The Labor Department has marked the a chronically low-performing outpost of the federal Job Corps program for closure.
President Obama announces the attorney general’s planned trip during remarks Tuesday, a sign of an increasing federal role in the unrest.
The government has paid billions to buy power wheelchairs. It has no idea how many of the claims are bogus.
Basements and broom closets: They can be “new” offices, too, for people who blow the whistle, watchdogs say.
Kent Brantly was “extremely stable” during his flight from Liberia aboard the converted “air ambulance.”
In Alaska, a state accustomed to federal largesse, Democrat Mark Begich is campaigning on his power to nag.
The choice of Kevin McCarthy to replace Eric Cantor isn’t a shocker, but Steve Scalise becoming whip brings drama.
The Islamist militant, who was just captured by the U.S., had again become a loner in recent years.
The lawmaker was slow to identify his opponent as a threat and bungled his response when he finally did.
The House Republican leader succumbs to David Brat, a little-known conservative activist.