The Health and Human Services department released a massive computer file of 2015 premiums one day ahead of the start of open enrollment.
Offering prayer, shelter, food and a safe sanctuary for protesters, residents, schoolchildren and others who may be affected by potential un…
Found in sub-zero weather, is perky and purring after workers at an animal shelter used heating pads, blankets and hair dryers to save its l…
West Virginia University suspends all fraternity and sorority activities after student found without a pulse in Kappa Sigma house.
The change by AT&T essentially removes a hidden string of letters and numbers that are passed along to websites that a consumer visits.
Same-sex couples can marry in 32 states, parts of Kansas and Missouri, and the District of Columbia.
ESPN says a city health department inspection completed November 3rd found dozens of critical health code violations at the facilities.
Security is being tightened ahead of grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
The camera that “would forever change our view of Earth” from space more than a half century ago has been sold at auction for $275,000.
Allows religious nonprofit groups to avoid paying for contraception under the president’s health care law.
Here are some changes for 2015:
He will be succeeded Feb. 1 by agency veteran Megan Brennan, who will become the first female postmaster general.
Evidence that recent job gains and lower gas prices are lifting consumer spending as the holiday shopping season begins.
The dramatic rescue came a little more than a week after the building officially opened.
An Idaho biology teacher is facing possible disciplinary action after killing and skinning a rabbit in class to show students where their fo…
After entering his not guilty plea, the judge set a March 9 trial date.
But mission controllers said Friday that battery issues may make it impossible — at least for now — to access that information.
On Wednesday, a 4.8-magnitude earthquake struck Kansas and was widely felt in parts of Oklahoma.