Senate Rep. leader Mitch McConnell's plan would allow the president to increase the federal debt limit without Congressional approval.
Reports say the CIA ran a fake vaccine program in Abbottabad to get a DNA sample from the family of Osama Bin Laden.
Federal unemployment benefits are set to expire by the end of the year -- estimates say this will be a $37-billion-dollar blow to the economy.
One man is boycotting heterosexual weddings until same-sex marriages are nationally recognized, and calls on the gay community to do the same.
Minnesota's state shutdown entered day 12, making it the longest in US history and leaving 22,000 state employees unemployed.
The move is an effort to admonish Pakistan for expelling U.S. military trainers, and show disapproval for terrorist activities there.
What the DEA's recent ruling could mean for medical marijuana dispensaries.
A camp for children and adults with disabilities creates a community through which campers, counselors and the surrounding town benefit.
President Obama puts entitlement reform on the table in debt ceiling talks, Democrats say they were caught completely off-guard.
The director talks about how his new film, "Horrible Bosses" was inspired by real-life bosses.