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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to announce the decision Wednesday, amid increasing pressure from Congress to address the frustrating delays and paperwork shuffle as service members move from the military's health care program to the VA system.
The complaint was filed Wednesday with the Illinois Department of Human Rights by Freedom to Work, one of several groups which accuse Exxon of flawed workplace policies for gays.
$1 Million Worth Of Marijuana Seized From Tractor-Trailer In California
Judge Wiley Daniel agreed in March with the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition that the retailers that cater to a hip, young clientele limited access for customers in wheelchairs.
During Thursday and Monday, 31.2 million Americans will drive 50 miles or more to a beach, campground or other getaway, according to car lobbying group AAA.
The FBI says a man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation.
James Hash traveled to Ruckersville, Va. to talk to a company that sells safe rooms designed to hold up when bad weather strikes.
Salomon "Samy" Bouzaglo, who owns Amy's Baking Company along with his wife, is involved in a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement case to revoke his residency status
Sisters say they were kicked out of a mall after refusing to remove profanity-laden hats expressing their hatred of breast cancer.
A judge in Italy has ordered the captain of the Costa Concordia to stand trial in the shipwreck of the cruise liner, which struck a reef off Tuscany last year, killing 32 people.
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Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn says that if more money is needed to aid the recovery effort then the government should cut spending somewhere else to offset the money for Oklahoma.
A 61-year-old Irishman has been charged with the Irish Republican Army bombing of the queen's ceremonial cavalry in Hyde Park in 1982 that killed four soldiers and seven horses.
Anthony Weiner officially jumped into the race for New York City mayor, ending weeks of speculation by declaring his political comeback bid in a YouTube video posted late Tuesday.
The homes on either side of the Tampa area house where a sinkhole opened under a man's bedroom are being demolished.
The parents of an American software engineer who believe their son was murdered have withdrawn from the inquest, saying they have no confidence in Singapore's legal process.
A bill to remake the nation's troubled immigration system is headed to the full Senate after approval by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Alice Titzova of the PR agency 2media says the photos, stolen late Monday, were to be on display starting May 30 at the Prague Castle.
Reaction to a viral video showing Pope Francis performing what some say is an exorcism is pouring out across the globe and in D.C.
Search, rescue and recovery efforts after a devastating tornado were hindered by poor weather Tuesday.
Iran's election overseers removed potential wildcard candidates from the presidential race Tuesday, blocking a top aide of outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and a former president who revived hopes of reformers.
The U.S. has identified five men who might be responsible for the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year, and has enough evidence to justify seizing them by military force as suspected terrorists, officials say.
The Internal Revenue Service official who oversaw the agency's tax exempt office will invoke her constitutional right against self-incrimination and decline to answer questions when she appears before Congress Wednesday.