Eric Tucker, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 7:05pm
The police officers who patrol America's colleges are empowered these days to do far more than respond to campus emergencies.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 3:08pm
The 67-33 roll vote Tuesday by which the Senate advanced a bipartisan budget bill that seeks to ease some but not all the cuts to the federal budget. The vote removes the final hurdle to Senate passage. The Democratic-led chamber is expected to approve the bill on Wednesday.
Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:26pm
The Internal Revenue Service has been doing business with nearly 1,200 vendors that owe back taxes, including one unnamed contractor that owed a whopping $525 million, a new inspector general's report says.
Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:49pm
The United States ordered nonemergency government personnel to leave South Sudan and suspended normal operations at its embassy there Tuesday as political and social unrest continued to confront the fledgling African nation.
Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:18pm
The acting Homeland Security inspector general has left his post and taken another job in the agency, the department said Tuesday.
Pauline Jelinek, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 11:41am
Six U.S. service members were killed Tuesday when a helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan, U.S. and NATO officials said.
Matthew Pennington, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 10:52am
The United States imposed sanctions Tuesday on a Myanmar military officer and three companies it accuses of involvement in the continuing, illicit arms trade with North Korea.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 16th - 4:13pm
In a ruling Monday questioning the constitutionality of the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon bluntly came down on the side of privacy. Some excerpts:
Matt Apuzzo, Associated Press | posted Dec 16th - 2:38pm
The Obama administration should make any diplomatic agreement with Iran contingent on Tehran's help finding missing CIA contractor Robert Levinson, a lawyer for his family said Monday.
Pauline Jelinek, Associated Press | posted Dec 16th - 12:56pm
The Pentagon says it's going to start testing the troops to see if they are using synthetic marijuana, also known as "spice."
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