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The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy, with officials saying the move is the only way they can deal with the growing number of sexual abuse lawsuits and still maintain scouting programs for its current members. But, as…
As the shutdown enters a possible third week, it is furthering straining thousands of furloughed federal workers who have gone without pay.
Kennedy was appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1988, but sometimes sided with the court’s liberal justices and became a crucial vote on the nine-justice court on issues from gun rights to affirmative action.
Veteran Affairs whistleblowers face blowback, researchers look for the roots of psychiatric diseases and other stories we're reading now.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday awarded the Medal of Honor to a late World War II veteran for his "conspicuous gallantry" during the war.
Three years after a Saudi-led coalition began to bomb Yemen, the country is hanging on by a thread, workers for international aid organizations say.
The proposal has reignited debate over the death penalty in a state that abolished it seven years ago, and at a time when President Donald Trump has repeatedly echoed his support for the death penalty, particularly for those who kill…
Why Facebook is still struggling to control extremist content on its platform, what's changing about hotel and event security seven months after the deadly Las Vegas shooting, and other stories that got buried in last week's news.
The island has had two major power outages in less than a week. Here's a look at where recovery stands.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday that Facebook does cooperate with law enforcement if they become aware of an “imminent threat of harm." Zuckerberg also said Facebook complies with subpoenas and data requests the company deems to be lawful.
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