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With Tax Day right around the corner, a federal agency is facing criticism for approving more than $600,000 to study – wait for it – why some people cheat on their taxes.
Recently declassified U.S. government cables suggest Pakistan's intelligence service paid a U.S.-designated terrorist organization $200,000 to carry out one of the deadliest attacks against the CIA in the spy agency's history.
The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party joined Thursday to sue Arizona over voting problems in last month’s presidential primary, including long lines that had residents waiting hours to cast their ballots.
A U.S. government review board has decided that the oldest prisoner at Guantanamo is not eligible for release.
Footwear giant New Balance reportedly was promised a shot at landing a huge military contract in exchange for dropping their public opposition to an Obama-touted trade deal. But, according to the detailed account in The Boston Globe, the company claims the Pentagon reneged – and is now lashing out.
Every delegate counts meaning states that have already had their primaries still matter as delegate selection continues.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Thursday disavowed remarks made by a campaign surrogate who said during a large New York City rally that voters should not "continue to elect corporate Democratic whores."
Federal regulators were instructed to keep a massive fraud investigation – concerning the “Obamaphone” program, meant to help get low-income families cell phone access – under wraps until a day after a controversial vote to expand the program, one of those regulators claims.
Congress may be one of the few places where lawmakers could celebrate the rich history of a U.S. territory in an elaborate ceremony at one moment yet cast serious doubts on its future the next.
The United States on Thursday revealed for the first time that American ships have started conducting joint patrols with the Philippines in the South China Sea, a somewhat rare move not done with many other partners in the region.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Wednesday that his proposed wall across the U.S.-Mexico border would be completed within two years.
The Islamic State Wednesday featured several prominent Moderate Muslims on a hit list in its terror magazine, including top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
President Obama touted the U.S.-led coalition’s air campaign against the Islamic State Wednesday, even as political turmoil in Iraq and flares of violence in Syria threaten to jeopardize hard-fought gains.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign manager will not be prosecuted on a charge of misdemeanor battery over allegations he grabbed the arm of a reporter, the campaign confirmed late Wednesday.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump met in New York City on Wednesday morning.
The campaign manager of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will not be prosecuted over charges of misdemeanor battery over allegations he grabbed the arm of a reporter, according to a published report.
President Barack Obama claimed progress Wednesday in the U.S.-led fight against the Islamic State group, even as political turmoil in Iraq and renewed violence in Syria threatened to jeopardize hard-fought gains.
It will take a coalition of 50,000 troops on the ground to defeat the Islamic State, according to the former army chief of staff who spent more than four years serving in Iraq and who is credited, along with retired General David Petraeus, with being the architect of the successful 2007 troop surge there.
Environmentalists backing a Big Tobacco-style government probe of oil companies plotted their strategy for targeting companies like ExxonMobil at a closed-door meeting in Manhattan earlier this year, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Maine's outspoken Republican Gov. Paul LePage battled in court Wednesday over allegations he bullied a nonprofit into rescinding a job offer to his top political rival, state House Speaker Mark Eves, as political payback.