A deal is still possible by year’s end, but 2016 politics could complicate its chances for Obama
More than 50 donors have given at least $1 million apiece to super PACs aligned with presidential candidates.
An internal investigation reportedly found that Huma Abedin was paid almost $10,000 while on leave.
Spy agencies continue to raise concerns about the messages, which were held on her private server.
The ethics committee finds that the members where unaware that their travel was financed by state oil firm
Many Democrats support the administration plan. Republicans are critical.
The Warrior-Scholar Project helps ease enlisted veterans’ transition to life in college.
A representative of Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who killed the lion, is now talking to authorities.
Retirement savings grow as more people find work and feel better about the economy, study says.
On Capitol Hill, it learned that growing up starts with grip-and-grins before transitioning into policy debates.
A roundup of financial news from around the world.
Wresting control of the provincial capital of Anbar province back from the Islamic State won't be easy.
Farmers market, flea market, 40 years of women priests in Episcopal Church, Basilica organ recital.
An attorney for Dylann Roof says he did not want to enter a guilty plea until federal officials decide whether to seek a death sentence.
The two officers gave accounts of the shooting that matched what was seen in another officer's body-camera footage, prosecutors say.
Duncan, Lynch visit Maryland prison to promote Pell-grant-backed higher education program for prisoners.
Federal officials are trying to reach Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer. Zimbabwe's environment minister wants him "held accountable for his illegal action."
It might be awhile before the Federal Reserve raises rates after it turned out that workers actually aren't getting any raises after all.
Researchers compared what the apps do against American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for physical activity.
Republican candidates are acting like baseball teams, weighing present versus future concerns as they try to get on next week's debate stage.