The Bulgarian parliament’s quick appointment of a legislator and media mogul to head the country’s security service sparked massive protests Friday and prompted the president to demand the decision be immediately reversed.
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday signed a law protecting Christmas and other holiday celebrations in Texas public schools from legal challenges.
Obama says a Father’s Day luncheon at the White House on Friday was a great way for all the dads to celebrate the coming occasion and remember how lucky they are.
Phone call logs, credit card records, emails, Skype chats, Facebook message, and more: The precise nature of the NSA’s sweeping surveillance apparatus has yet to be confirmed.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Global defense contractor Science Applications International Corporation has agreed to pay $11.75 million to settle a federal civil claim alleging it overbilled the government for homeland security training programs under a decade-long scheme.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he won’t accept watered-down background checks as the price for pushing gun control legislation through the Senate.
Iraqi officials say that the governor of Iraq’s northern Sunni-dominated province of Ninevah has escaped an assassination attempt that left two people killed and three others wounded.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — A $40 billion plan to plow a massive rival to the Panama Canal across the middle of Nicaragua is headed for approval by the country’s leftist-controlled National Assembly.
Requirements that medium-sized and large employers offer insurance coverage or face fines are one of the most complicated parts of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate committee has voted unanimously to approve President Barack Obama’s nominees to head the Commerce and Transportation departments.
Gov. Sam Brownback says his office is reviewing budget legislation sent to him by Kansas legislators to determine if he can veto cuts in higher education spending.
A state legislator from western Kansas is resigning later this month, saying he wants to spend more time with his family and can’t juggle legislative duties with a growing business.
The chairman of the Kansas House committee on taxation says it’s “misleading” for Democrats to describe newly approved tax legislation as a tax increase.
The Kansas House has approved a proposed state budget for each of the next two years, but Senate leaders aren’t sure the plan can pass their chamber.
There’s a whole lot of hugging, dancing and graduating going on in this month’s Company You Keep.