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The government reports the consumer price index this morning and a survey of economists say they expect the good news will be that inflation is still not much of a factor in the economy.
The House Judiciary Committee is preparing to vote today on its first immigration bill this year, a tough enforcement measure giving state and local officials new powers to act against people here without documentation.
The U.S. Naval Academy’s superintendent has decided to move ahead with proceedings in a sexual assault case involving football players and a female midshipman.
A former U.S. Marine facing extradition to the Philippines on double murder charges says he is innocent.
Stocks are closing higher as traders hope that the Federal Reserve will decide to continue its economic stimulus program when it meets this week.
Coroner’s officials say a form of cancer killed the serial killer known as the Night Stalker who terrorized Southern California in the mid-1980s.
The Republican Party’s hope of running stronger presidential races by revamping immigration is about to hit a big hurdle: House Republicans.
The FBI has reached a milestone in its 63-year-old program of pursuing its “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.”
The Obama administration won’t welcome the election of a relative moderate as Iran’s next president with any new nuclear offer. A State Department spokeswoman says it’s up to Tehran to compromise.
The nation’s energy secretary says a solar-powered plane that landed outside Washington early Sunday will one day offer a payoff for people on the ground.
A jury in Delaware says there was no medical negligence in a penile implant procedure that the patient said left him with an 8-month erection.
Here’s the latest goal for food makers: Perfect the art of imperfection.
A man accused of gunning down a West Virginia sheriff has lost a bid for bail ahead of his first-degree murder trial.
The State Department says it sees nothing new in North Korea’s offer of high-level talks with the U.S.
Women may be able to start training as Army Rangers by mid-2015 and as Navy SEALs a year later under plans set to be announced by the Pentagon that would slowly bring women into thousands of combat jobs, including those in elite special operations forces.
Republican Sen. John McCain is questioning President Barack Obama about political appointees’ use of secret government email accounts to conduct official business.