Chaos engulfed the U.S. Capitol on Thursday as House Republicans and Democrats clashed over where the Confederate battle flag can and cannot be displayed.
Republican party leaders try to tone down Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric on Mexico on undocumented immigrants due to concerns it could hurt their chances with the Hispanic voters in 2016.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley signs bill finalizing removal of Confederate battle flag from State House grounds.
Diners will have to wait a little longer before calorie labels appear on the menus of all chain restaurants.
A little more than a year ago, Attorney General Holder ordered that married same sex couples should be treated the same as married opposite sex couples when the same-sex marriages were recognized by the states.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is tightening enforcement of fair housing laws hoping to diversify neighborhoods across the country.
A recent analysis reveals risk factors associated with U.S. Army attempted suicide rates during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The House of Representatives approved a bill Wednesday that would substantially change the Bush-era 'No Child Left Behind' law.
South Carolina House votes to remove Confederate flag from State House grounds after long-running emotional debate.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump doubles down on angry rhetoric against Mexican government and immigrants, but promises he can win Latino votes.
Multiple proposed amendments create hurdle for removal of Confederate flag from State House grounds.
United Airlines passengers long delays Wednesday morning after a computer issue grounded flights, while separate technical issues halted NYSE trading.
Computer problems grounded all United Continental flights, about 3,500 of them, nationwide.
U.S. Army bases brace for next round of force reductions
South Carolina Senate approves bill calling for Confederate flag's removal; House vote expected Wednesday.
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter admits to severe shortcomings in training anti-ISIS fighters.
More than 1.2 trillion dollars in student loans taken out by more than 40 million consumers with an average balance of about $29,000.
Officials are still sifting through the details of a nuclear deal with Iran as a deadline moves closer.
Police investigators raid Indiana home of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle.
Third Vote Scheduled for Tuesday
National Average Falls
Senate Takes Up Bill First
Reports of shots fired at Navy Yard prompt massive police response; security concerns have nation on alert ahead of 4th of July celebrations.
BP and five Gulf states announce massive settlement resolving years of legal fighting over damage done by 2010 Deepwater Horizon Spill.
Episcopal Church leaders voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples.
As large crowds gather all over the country for Fourth of July celebrations, there's heightened concern about attacks inspired by ISIS.
The US economy is showing signs of warming up.
Several major airlines have been subpoenaed by the Justice Department as part of investigation into price-fixing.
Many wonder if recent wave of fires at African American churches are racially motivated.
President Obama announces re-establishment of diplomatic ties, promising a U.S. flag will fly over an embassy in Havana this summer.
Investigators say Wednesday night's fire at a church in South Carolina, the eighth African American church to burn in recent days, was likely not arson.
The State Department has released nearly 2,000 of Hillary Clinton's e-mails from her time as Secretary of State.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie makes it official, he's running for president.
President's plan would extend overtime pay to salaried workers who earn up to $50,400 per year.
Washington's "Sleepy Hollow" fire continues to burn after destroying dozens of homes.
The Pope will visit Washington, D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Monday's stock slide has investors nervously awaiting Tuesday's opening bell amid the Greek Crisis and an emerging crisis in Puerto Rico.
Obama wants to make 5 million more workers eligible for overtime.
Investigators say New York prison escapee David Sweat said he and fellow fugitive Richard Matt had planned to travel to Mexico.
U.S. Supreme Court rules that states can continue to use lethal injection drug blamed in two botched executions.
A new study reveals Americans are much more accepting of working mothers than ever before.
Police say escaped New York fugitives used pepper to escape tracking dogs; second prison employee accused of aiding escape faces arraignment.
Mission to resupply International Space Station ends with catastrophic failure.
The Supreme Court made its decision clear about same-sex marriage, but how some states plan to handle it is much less clear.
Today, marks the end of the term for the US Supreme Court.
Richard Matt, one of two inmates on the run after escaping from a New York prison has been shot and killed by authorities.
President Obama delivers rousing eulogy for the late Reverend Clementa Pinckney and issues call for racial healing.
As crowds cheer falls of same-sex marriage ban outside of the Supreme Court, couple begin saying "I Do" across the country.
French authorities have launched an investigation following an attack and explosion at an American gas factory in southeast France today that left one person decapitated and several injured.
Funeral services will be held today for Reverend Clementa Pinckney, with President Obama delivering a eulogy.