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Obama will call on Congress to pass the Healthy Families Act.
A man claiming sympathy with Islamic State militants was arrested in connection with a plot to attack Washington with guns and bombs.
Lawmakers plan to start drafting legislation aimed at keeping the Internet open without tighter "net neutrality" rules.
A judge rejected a plea by lawyers for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to delay his trial due to the recent attacks in Paris.
It may take longer to get a refund this year and good luck getting someone at the IRS to answer the phone.
The White House will work with lawmakers on an authorization of the use of force against Islamic State militants.
The President is promoting greater broadband access during a trip to Iowa.
Al Qaeda in Yemen says it carried out the attack on the French satirical newspaper for insulting the Prophet Mohammad.
A new poll shows 66 percent of Americans favor requiring food manufacturers to put labels on GMO products.
Funding for the agency that spearheads domestic counterterrorism efforts and secures U.S. borders expires on Feb. 27.
Companies are increasingly penalizing workers who decline to join "wellness" programs.
The front page features a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since the terrorist attack.
Obama will announce a renewed push for cybersecurity legislation after recent headline-grabbing hacks.
Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 246 yards and four touchdowns and Ohio State won the first national title in college football's playoff era.
Social media accounts for the U.S. military command were hacked by apparent Islamic State sympathizers.
The court declined to take up another broad challenge to President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
The average price of regular gasoline is at its lowest in five years.
The global auto industry is undergoing three simultaneous technological transformations.
A day after the biggest French public demonstration ever registered, officials say the country remains at risk of further attacks.
The president plans to propose new plans to protect consumers and businesses from cyber threats.