The White House says President Barack Obama has signed a bill making it a crime to lie about receiving a military medal.
New York state officials say they have reached a settlement with GE Capital Retail Bank that forces the company’s CareCredit LLC subsidiary to add consumer protections to their health care credit card, which can carry interest rates above 26 percent.
The president of the foundation overseeing about $11.4 million in funds donated to Newtown in the wake of the shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School
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Spicy Watermelon-Mint Refresher
3 cups of fresh-cut watermelon
1 tsp. fresh jalapeno
3 sprigs of fresh mint
Juice all ingredients in your
Brownback’s Republican allies in the Kansas Legislature overcame resistance to raising new revenues by describing their proposals as old business left on lawmakers’ agenda from last year.
U.S. experts on human rights violations before and during Chile’s dictatorship say an investigation into the death of poet Pablo Neruda risks going off track by looking at Michael Townley, an American who later worked as a spy for Chile.
The White House says President Barack Obama is concerned by excessive spending by the Internal Revenue Service and other agencies on conferences and travel.
Rebuffing President Barack Obama’s latest plea, House Republicans on Monday proposed keeping open the military-run prison at Guantanamo Bay
The nation’s new energy secretary said Monday that a breach in security at the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant was unacceptable
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — On the hardscrabble streets in south Tehran, a group of paramilitary volunteers looks to hard-line presidential candidate Saeed Jalili — Iran’s top nuclear negotiator — as the best defender of the Islamic system. On