WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior administration official says some of the surveillance documents released by U.S. intelligence officials Wednesday were made public in response to a lawsuit.
The 23-year-old British tourist whose foot was severed when a New York City taxi swerved onto a curb will now require further amputation of her leg, her father said in a statement today from his home in Leicester, England. Sian Green and her best friend Keisha Warren...
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, son of Vice President Biden, “underwent a successful procedure” in Houston on Tuesday and will be discharged on Thursday, according to a statement from the vice president and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden. “Yesterday, our son Beau underwent a successful...
The March on Washington, which took place 50 years ago this month, is bathed in a warm glow for good reason. But the story of that day, beyond Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, is surprising, funny, poignant.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency declassified three secret U.S. court opinions Wednesday showing how it scooped up as many as 56,000 emails and other communications by Americans with no connection to terrorism annually over three years, how it revealed the error to the court and changed how it gathered Internet communications.
After virtually ignoring the nation's biggest environmental issue for years, Republican leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee are planning a major hearing on climate change on Sept. 18 and are inviting leaders of 13 federal agencies to testify. It will be the first time since President Obama unveiled his climate action plan in June that administration officials will testify on Capitol Hill about the agenda.
Legalization activists hope "former marijuana aficionado" president will "evolve."