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The Republican-controlled House has voted for the 51st time in 26 months to neuter the nation's health care law.
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Former Gov. Bob McDonnell's attorneys are seeking documents from two federal agencies that they hope they can use to attack the credibility of the government's expected star witness in McDonnell's public corruption case.
8 hrs ago | KVOR-AM Colorado Springs
Two local prosecutors in Utah say a corruption investigation looking at state politicians and online gambling interests has yielded evidence that could implicate Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Senator Mike Lee, R-Utah.
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A man convicted after his third trial in the 1991 killings of nine people, including six monks, at a suburban Phoenix Buddhist temple is set for sentencing and faces life in prison.
Former Fiesta Bowl executive director John Junker walks out of Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse after being sentenced in Phoenix on Thursday, March 13, 2014.
An analyst who worked for an affiliate of SAC Capital Advisors, the firm at the center of one of the biggest insider-trading cases in history, has been barred from the securities industry to settle civil charges of profiting from confidential information.
Internal emails between staff at North Carolina's environmental agency show state regulators were coordinating with Duke Energy before intervening in efforts by citizens groups trying to sue the company over pollution leeching from its coal ash dumps.
The Securities and Exchange Commission levied a $7.5 million fine against movie studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. for failing to properly disclose its role in a complex debt-equity swap that helped it fend off a hostile takeover bid from Carl Icahn in 2010.
The suits allege that McDonald's has forced employees to work off the clock, not paid them overtime and struck hours off their time cards.
In this March 11, 2014, photo, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, leaves the chamber just after saying that the CIA's improper search of a stand-alone computer network established for Congress has been referred to the Justice Department, at the Capitol in Washington.
A former BP engineer is returning to federal court as he seeks to undo his obstruction of justice conviction in the government's investigation of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster.
It's been more than a decade since Adam Carter did time in prison for dealing cocaine - but when it comes to trying to get a job interview, it might as well have been yesterday, he says.
A group of nearly 200 Catholic employers filed a new lawsuit in Oklahoma against the federal government Wednesday, hoping to stop parts of the federal health care law that force them to provide insurance that covers contraceptives.
Bypassing Congress, President Barack Obama intends to order changes in overtime rules so employers would be required to pay millions more workers for the extra time they put in on the job.
Child care providers who receive federal support would have to undergo criminal background checks, know first aid and CPR and get other medical training under a bill moving forward in the Senate.
An East Texas woman, her brother and her parents are charged with carrying out a scheme to kill of the woman's ex-husband and new wife as both sides were embroiled in a custody dispute over a 5-year-old girl, authorities said Wednesday.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer ended months of speculation about her political future on Wednesday when she announced that she will not seek a third term in office.