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Returning Iraq and Afghanistan soldiers are using the same claims process their great-grandfathers used after World War II.
The New Jersey governor drew a warm reception before a group that did not even invite him last year.
With an average wait time of 364 days, Pittsburgh has the eighth-worst processing rate of the 56 VA offices across the country
The vote against advancing Debo Adegbile was linked to the murder of a Philadelphia policeman and the legal help his killer received.
A long-simmering battle over whether the IRS targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny has heated up again in Congress.
U.S. Sen John Cornyn, who didn't get an endorsement from his fellow Texas senator, routed his Republican primary challenger.
The continuing struggle for power inside the GOP is likely to remain one of the most important story lines of the 2014 elections.
In elections that begin next week, voters in 10 states will be required to present photo identification before casting ballots.
And once people in certain states are able to sign up through the exchanges, their insurance can be made retroactive.
The city will take the first step, but there are plenty of political and logistical challenges and some tough competition.
The GOP needs to change, and be less focused on abortion, former Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Ridge said Thursday.
The 20 women who serve in the U.S. Senate are joint winners of Allegheny College’s third annual Prize for Civility in Public Life.
The Quinnipiac University poll shows Mrs. Clinton leads potential Republican rivals Gov. Chris Christie and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum.
The president extolled the benefits of federal spending on light rail, roads and bridges.
House Republicans haven't even officially unveiled their massive plan and the top Senate Republican is already pronouncing it dead.
A small but growing number of Republican governors and lawmakers are looking for alternatives to expanding Medicaid.
Food companies spent $150 million marketing to children in schools in 2009.
The outcome of the 2014 elections may determine if he will be able to accomplish anything significant during his remaining years in office.
The debate over whether to extend sweeping surveillance tactics has highlighted intraparty divisions that could transform security politics.
The president criticized Congress for failing to "give America a raise" by hiking the overall minimum.
Top Senate Republican leaders were forced into a politically treacherous vote engineered by Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz.