Will Congress pass a budget bill before tonight's deadline.
The group that runs Medicare and Medicaid is proposing revisions in an effort to promote and ensure the recognition and validity of same sex marriages.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says 42.9 million Americans have unpaid medical bills.
A recent study found nearly 5-percent of high school students use e-cigarettes.
During the past 12-months, the four-week average has fallen 10-percent.
The study tracked sexual assaults on college-age females ages 18-24 from 1995 to 2013.
Congress has less than 24 hours to agree on a budget or face a shutdown, and the deal on the table is not sitting well with some lawmakers.
Some call for resignations at CIA following scathing Senate torture tactic report, but others defend the agency.
Just because both parties approve it doesn't mean everyone likes it.
Lawmakers questioned whether requiring a label on any packaged food including genetically modified organisms would be misleading to consumers.
What fallout could the release of the Senate's C.I.A. "torture report" bring?
Under the new rules, an accused player will immediately go on paid leave following formal charges or an independent investigation.
Hawaii came out on top as the nation's healthiest state while Mississippi ranked 50th.
Some school districts want to abandon the Federal School Lunch Standards calling them too costly and restrictive.
We've got the list of the most annoying types of airline passengers. Are you one of them?
Powdered caffeine may sound harmless, but it's being blamed for the deaths of at least two young men this year: 18-year-old Logan Stiner in Ohio and 24-year-old Wade Sweatt in Alabama.
American man arrested in Israel for allegedly acquiring explosives that he planned to use to attack Muslim holy sites.
More backlash follows release of report on enhanced interrogation techniques.
The release of a Senate report detailing extreme techniques used on terror has many shocked, but former CIA officials insist it's not torture.
The battle over Benghazi takes center stage today in Washington.
Senate report on C.I.A. interrogations in wake of 9/11 attacks highlights horrific abuses.
Heavy rains lash East Coast; snow expected as storm pushes further inland.
William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, pay a somber visit to the site of the 9/11 attacks.
The case was brought by former workers at an Amazon fulfillment center who said they had to wait in long lines at security checkpoints and should be compensated for the time.
During a news conference in Geneva today, the US Secretary-General's Special Envoy on Ebola, who recently returned from a visit to West Africa, told journalists of the "enormity of the job that still lies ahead."
The unmanned capsule arrived in San Diego onboard the Navy's USS Anchorage Monday night.
Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Diplomats are on edge as a report that details interrogation techniques used by the CIA after 9/11 is set to be released today in Washington.
Are police body cameras the solution to reducing unjustified force?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Brooklyn Nets game against the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight in New York City.
Protests continue across the country over recent Grand Jury decisions, as the nation continues a conversation about race and justice.
Holder will outline the new federal profiling limits to state and local law enforcement officials during a conference call and will urge them to adopt them.
Protests demanding justice in the wake of Michael Brown and Eric Garner decisions continue.
NASA is hailing the successful first test flight of the Orion space capsule, which will eventually take astronauts to Mars.
President Obama nominates Ashton Carter for Secretary of Defense.
The new jobs report contains promising signs about the economy.
NASA's Orion space capsule splashes down in the Pacific, completing its first test launch.
Whooping cough will most likely increase across the country due to the natural cycle of the disease and vaccines wearing off.
NASA launches its first test flight of the Orion space capsule, the vehicle that will eventually carry astronauts to Mars.
The White House confirms President Obama will announce today that Ash Carter is his pick to replace outgoing-Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
2014 is on track to be the best year for U.S. jobs gains since January 2012.
New DOD report shows an increase in reported sexual assaults within the military.
Nationwide protests follow decision not to indict officer in choke hold death of Eric Garner; judge released select details from evidence.
Technical issues postpone NASA's planned test launch of the new Orion space capsule.
Child Care Aware said that in 30 states, the annual cost of child care is higher than tuition and fees at the state's four-year state colleges.
High wings, wayward boat and technical issues result in scrubbing of planned Orion capsule test launch.
Washington State University researchers work to develop breathalyzer that will detect THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.
Protests spill out into the streets of New York and Washington after a white police officer is not indicted after the death of an African-American suspect.
After about 30 years of using the Beretta as the primary sidearm for the US Military, the Pentagon is seeking a new contract.
Nearly five percent of active duty women report being the victims of unwanted sexual contact in the last year.
Under Mister Obama's order last month, the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants was delayed.