The increase spurs questions about whether Affordable Care Act insurance will remain affordable.

The clash in Kentucky over gay marriage licenses focuses attention on conflicts between law and religious belief that have echoed in legislatures and the nation’s courts.

In coming months, the Secret Service could possibly take over security for the GOP’s front-runner.

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The Ohio governor, campaigning as a moderate, is the only career politician who isn’t struggling in the polls.

But some GOP donors are skeptical and worry that the front-runner will only be strengthened by attacks.

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Trend is down from last year, when Montgomery County saw an influx of unaccompanied minors.

The vessels passed through U.S. territorial waters, but the response from the Pentagon has been muted.

Fans spent hours in line to pick up new set of “Star Wars” toys.

The teenager wanted to use the boys’ restroom rather than a private bathroom that he finds “humiliating.”

A social-media campaign turned to physical demonstrations at Howard University Friday, and administrators responded with volunteers to resolve problems

Caleb Jackson had pleaded no contest to manslaughter and hazing in the 2011 death.

After a decade without any execution, the state has made several moves this year aimed at ending that hiatus.

Nicholas Upton, a junior at George Washington University, was last seen swimming in waters off of South Africa.

Several couples obtained licenses Friday, one day after a federal judge sent Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis to jail.

Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command will honor Cpl. David Sonka by dedicating its multi-purpose canine kennel in his honor at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.

There is a clear Christian precedent for how to handle conflict between religious conscience and professional responsibility.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton goes after the Republican front-runner.

The case of Scott Darden and two other hostages is a test for the Obama administration.

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