Security guards at the US Embassy in Afghanistan indulged in hazing and nudity, the Project on Government Oversight says. It calls for Pentagon oversight.
The US Attorney's Office and the FBI are looking into allegations of roaming 'people hunters' targeting blacks in the floods and chaos of four years ago.
They make up 57 percent of Pentagon's personnel in Afghanistan, report shows.
Lawmakers stripped out crucial reforms such as a proposal for an independent panel to review tough sentencing guidelines.
Mega-hot fires race up and down the steep canyons near La Canada, fanned by wind, and fed by the angle of the geography.
The measures include everything from vaccinations to forced quarantines to marketing campaigns with Elmo.
All the reform bills would establish a nationwide system of government-run insurance exchanges. Here's how they'd work.
The uproar suggests that new dynamics – both politically and demographically – are at play in Atlanta and beyond.
Drumbeat of opposition grows louder as antiwar movement looks to ramp up in the fall – and as some in Congress start talking of planning for the US exit.
They're talking about using the budget reconciliation process for some parts, but it could be risky. Part 2 of two.
The National League of Cities report released Tuesday suggests cities will have to get more innovative – perhaps privatizing important municipal functions.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal submitted his recommendations Monday for a revised strategy to turn around the conflict.
To assume that Dugard, held captive for 18 years, could have just run away is not to understand the power that captors can hold over young kidnap victims, experts say.
As counties issue air quality warnings, even residents far from the L.A. flames try to stay out of the dirty air.
California firefighters battle a terrible fire season caused by weeks of hot and dry weather.
Edward Kennedy's wife or nephew would be instant front-runners in any bid to replace him in the US Senate.