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The President told his Cabinet to look for areas where he might be able to govern by executive action given gridlock in Congress.
A Libyan militant accused in the 2012 attacks in Benghazi has been talking to U.S. interrogators.
Healthcare providers are struggling to verify whether Americans who applied for government subsidies to buy insurance are qualified to receive them.
The announcement, affecting multiple models of carseats, is the largest such recall in American history.
Extra-time goals sealed a thrilling 2-1 victory for Belgium over a spirited United States and set up a World Cup quarter-final clash with Argentina.
A former NYPD officer found guilty of plotting to kidnap, cook and eat women has had his conviction overturned.
Grocery manufacturers are struggling to adapt to the online world.
General Motors' safety crisis over deadly ignition switches deepened on Monday with the recall of 8.2 million more cars.
The White House on Monday dismissed concerns that he may lack a understanding of issues facing recent war veterans.
A deadly storm front moved through much of the U.S. on Monday, bringing with it hurricane-force winds and thunderstorms that damaged homes.
President Barack Obama intends to take executive action to address the "broken" U.S. immigration system.
General Motors is recalling millions more vehicles dating back to 1997 as the company's safety crisis grows.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that businesses can object on religious grounds to providing insurance that covers birth control.
The compensation fund for victims of General Motors' defective ignition switch will be open to a broad range of people.
The Supreme Court ruled that in-home care workers paid by the state are not similar enough to government employees to be compelled to pay union dues.
President Barack Obama has chosen Bob McDonald, an Army veteran, as his nominee to be the next secretary of veterans affairs.
Iraqi troops are battling to dislodge ISIS, as the militant Islamist group gains ground.
President Barack Obama wants more than $2 billion to deal with the surge in unaccompanied children flooding into the U.S. along its southern border.
The headlines you might have missed and the stories you want to remember.
A suspected leader of the 2012 attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi is expected to arrive after his journey at sea.