Employers were more willing to create jobs and workers were more willing to take them after the expiration in January of a program entitling unemployed workers to collect nearly two years of benefits.
An Oklahoma man who had been suspended from his job was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder in the gruesome beheading of a co-worker, who was attacked from behind as the man sought revenge, a prosecutor said.
The director of the Centers for Disease Control said Wednesday he has no doubt the U.S. can stop the Ebola virus “in its tracks,” after officials revealed that a man in the Dallas area has the dreaded infection that’s ravaged West Africa.
The Salt Lake County district attorney announced Tuesday that the minority police officer who fatally shot an unarmed white suspect was “legally justified,” in a case that drew national attention in the aftermath of the racially charged police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri.
The proprietor of an Arkansas shooting range announced on social media Sunday that she is banning Muslims from her establishment out of fear for the safety of her patrons.
The confirmation Tuesday of the first Ebola case on U.S. soil emerges against a backdrop of increasing concern in America’s medical community that preparedness for a pandemic has stagnated or slipped in recent years because of tough economic times and increasing malaise since the 2001 anthrax threat.
The Mason County sheriff’s office says Habitat for Humanity workers in Belfair, Washington, found a World War II-era grenade in a large trash bin next to their building.
A “substantial” number of VA employees will face punishment for the veterans treatment scandal, the new national commander of the American Legion predicted Tuesday, indicating that the slow pace of discipline has more to do with the hoops the department must jump through than it does a lack of willingness to fire people.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of the state of Oklahoma in its lawsuit against an IRS rule that extended Obamacare’s subsidies to health exchange in every state, state officials announced Tuesday.
Authorities say a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives agent has been shot and is hospitalized.
A state trooper was accidentally shot during a gun training exercise at a safety facility on Tuesday and later died.
Louisville police: 1 child injured, high school evacuated after report of weapons on campus.