Jan Dumcum, a bus driver for Goddard, Kan., helps bring morale to her students every day.
A federal appeals court in Washington ruled Friday to temporarily block a pregnant teenager who entered the United States illegally from having the abortion she is seeking.
The Air Force has been scrambling to address a huge shortfall in combat pilots. Friday’s order greatly expands the Pentagon’s ability to recall them.
Four U.S. service members were killed on Oct. 4 in Niger by Islamic militants, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns.
Congressional testimony by President Barack Obamaâ€™s former ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, about the â€œunmaskingâ€ of U.S. citizensâ€™ names she requested in hundreds of foreign intelligence intercepts by the National Security Agency, has raised new questions about how the sensitive information was ordered up, and subsequently handled.
Democratic Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson, in the midst of a public feud with the Trump administration over the treatment of a Gold Star family, said the â€œWhite House itself is full of white supremacists.â€
A state representative from Georgia reportedly proposed the idea of placing a quarantine on patients with HIV, the disease that causes AIDS.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wants insurers to comply with law requiring mental health and substance abuse to be covered like other diseases.