Advocates for the surviving victims won a three-year fight Thursday when the Virginia General Assembly budgeted $400,000 to compensate them at the rate of $25,000 each.
Dressed in red and raising signs into the air, thousands of teachers filled a downtown Los Angeles park Thursday to demand higher wages and smaller class sizes amid stalled contract negotiations.
He goes out of his way to address two issues he knows are big problems for the GOP base.
The parents of the first American killed by Islamic State militants say the U.S. government failed them during their son's long capture.
The investigation is very preliminary, the inspector general cautions.
On the first day of the conference, the contrasting standings of Scott Walker and Chris Christie in the early stages of the 2016 campaign reveal how quickly perceptions of the race can change.
The Obama administration has proposed banning the manufacture and sale of a popular bullet used in AR-15 semiautomatic rifles, a move that has enraged gun rights advocates.
The government’s $1.3 billion program to stop HIV infection in Africa is not cost effective, a new study by a Stanford student shows.
The congressman also didn't appear to pay to put on a fancy fundraiser at a golf course.
Grand jury indictments indicate that four of the five South Carolina children who allegedly died at the hands of their father were strangled and one was beaten.
The House is likely to counter a Senate bill with one that would extend the standoff into the next month.
Everyone from Hillary to Rand is giddy about "innovation." But it wasn't always that way.
Facing a battle to persuade Congress to grant him new authority, the president tried to ease concerns that such agreements would help corporations at the expense of others.
United Airlines has issued a stern warning to its pilots after mistakes in the cockpit put passenger planes in potential danger.
The autopsy of an unarmed Mexican man killed by the police showed he was shot up to seven times, including twice from behind, a lawyer for the man’s family said Thursday.
Some want to use every tactic to fight the FCC; others are seeking a bipartisan effort to weaken the rules.
Gov. Gary Herbert criticized the Utah House on Thursday for deciding not to consider his plan for expanding Medicaid.
The verbal slip came when Hoyer and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy were debating the weekend schedule on the House floor.
Amazon has hired Mr. Carney as senior vice president for global corporate affairs. The move is unusual, as Amazon is known for grooming employees from within.
Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bombing suspect, asked a judge Thursday to dismiss the indictment against him or suspend his trial, saying the jury pool was not diverse.