Privacy advocates have argued the practice skirted or overstepped the Fourth Amendment.
Trump and Congress put off spending wrangle for another week with stopgap bill to avoid midnight shutdown.
The president will sign two executive orders at a shovel factory in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland County.
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Energy interests cheered the announcement. Environmentalists and many coastal lawmakers called it a reckless move.
The budget, a tax overhaul and health care are all issues that the powerful conservative think tank has tried to influence.
As part a performance art project, volunteers dressed as 1960s secretaries take dictation and send postcards to President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump became the first sitting president to address a National Rifle Association convention in more than 30 years.
The Senate sent the temporary spending measure to Trump by voice vote after the House approved it.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is proposing to eliminate 2,300 jobs as part of a large cut to the State Department's budget.
Trump reflected on how his life has changed since he became president and the challenges he faces.
The government released its first of three estimates of growth for the January-March quarter as measured by the gross domestic product.
A state official says human error is to blame for 500 Rhode Island residents receiving two tax-refund checks.
Consumers hoping to consistently find out how many calories are in that burger and fries may have to wait — again.
Scythians roamed over a vast swath of this region, from Siberia to the Black Sea, for about 800 years beginning in the ninth century B.C.
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The prison said Kenneth Williams shook for approximately 10 seconds about three minutes after his lethal injection began Thursday night.
Anthony Levandowski is accused of stealing 14,000 documents that contained technology designs before leaving the company last year.
Now that Cassini has survived this first-round Grand Finale dive, it will make 21 more crossings before its demise in September.
Also, newly released documents showed he was warned by authorities after he retired from the military in 2014 to seek “advance approval.”
At the same time, GOP leaders backed down from the late push to act on health care that had threatened the deal to keep the government open.
“We cannot afford, in this dangerous time, to become dependent on foreign nations for the aluminum that our military relies on,” he said.
Kentucky doctor dragged off United flight in Chicago reaches settlement with airline for undisclosed amount.
The group, based in Portland, Ore., visited Duquesne University Thursday as part of a tour raising awareness of its U.S. Supreme Court case.
Transportation projects such as Port Authority’s proposed Bus Rapid Transit system are part of the budget fight between Trump and Congress.
The soldiers were accompanying Afghan troops on a raid when they came under attack by Islamic State fighters in Nangarhar Province.
Cpl. Stephen Ballard, 32, was slain Wednesday in the parking lot of a Wawa convenience store in Bear, Del.
Flynn, an often controversial former three-star Army general, has become an increasingly problematic figure for the White House.
Small business owners don't plan a hiring binge if the Trump administration's plan to lower tax rates becomes law.
Aron Bielski, 89, told an audience in Squirrel Hill how he and three older brothers rescued Jews in Belorussia during the war.
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Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said in a Wednesday speech he wants to ditch the Obama-era rules.
The president signed an executive order directing the review of the designation of dozens of national monuments on federal lands.
A speaker at the third annual Great Lakes Economic Forum emphasized the molasses-like pace of governmental change.
If true, the finding would far surpass the widely accepted date of about 15,000 years ago.
David Danks, a CMU professor, is exploring human trust and autonomous technology.
The outlined changes to the tax code are the most concrete guidance so far on Trump's vision for spurring job growth.
United Airlines says a giant rabbit was alive when it arrived on a flight from London to Chicago, but died shortly after.
The New York Police Department said this week that it's still found no signs of foul play.
The rich-poor gap ballooned by $29,200 to $189,600 between 2010 and 2015, according to a Bloomberg analysis.
President Donald Trump’s administration is now looking to bolster the Child and Dependent Care Credit.
In 1964, Alcoa’s dam energized factories that the company built, but the people who were forced to move say they have seen little benefit.
Donald Trump hasn’t yet delivered on any man of his campaign promises, but his administration claims he’s outperformed predecessors.
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Testimony this week will help determine whether jail employees will be charged with abuse in the dehydration death of Terrill Thomas.
The potential agreement would deny President Donald Trump’s request for immediate funding to construct a wall along the Mexico border.
The Governors Highway Safety Association found more drivers who died had drugs in their system than alcohol and raised an alarm.
NEW YORK — Chipotle saw a key sales figure rise more than expected as it works to regain customers’ trust after a series of food scares,
Western Pennsylvania companies provided $1.5 million of the $106.7 million raised for Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The judge said that President Donald Trump cannot set new conditions for the federal grants at stake.