A Massachusetts State Trooper has been recognized by his superiors after he was pictured spontaneously sharing a meal with a woman who had been panhandling.
The United States agriculture industry is reporting a surplus of dairy and other foods, driving down prices.
Congress has allotted TSA new funds to try and increase their ability to handle the increased number of airport passenger screenings through the summer.
South Carolina has passed a bill to prohibit abortion after 19 weeks, one of many state regulations that could be impacted by a US Supreme Court decision on an abortion regulation from Texas.
Eric Fanning's confirmation sailed through the Senate after Sen. Pat Roberts (R) of Kansas withdrew objections that had stalled the process for months.
By the end of the year, 4.2 million more salaried US workers will be eligible for overtime pay, the Obama administration announces Wednesday.
Some fliers may be facing TSA lines over 90 minutes long, but Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says the government will not neglect the safety of passengers.
African-Americans are better off today than they were 40 years ago, but still lag behind in education, health, social justice, and civic engagement.
A hearing on the May 2015 Amtrak train derailment concluded the slow implementation of Positive Train Control technology was one factor behind the crash.
Most of the analysis of Facebook’s news bias is missing the point. The ideas inherent in 'trending news' are problematic.
The May 2015 spill forced 21,000 gallons of oil into the Pacific Ocean. If convicted, Plains All American Pipeline could face $2.8 million in fines.
Discussions around menstruation are becoming less taboo as legislatures attempt to make feminine hygiene products more accessible and not a 'luxury item.'