The Federal Aviation Administration is set to announce that medical examiners will be evaluating overweight pilots and controllers for sleep problems as part of a series of commercial airline policy changes.
A majority of Americans are not pleased with the job President Barack Obama has been doing.
A vote that would reopen the government and extend the U.S. borrowing limit will not come up for a House vote.
Former White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry says a clash of personalities may be aggravating the current government shutdown.
Millions of Americans have logged onto the Healthcare.gov website since it’s Oct. 1 launch, but glitches on the websites have kept many from actually signing up, and has computer experts saying the technology needs a complete overhaul.
A new report by an international scientific group said it’s “extremely likely” global warming is predominately man-made.
An umbrella opposition group fighting against Syrian President Bashar Assad has rejected Russia’s proposal which would see the regime hand over control of the chemical weapons.
Security officials in Libya say an explosion caused serious damage to Libya’s Foreign Ministry building in Benghazi early Wednesday morning.
Russia’s foreign minister is urging Syria to place its chemical weapons under international control as pressure mounts in the West for military intervention.
Syrian President Bashar Assad warned the United States that it could face “repercussions” if a military strike is launched.