Pennsylvania State Police say that a trooper who was accidentally shot during a gun safety exercise Tuesday has died.
Democrats face tough challenges in a state that is drifting right. Their popular governor must leave office because of term limits, and outside interests loom larger in a race that may determine control of the Senate.
A state trooper was accidentally shot during a gun training exercise at a safety facility on Tuesday and later died.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced that it would provide $9 million over two years for lawyers to represent unaccompanied minors in their deportation cases.
An attack on aircraft equipment near Chicago has led to a review of who has access to vital points in the system.
The contract security guard also managed to take pictures during the encounter, an official said, violating Secret Service rules while the president was in Atlanta.
The pressure builds for Beijing as protesters have set a Wednesday deadline for demands to be met.
A decision on the Affordable Care Act that could affect 36 states increases the likelihood of a Supreme Court ruling.
A new federal database sheds light on payments, but the health care industry and doctors say technical problems and inaccuracies limit its value to patients.
It’s not only the right that uses secretive organizations to keep rich donors anonymous.
The program is aimed at helping to discourage many children from making a long, dangerous trek across Mexico in an attempt to cross into the United States and join their parents.
A man who admitted on videotape killing a boy missing since 1979 did not understand his right to silence, a defense psychologist testified Tuesday.
The policy, by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, said that boys’ and girls’ competing together in such sports would be in conflict with its religious mission.
A funeral home company has sued the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for at least $250 million, alleging it was cheated out of a lease deal involving six Roman Catholic cemeteries.
Alaska's Mark Begich is in the political fight of his life, with control of the Senate hanging in the balance.
Convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal has been selected as the commencement speaker for a Vermont college, a “despicable” decision that should be reversed, the Philadelphia officer’s widow told FoxNews.com on Tuesday.
Mayor Daniel Crespo was shot by his wife, Lyvette Crespo, during a domestic dispute in their home, law enforcement officials said.
President discussed "stringent isolation protocols" with the head of the CDC to limit the risk of more Ebola cases.
Democrats say Republicans could use the intense focus on security lapses at the White House to further undercut confidence in the Obama administration.
Presidents have faced astonishing breaches at “the people’s house,” long before an intruder with a knife managed to slip past security and run around the State Floor this month.