A wood-saving ceramic stove that doubles as a chicken brooder is raising incomes and reducing deforestation.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday a veto of a proposed minimum wage hike to $15 per hour by the Democratic-led state legislature.
During an interview on a Maine radio station, LePage said he's 'looking at all options,' and apologized to a state representative who received a profanity-laced voicemail from the governor last week.
A coalition of 67 groups including the ACLU, Amnesty International, and the NAACP is urging the US attorney general to withhold federal funds from local police chiefs unless they fully report deaths that occur while suspects are in police custody.
Especially since 9/11, there have been concerns that terrorists could use such devices. The Government Accountability Office recently conducted an undercover investigation to try to acquire radioactive materials using fake credentials.
Amtrak's Acela Express trains will get new tracks, new train cars, and improved platforms to bring higher-speed train service to Boston, New York, and DC.
McCain is facing off against Kelli Ward, a conservative 33 years his junior, in today's Arizona state primary.
Spokespeople from Donald Trump's campaign quickly and explicitly disavowed a robocall from David Duke linking the former Ku Klux Klan leader to the Republican presidential nominee.
In Illinois, state officials said the hackers stole data from as many as 200,000 voter records.
Despite the opportunities the Internet gives us to know and connect more, the Internet can also train us to polarize each other. But we can change that – starting with our Facebook preferences.