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The Obama administration is unveiling what it calls a historic shift in the way Medicare pays hospitals and doctors.
Many prospective jurors said they could not be impartial because they already believe Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is guilty.
Despite some states allowing recreational and medical use of marijuana, pediatricians say the substance should remain – for the most part – illegal.
President Barack Obama and new Saudi Arabia King Salman are expected to discuss shared concerns during their first formal meeting on Tuesday.
The top House Republican says Congress is looking at options to pay for repairs to America's highways and bridges.
Millions of people are in the path of a potentially historic snowfall that has shuttered schools and businesses and is already being blamed for canceled flights.
A man rides a horse through a bonfire as part of a ritual in honor of Saint Anthony the Abbot,…
Oil prices have plummeted nearly 60 percent since June as global supplies have soared.
The most conservative lawmakers in the House Republican majority have gotten their way a lot in recent years but that may be starting to change.
Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to address Congress offers him publicity, but may also have shaken the balance of U.S.-Israel ties.
King Abdullah, a longtime U.S. ally, died early on Friday after a short illness.
The United States and Cuba aim to reach agreement on the opening of embassies as a step toward ending five decades of bitterness.
The House will on a border security bill as Republicans try to chart their own course on immigration — not just oppose President Barack Obama.
Washington state could become the only state to raise its legal age for smoking tobacco to 21 from 18.
Republicans introduced a bill to repeal one of Obamacare's most unpopular provisions.
A day after delivering a defiant State of the Union, President Obama headed to the heartland to promote plans for bolstering the middle class.
The highest-level U.S. delegation to Cuba in 35 years began talks on aimed at restoring diplomatic relations.
The Republican-controlled panel is revising the landmark No Child Left Behind education law.
Ernst, just two weeks into her Senate career, also appealed for cooperation from Obama.
President Barack Obama in March will recognize the 50th anniversary of historic marches fighting segregation.