House and Senate negotiators agreed Monday to add new protections for victims of sexual assault in the military, but they bypassed the more far-reaching proposal of taking such cases out of the military chain of command.
"See something, say something," runs the public safety campaign throughout America's transportation network. The question for the Supreme Court Monday was whether saying something false to security officials about someone else can be grounds for a defamation lawsuit.
As enrollment picks up on the HealthCare.gov website, many people with modest incomes are encountering a troubling element of the federal health law: deductibles so steep they may not be able to afford the portion of medical expenses that insurance doesn't cover.
SILVER SPRING, Md.—Maryland is struggling to fix its troubled health-insurance website more than two months after it opened, showing how technology woes are affecting more than just the federal system.
U.S. payrolls rose by 203,000 last month, the Labor Department said, and the unemployment rate dropped to 7.0%, the lowest level in five years—signs of growth that could prompt the Fed to begin to ease up on its easy-money policies.
Congressional budget negotiators are working to wrap up a two-year fiscal agreement that would put to rest the threat of a government shutdown in mid-January and bring order to a budgeting process until after 2014 elections.
A group of voters in the swing state of Ohio express deep disappointment with President Barack Obama. Their unhappiness with the president came amid a broader anger at all Washington political institutions.
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