After the Department of Health Care Services canceled Medi-Cal contract awards under pressure from major insurers, some consumer advocates question the administration’s willpower to improve care in the safety-net program.
Alabama will receive almost $192 million in federal funds to expand broadband internet access in rural areas, the U.S. Treasury Department ann…
Language directing officials not to “promote” or “advocate” the removal of content raises questions about how those terms would be defined.
WASHINGTON — Democrats responded with aggrieved fury when former President Donald Trump was found in possession of classified documents that should have been turned over to the government when he left office. Then disclosures that President Joe Biden also mishandled secret papers set loose a Republican "well, what about” roar.
NATICK, Mass. – George Matook, program manager of the Measuring and Advancing Soldier Tactical Readiness and Effectiveness, or MASTR-E, Progra…
Democrats want Biden to impose rules to limit rent increases across the country
The fate of up to $20,000 in student loan cancellation for over 40 million borrowers is now in the hands of the Supreme Court. One group, however, has the most to lose if the court decides against the Biden administration.That group is Black women.“We are told that if you get your education, you can make...
ATLANTA — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp emphasized efforts to fight crime in his State of the State speech Wednesday, saying he would back up what h…
SAVANNAH, Ga. — A group of Georgia lawmakers is trying to prohibit future mining near the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp and its vast wildlife r…
ENTERPRISE — Renaming Fort Rucker, multimillion dollar infrastructure projects and outstanding community support were topics Fort Rucker Deput…
The mishandling of classified documents is not a problem unique to President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. At least three presidents, a vice president, a secretary of state and an attorney general have all been tripped up.
Environmentalists and Indigenous people were important to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's election to a third term as Brazil's president. Now, Lula is seeking to fulfill campaign pledges to expand protected territories in the Amazon and halt a surge in illegal deforestation.
In what would be a reversal, the Biden administration will approve sending M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
An Afghan soldier who worked alongside U.S. troops as a member of the Afghan National Security Forces is seeking asylum in the U.S. and has been jailed at an immigrant detention center in Texas since he was arrested trying to cross the Mexico border.
The government alleges that Google’s plan to assert dominance has been to “neutralize or eliminate” rivals through acquisitions and to force advertisers to use its products by making it difficult to use competitors’ products.
MONDAY, Jan. 23, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Trouble continues for Abbott Laboratories, which shut down an infant formula plant last year amid reported illnesses. The U.S. Department of Justice is now investigating the company, though Abbott did not say specifically what the investigation is covering, NBC News reported.
Four members of the Oath Keepers have been convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack in the second major trial involving far-right extremists accused of plotting to forcibly keep President Donald Trump in power.
A former high-ranking FBI counterintelligence official has been indicted on charges he helped a Russian oligarch, in violation of U.S. sanctions.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is tapping into a debate that has sharply divided Latinos with her decision to ban most state agencies from using the gender neutral term Latinx.
Progressive legislators are hoping the time is right to hike taxes on the rich, especially after three pandemic years. In a coordinated effort, lawmakers in eight states are proposing new taxes on their resident billionaires and ultra-millionaires.
The case of a defeated New Mexico candidate arrested in a politically motivated shooting spree has turned a spotlight on an issue that has been evolving in the states: whether people with criminal convictions are eligible to run for public office.
A government program is giving American citizens the chance to play a role in resettling the thousands of refugees who arrive every year in the United States. During the first year of the Welcome Corps, the State Department aims to line up 10,000 Americans who can help 5,000 refugees.