The Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday that it will force travelers from three Ebola-outbreak countries to enter the U.S. through the five airports where federal officials are prepared to screen them for the disease, marking the latest tightening of travel restrictions.
A New Hampshire couple has gone above and beyond in forgiving their son’s killer by taking him into their home and helping him get back on his feet after he was paroled Thursday.
A Florida District Court of Appeals judge ruled recently that red-light camera companies can’t issue tickets, a decision that slaps back the right of private firms to mail fines to motorists.
A federal audit released Tuesday found that the Internal Revenue Service should institute greater “management oversight and internal controls” to prevent the disclosure of personal tax information following reports that the tax records of a Republican Senate candidate were illegally accessed in 2010.
Televangelist Ernest Angley has long controlled members of his Akron-area congregation by advising them not to have children, shunning those who leave the church and using free labor at his for-profit buffet restaurant and television station, according to a two-month newspaper investigation.
Three people were arrested Monday afternoon as demonstrators smashed pumpkins scrawled with the words “racism” and “white privilege” outside the St. Louis Justice Center in Clayton, Missouri.
Taxpayers paid the salaries of tens of thousands of federal employees who were put on paid administrative leave for misconduct but weren’t fired from their jobs, according to an audit this week that suggests agencies aren’t doing a very good job of getting rid of bad workers.
For the first time, Ebola ranks among the top-10 issues Americans see as key issues for the country, according to a Gallup poll that puts the deadly virus behind topics like the economy, immigration and health care but tied with issues like education and the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
When it comes to Ebola, tea party darling Sen. Rand Paul and his doctor dad, the former libertarian-turned-Republican Rep. Ron Paul, view it 180 degrees differently.
Wyoming on Tuesday was poised to become the next state in line to cave to the gay marriage crowd, prepping to file a legal notice that makes clear authorities won’t defend its ban on same-sex unions.
A group of conservative students protesting Hillary Clinton during her campaign rally at Oakland University in Michigan were threatened by a left-leaning Democrat, who vowed he would infect them with Ebola if they didn’t cease and desist.
The pitch was intriguing: U.S. health officials wanted to fast-track trials for an Ebola vaccine and sounded the call for volunteers.