The state of Michigan sued Flint Wednesday, alleging that the City Council's delay in approving a broadly backed recommendation to buy water long term from a Detroit-area system is endangering public health
Authorities say a man crashed his vehicle into Arkansas' new Ten Commandments early Wednesday, nearly three years after he was arrested for destroying Oklahoma's monument at its state Capitol
The lawyer for a man charged with throwing a rock through a glass panel at the New England Holocaust Memorial says her client suffers from mental health issues
The cost of housing has gotten so expensive that Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) thinks that a monthly subsidy of $2,500 would help ease the burden — for members of Congress.
Representative Charlie Dent, R-PA, speaks about Republicans attempts to pass Healthcare legislation and he believes that the work should be from the center out.
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Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., discusses the Senate health care bill and why it should be up for debate in the upper chamber, the cost of pharmaceuticals and violence in Chicago.
If you're repealing, you're not replacing. Isn't this the contradiction? Isn't the failure we're watching here a month's long effort to square a circle?
Two House Democrats want to compel the Air Force to detail how much has been spent on trips President Donald Trump has made to his Florida estate and other properties that he and his family own
Samsung is investing $380 million in South Carolina to manufacture home appliances, creating an estimated 950 jobs over the next three years
An act of vandalism at the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston has been met with sharp condemnation from elected officials and religious groups
Native American tribes and environmental groups preparing a legal battle to stop President Donald Trump from dismantling Utah's new national monument will face a tougher challenge than anticipated
Seven married couples from the same New Jersey shore town, including a rabbi and his wife, now face charges that they misrepresented their income to get a combined $2 million in public welfare benefits they weren't entitled to