Campers in national parks are to pull up stakes and leave, some veterans waiting to have disability benefits approved will have to cool their heels even longer, many routine food inspections will be suspended.
The exchanges are starting up just as most of the federal government is shutting down, left unfunded by a Congress that’s still bitterly divided about whether to discard Obama’s health care law altogether.
Republican U.S. Congressman Spencer Bachus says the government shutdown will have significant negative consequences, but will not delay the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
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The FBI says there is no indication that the Navy Yard shooter targeted any specific individuals when he opened fire inside a building, killing 12 people.
It soon could cost 49 cents to mail a letter.
President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton took to the same stage Tuesday to promote the new health care law that Obama championed after Clinton’s own efforts to reform health care years earlier fell flat.
Gadget lovers still can’t resist the iPhone’s seductive call, even amid a bevy of enticing lower-priced alternatives that offer similar features.
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An Alabama man says he had a confrontation last month with Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis at an airport in southeastern Virginia.
A 3-year-old boy who was among 13 people wounded in a late-night attack on a southwest Chicago park was alert when he arrived at the hospital and was apparently doing well, his family and friends said early Friday.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday on a bill that would cut almost $40 billion dollars from a federal program that helps low-income families buy food. It passed 217-210.
Former NFL offensive lineman Brian Holloway initially thought the Twitter photos showing young people partying at his family’s second home in upstate New York were a hoax. Then he saw pictures of teenagers standing on the dining room table he bought with his Super Bowl bonus.
Starbucks will run full-page ads in major U.S. newspapers Thursday, telling customers that guns are no longer welcome in its cafes. But the company is stopping short of an outright ban, exposing the fine line it needs to walk on a highly divisive issue.
A sobbing woman pleads for police to “please hurry” because a man was breaking into her front door during a 911 call recorded moments before a responding officer shot and killed the unarmed man outside.
A police chief says a 14-year-old girl has been found alive, more than a day after she was abducted from her family’s Georgia home during a robbery.
For more than a generation, this rural community has been haunted by a mystery: What happened to a group of teens who disappeared in the early 1970s after heading to a high school football game?
Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress on Tuesday that the United States will closely monitor every step of the plan for eliminating Syria’s chemical weapons while maintaining a credible military threat against Bashar Assad’s government.