Newly found emails that prompted a new FBI review of the Hillary Clinton email investigation came from a separate probe of Anthony Weiner.
School districts across the country are split on how to accommodate transgender students in the face of conflicting guidance.
With the dollar stabilizing, export sales rebounded in the summer and businesses picked up the pace of inventory building.
Still, her trust issues persist, and those concerns come as a memo from an ex-Bill Clinton aide is roiling his wife’s campaign over ethics.
The regulations limit how Internet providers use and sell customer data, while asserting that customers have a right to control their info.
The operation dramatically escalated a monthslong dispute over Native American rights and the Dakota Access project’s environmental impact.
The government says it’s a scam that’s tricked at least 15,000 people into shelling out more than $300 million.
The occupation of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge spanned 41 freezing-cold days starting in early January.
The president has now ordered more prisoners released early from federal penitentiaries in a single year than any of his predecessors.
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The widow of Jacob Moreno continued his work and practice after his death in 1974.
The problem is particularly acute among high school seniors. Fourth and eighth graders, especially girls and minorities, saw growth.
Later, the Republican unveiled a “New Deal for black America,” while the Democrat sought a record Hispanic turnout in the election.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter gave the order following news reports that soldiers were asked for reimbursement that sometimes topped $25,000.
Published tuition and fees for four-year public colleges and universities this fall average $9,650 for in-state students.
Law enforcement made no immediate move after protesters rejected their request to withdraw from private land.
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The researchers report that thousands of people were infected with the human immunodeficiency virus by the late 1970s.
It’s not nearly as simple as CRISPR, but it’s less likely to miss its target and could be safer for gene therapy in human patients.
The consequences of halting major fundraisers compounds the challenges facing a candidate and a party already straining to match the Dems.
Now even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
The government Monday projected sharp cost increases for President Barack Obama’s signature health care law.
A federal judge has approved a $14.7 billion settlement in the Volkswagen emissions-cheating case.
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As of Monday, the Florida Department of Health reported seven new travel-related Zika cases in the state.
Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology said customers failed to change their default passwords in millions of web-connected devices.
A new Gallup poll found sharp divisions between black and white Americans over the ways they viewed the recent protests.
Getachew Fekede was fired in March when he stopped showing up for work. A neighbor said he was being harassed by a co-worker.
The U.S. government’s Healthy People 2020 goals aim to have 81.9 percent of new mothers try nursing their infants.
The mid-October assault rescued 82 children, who were provided social services, and arrested 239 suspected pimps and fellow reprobates.
A decade ago, environmentalists and the federal government agreed to revive a 150-mile stretch of the San Joaquin River.
U.S. courts: Electronic surveillance requests up 500 percent in D.C. area since 2011, almost all sealed cases
The release by the courts leaves unanswered how long, in what ways and for what crimes federal investigators tracked individuals’ data.
The instructions reiterate the Roman Catholic Church’s preference for burial over cremation.
In-state tuition and fees for 2016-17 average $13,880 at four-year campuses, topped only by New Hampshire and Vermont.
But his team conceded that crucial Pennsylvania may be slipping away to Hillary Clinton. And Evan McMullin is still challenging him in Utah.
The two officers were shot Sunday night and are expected to recover. Michael Vance is believed to have slain his aunt and uncle.
At the same time, many consumers will be down to just one insurer. This may stoke another “Obamacare” controversy days before the election.
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Tom Hayden was a 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 7 trial defendant to become a legislator and author.
Officials said the bus carrying 44 passengers was going much faster than the truck, but the bus may have been slowing down before impact.
It is by far the president’s biggest effort to bolster local Democrats since he took office.
The Review-Journal was bought late last year by the casino magnate and billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a supporter of the GOP nominee.
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When a media company buys another, the acquired firm’s regime is usually shoved out the door.
The new court calendar suggests that the remaining eight justices are altering their workload.
Researchers think they’ve found signs of “moonlet wakes” in the planet’s outer rings.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
The proposed deal is likely to spur yet more consolidation among media companies, which have looked to partners to get bigger.
Mr. Trump’s carefully scripted presentation was meant to project a new level of forethought and seriousness.
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