, 52, and Jacqueline McCann, 51, both of Johnstown, were killed in multi-vehicle accident.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination Monday at Liberty University.
U.S. drillers are employing new and high-tech gear to cut costs and stay competitive with global oil producers.
The U.S. Justice Department has faulted Philadelphia’s police for inadequate training and a secret shooting-review process,
Plus: Confederate flag case; no bail for Durst; scaffolding fall kills 3; SeaWorld faces critics; Obamacare, diabetes.
Emergency officials said movable scaffolding peeled away from an 11-story glass and steel building into a parking lot below.
Even as the land recovers from the Oso mudslide that killed 43, many of those affected say their nerves continue to be jangled.
The fire tore through the Orthodox Jewish family’s home just after midnight Saturday when a hot plate left on overnight malfunctioned.
New federal data are raising concerns among regulators about whether consumers are fully informed about the fees.
Mr. Cruz, a divisive figure in his own party, is not expected to be the sole GOP contender for long.
The bill would ban companies that operate school services from using or disclosing students’ personal information to tailor ads to them.
Barry Himes won several national awards in producing and directing long format programs, including a documentary on Haiti.
A police inquiry into an alleged University of Virginia fraternity house gang rape turned up no evidence of such an attack.
PLUS: Pentagon bill drafted, Interstate crash kills 5, Menendez may be charged.
The Texas senator, 44, has built a reputation as an unyielding advocate for conservative principles in his two years in the Senate.
The U.S. Supreme Court will tackle the question of whether the driver or the government speaks with a license plate.
The government has long argued that releasing the photographs could incite attacks against U.S. forces and government personnel abroad.
The fire was the city’s deadliest since March 2007, when a woman and nine children from two families were killed.
Plus: Car-seat recall penalty; execution moratorium; mom held in killing 2 kids.
The agreement, negotiated by House Republican and Democratic leaders, would repeal a Medicare formula that threatens to cut doctors fees.
Panama City Beach, like previous Florida spring break hot spots Fort Lauderdale and Daytona Beach, is facing a crisis of conscience.
FBI Special Agent Don Alway appealed for patience Friday saying 30 federal, state and local agents were working intensively.
Police here and elsewhere are trying to grapple with years of accumulated mistrust and anger in many poor, minority neighborhoods.
The research revived hopes for an approach to therapy that until now has experienced repeated failures.
Plus: Ill. congressman investigated; Secret Service gets new deputy director; AFT head to resigns; wrongful conviction; Aaron Schock probe.
Matthew Yarnell worked on the 97th floor of the south tower as vice president and programmer analyst in technology for Fiduciary Trust Co.
A University of Virginia student’s arrest provoked allegations of overreaction and racism.
The head of the U.S. Cyber Command told Congress he wants to strengthen military cyber-offensive capabilities.
An Obama executive order signed Thursday sets new goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by federal agencies.