The federal government is considering whether to bring criminal charges in a salmonella outbreak that has killed nine people.
On Wednesday, the state legislature began work on measures to tighten food inspections, while in Washington, the CEO of Peanut Corp. refused to testify before Congress.
As Illinois state senators decided his political fate, Blagojevich played the national media
The president focuses on Al Qaeda and on repairing America’s image in the Muslim world.
Armed with cellphones, flashlights, and Twitter posts, they can make a positive difference.
The Illinois governor's impeachment trial may open Monday without the defendant or his lawyers.
Once ignored or abused to spice up plots, bona fide study now fills prime-time lineups.
President Obama orders a thorough review of pending terror cases.