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The U.S. Senate gave final approval to a plan to ease delays at the scandal-plagued Veterans Affairs Department.
For companies with contracts with federal agencies, the wave of children crossing the border is a business opportunity.
Flying sharks chomping through NYC drew a record audience for Syfy network and became the most tweeted-about TV movie in history.
The Supreme Court has been asked to review a case about whether the federal government can subsidize health insurance for millions of Americans.
Stella the yellow lab wants to keep playing fetch but her hind legs have other plans!
BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts and New Hampshire officials are telling the Market Basket supermarket chain they'll be looking out for the legal rights of any workers fired in a protest over the family-owned company's leadership.
A Texas company is offering a unique send off for beloved pets by placing their remains in a capsule and blasting them off into space.
Consumers buying coverage through the federal HealthCare.gov site are likely to still have technical difficulties.
WATCH: A tiny island near Buffalo is overrun by cats, thanks to hundreds of abandoned felines.
It ain't braggin' if you back it up, and James Brown, warts and all, was one of the most important musical and cultural figures of the 20th century.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Congress will take a five-week vacation without addressing the immigration crisis.
The running back apologizes to his wife for hitting her, vowing to be an "ambassador against domestic violence."
The 17-year-old pop star is recording a single for the third installment of the franchise.
The '70s heartthrob was reportedly at the race track while his attorney was in court representing him on a drunken driving charge.
Five years after the King of Pop's death, his iconic California home is about to be sold.
A vessel unearthed at the World Trade Center site dates back to three years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Kids have been sleeping overnight in museums across the country for years and now adults are getting in on the fun.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but the underlying trend pointed to a stronger labor market.
Production of the hit comedy is on hold as the show's stars demand big bucks.