Cable and wireless companies have threatened to sue, saying that Depression-era regulation shouldn’t apply to the Internet.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland is leaving football, and the promise of NFL stardom and piles of money could not change his mind.
House Republicans Tuesday revealed a $3.8 trillion budget plan for next year that effectively breaks tight budget restraints on the Pentagon while promising a familiar roster of big cuts to social programs.
The inspector general’s office at the Department of Veterans Affairs is defending its actions after the office came under unusual criticism from its counterpart at the Treasury Department.
The new Dementia Discovery Fund will function like a venture capital fund. It will identify promising laboratory discoveries in Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Federal agencies set a new record for improper payments last year, shelling out $125 billion in questionable benefits after years of declines.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced that the settlement with Indiana, 48 other states and the federal government will resolve five lawsuits against a pharmaceutical company.
Those requesting euthanasia are mainly highly educated and between 65 and 79, the study found. Cancer patients form the biggest group.
Video captured on a cellphone shows a passenger being restrained after he ran toward the cockpit.
The brutal cold spell across the Northeast and Midwest likely caused construction activity to slow last month.
Billboards seeking leads in an unsolved murder case have popped up along I-65 in central Indiana.
A New York man is accused of causing the death of his dog, which was so hungry it ate wood and plastic and so cold its temperature didn’t register on a thermometer.