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Environmental advocates are targeting a decades-old Environmental Protection Agency system that they say allows potentially harmful pesticides on the market.
WASHINGTON The country has made progress toward its goal of ending veterans’ homelessness by 2015, but budget cuts might stand to threaten the momentum, according to federal officials.
President Barack Obama honored Stanley Cup winners the Chicago Blackhawks at the White House Monday, celebrating the only team from his hometown to win a big league world championship during his presidency.
Members of a Senate committee investigating the Washington Navy Yard mass shooting found numerous problems in the process of granting government clearances, including the one received by gunman Aaron Alexis.
As online news and social media grow in scope and influence, some publications are looking for ways to tone down and in one case, turn off -- the often-hostile rhetoric.
Twenty-five years after lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied activists marched on Washington, Ford’s Theatre is holding a series of events to celebrate the anniversary as part of their Lincoln Legacy Project to promote equality.
Despite a major increase in prescription drug overdoses and deaths, most states aren’t doing all they can to combat the problem, according to a report from Trust for America’s Health.