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- Navy’s first laser weapon ready for prime time; drone killer to deploy this summer
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- Obamacare fallout: 49 percent pessimistic; 45 percent ‘scared’
- DHS accused of holding U.S. citizen at airport, using emails to pry into her sex life
- Seattle socialist: Minimum-wage discussion skewed by ‘right-wing’ GAO analysis
Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - U.S. Government
The U.S. government is consolidating Veterans Affairs operations in the St. Louis area, meaning more than 800 jobs will be moving out of downtown St. Louis and to St. Louis County.
Surveillance. Online privacy. Robots. Food processing. Wearable computers. To get a sense of what's on the minds of the tech industry's thinkers, leaders and tinkerers, it's a good idea to head to Austin, Texas, rather than Silicon Valley this time of the year.
The family of a former FBI agent who went missing from the Iranian resort of Kish Island is renewing its plea for his release on the seventh anniversary of his disappearance.
Tajikistan has been blessed with abundant hydroelectric potential.
Through his attorney and on his own, Basit Sheikh told a federal judge the following things Thursday: He wants to represent himself on charges he tried to join an al-Qaida-linked militant group. He wants his family to hire another attorney. And he will leave the country voluntarily if the government drops the charges.
A Guatemalan man claims in a lawsuit that popular Univision news host Jorge Ramos wrongly identified him as a U.S. immigration agent in a 2005 book about a fatal migrant smuggling venture, leading to death threats and eventually forcing the man and his family to leave Guatemala.
The former director of a nonprofit housing agency has been sentenced to a year's probation and ordered to pay $89,400 in restitution.
What happens when the U.S. government participates in toppling foreign governments in the name of spreading democracy?
The United States is asking the U.N. Security Council to take action against North Korea for firing two rounds of ballistic missiles in the past week in "clear and calculated violations" of U.N. sanctions.
A Mexican judge has denied drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman an injunction against any extradition to the United States.
A new television series set against the backdrop of the U.S. government's top-secret effort to develop the world's first atomic bomb will begin production in New Mexico later this month, state officials announced Wednesday.
Descendants of black slaves who were once owned by some members of the Cherokee Nation are scheduled to meet this week in Tulsa.
North Carolina must provide groups suing to overturn last year's voting law with documents created even after it was signed in the summer, a judge has ruled.
Robert L. Rankin, a University of Kansas linguistics professor who died recently, will be remembered for his efforts to document the Kaw language, leaders of the Kaw Nation of Oklahoma said.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said the United States hardly kept his nation's best interests in mind during the 12 years of war in the country.