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President Obama reached out to a handful of prominent conservative journalists, meeting with them in a closed-door, off-the-record gathering to discuss executive plans and policies likely related to the government shutdown.
Harvard research indicates graduate diplomas generally have no effect on a teacher’s efficacy.
The National Security Agency planned to open the first of four new facilities in Utah this year, but a series of mysterious meltdowns has pushed back the opening for a year.
Churches across the United States are taking a step towards modernization by swapping out pews for chairs.
In testimony more befitting a legal thriller than a congressional hearing, Social Security employees told the Senate on Monday of an agency office in West Virginia rife with intimidation, retaliation and corruption — including a successful scheme that allowed a lawyer to bilk more than $4 million in taxpayers' money from the disability system.
A federal judge ruled against a New Jersey township, keeping it from imposing a zoning change that blocked a mosque from expanding into a residential neighborhood.
Republicans on Friday were furious over a Wall Street Journal report that the White House believes it is "winning" the shutdown fight.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Thursday that it will not be releasing a jobs report on Friday due to the government shutdown, so economists have been looking to other indicators with mixed messages about the health of the American economy.
A new study of family life in England unearthed trends similar to what’s taking place in the United States.