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Officers at thousands of law enforcement agencies are wearing tiny cameras to record their interactions with the public.
The transmission shifter can be delayed or stop working in Fiat 500Ls from the 2014 model year.
The dispute between the CIA and Sen. Dianne Feinstein has put President Obama in an awkward position.
The provision is unpopular, but administration officials and insurers view it as a critical component of the health care law.
From Polish Navy to Patton's army, a volatile WWII veteran enters the Hall of Valor.
Despite rising need, Pennsylvania, as well as the nation, wrestles with shortage of psychiatrists.
Harvard Medical School physician Vivek Hallegere Murthy, an Obama political organizer, is the latest nominee to be targeted for defeat.
The Obama administration handed backers of medical marijuana a significant victory Friday, opening the way for a University of Arizona
American Civil War Wax Museum undergoes renovation to show 1863 a different way.
Sam Adams beer announced it is withdrawing its sponsorship of Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade because it excludes gay groups.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates called upon teachers Friday to help parents understand the new Common Core academic standards.
The pact would allow for retroactive payments to go to more than 2 million Americans whose benefits expired in late December.
A report issued only a day before Wednesday's East Harlem explosion estimates that $47 billion is needed for repairs and replacement.
They suggest that a state agency was coordinating with the utility before it intervened in a push for a pollution lawsuit.
Plus: Senate clears flood bill; Keystone XL hearing; sentencing shifts backed.
Plus: Military sex assaults; farmers target water regs; Goldman trader’s fine; mall-shooting fixation
The recommended rule changes are aimed at certain workers now designated as supervisory employees.
White House lawyers neither approved the CIA move to refer its complaint to the Justice Department nor provided any advice to the agency.
The California senator said the agency was undermining her intelligence committee's investigation of a controversial interrogation program.
Plus: Calif. coastline protected; Clinton, Keystone XL; mayors want rail safety; cat that trapped owners
Their attorneys claim self-incrimination over emails sought in traffic-jam scandal.
The Swede was conducting an on-the-street interview in a Kabul neighborhood populated by Western nongovernmental organizations.
Peter Lanza said in an interview in The New Yorker that he wished his second-born son "had never been born."
Plus: Holder sees heroin crisis; Colo.: $2M in toke taxes; new marathon security; Smithsonian picks leader.
The bill would scrap the nearly century-old practice of using a "good soldier defense" to raise doubts that a crime has been committed.
Pennsylvania officials say they can't count on the federal government for enough transportation funding.
Use of the light rail system increased by 7.5 percent last year, the second-greatest increase among cities of comparable size.
The new law appears to be achieving its top goal of reducing the number of Americans who lack health insurance.
Pennsylvania transportation leaders say they can't count on the federal government for enough transportation funding.
The average price for regular gasoline at U.S. pumps gained 9.87 cents in the past two weeks to $3.5098 a gallon.
Poverty, unemployment, domestic violence, sexual assault and addiction pervade lives of young people among the nation's 566 tribes.
To cut costs, hospitals must deal with labor and personnel expenses -- and that will lead to more frequent showdowns with employees.
The company is trying to hold on to smartphone customers amid a price war with T-Mobile US Inc.
Bricolage Theater stages a multimedia performance highlighting sexual assault in the military.
Insurers CAN renew health policies into 2017, even though they don't meet minimum coverage requirements under the federal health care law.
Agencies are now monitoring their computer networks with unprecedented scrutiny and tracking employee behavior.
But it's more than the Oval Office that will be dark as Russia's incursion into Ukraine reaches its one-week mark.
Some of the GOP's most prominent conservatives want to emphasize hot-button social issues like abortion and gay marriage in this year's
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.