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U.S. consumer prices held steady last month, the latest sign of weak inflation at home amid soft energy prices and slow growth abroad.
Many ‘Dreamers,’ upset that their parents aren’t included in President Barack Obama’s plan, have vowed to continue the fight for further changes in immigration policy.
Disgruntled rural landowners are challenging a state law passed in 2012 that Nebraska officials used to approve the pipeline’s path through their property.
The director of the National Security Agency issued strong warnings Thursday about cyberthreats emerging from other countries against networks running critical U.S. infrastructure systems.
President Obama’s move to offer legal-worker status to undocumented immigrants will send unpredictable ripples through the economy, prompting many to seek higher paying jobs and heightening wage competition, economists say.
A criminal case against former coal-mining executive Don Blankenship is already generating controversy after a judge imposed a broad gag order to find an impartial jury for the trial.
A new blast of lake-effect snow pounded Buffalo, N.Y., piling more misery on a city already buried by an epic, deadly snowfall that could leave some areas with nine feet of snow on the ground when it is all done.
Republicans nearly unanimously agree the president’s solo action on immigration will be a mistake. But there is no such consensus yet on how they will respond to it.
Democratic senators pressed the White House Thursday over negotiations on the release of a report criticizing the Central Intelligence Agency’s interrogation program.
Mike Nichols, who staged numerous plays and directed ‘The Graduate’ (1967) and Angels in America (2003), has died at 83.
The new storm could mean that Erie County, in western New York state, could get smacked with a total of eight feet of snow this week.
U.S. lawmakers urged the Obama administration to increase consultations with Congress over any potential nuclear deal with Iran and Western powers as talks approached a Monday deadline.
The quality chief of the Japanese auto-parts supplier at the center of a massive auto recall said it first learned of problems with its air bags in May 2005 but didn’t start its investigation or warn car makers until two years later.
A two-year Senate investigation of commodity-market activities at big Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan Chase found the firms compromised market integrity.
Americans are largely pleased with the outcome of this month’s midterm elections but have little faith that Republican gains in the House and Senate will prompt the two parties to work more closely to solve the nation’s problems, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds.
Congressional Republicans were divided Wednesday over how to respond to President Barack Obama’s plan to unilaterally change the immigration system.
President Obama is set to lay out sweeping changes to the immigration system in an executive action that will likely spark a bitter fight with the GOP.
Fed officials meeting last month said they felt the U.S. recovery was on strong enough footing to withstand gathering external threats to growth and stuck to their plan to unwind nearly six years of easy-money policies.
FSU police fatally shot a gunman at the campus library in a shooting that left three students wounded as hundreds studying inside the building fled or took cover in panic.
The nation’s Republican governors, emboldened by the results of the midterm elections, gathered in Florida on Wednesday for a 2014 victory lap, but the meeting had the feel of an audition for the 2016 presidential race.