NS2 Serves is an all-in-one tech training program aimed at equipping post-9/11 veterans with job training focused on national security.
Aerial photography and mapping, crop monitoring and inspections of tall structures would be acceptable, but it's unclear if you could get a pizza delivered.
Members of Congress who voted for the Keystone XL pipeline bill got 10 to 13 times more in donations from the oil and gas industry than those who didn't.
The U.S. government is creating a new agency to monitor cybersecurity threats, pooling and analyzing information on a spectrum of risks.
Analysis of taxes paid by the six largest companies known to be doing inversions shows that all were paying below the federal corporate rate of 35 percent.
Not all dollars reported on 1099s should show up on your 1040 form as taxable income. Make sure you don't accidentally report more than you have to.
Years of congressional budget cuts have left the IRS gutted. Here's how it's going to make your life harder and more expensive, too.
Before you reach for the plastic to pay your tax bill, understand the extra fee and other factors. And, no, cash-back rewards won't be enough.
Obama's budget fleshes out proposals from his State of the Union address and highlights Democratic priorities as the 2016 presidential campaign begins.
Exxon Mobil changes its U.S. employment policies to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity as now required by federal law.
Two wildly different and widely loved restaurant chains are now promoting vegetarian dishes -- and so are other groups in America and the world.
President Barack Obama's budget will propose spending $74 billion more than current spending caps, an increase of about 7 percent.
A majority of Americans would want officials to restore financial aid given to Obamacare customers should the Supreme Court rule the assistance illegal.
The U.S. budget deficit will decline to $468 billion this fiscal year from $483 billion last year, the Congressional Budget Office says.
The proposal builds on Affordable Care Act experiments, tying 30 percent of payments under traditional Medicare to new models by the end of 2016.
The extenders affect one in six taxpayers, including college students and their parents, homeowners and residents of states without income tax.
President Obama will challenge a Republican-led Congress to back his tax-raising ideas for helping middle-class Americans in his State of the Union speech.
Medicare's top administrator unexpectedly resigned Friday, becoming the latest casualty in the turmoil over the president's health care law.
In his State of American Business address, the president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calls for less regulation, and more trade.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of homeowners seeking to back out of mortgages when lenders are accused of not following a federal truth in lending law.
Buried in new rules that will govern the House for the next two years is a provision that could force an explosive battle over Social Security's finances.
Legal use ushered in bipartisan politics, a reduction in crime, the rise of recreational over medicinal supply and a stunning defeat in Florida.
The settlement is the largest criminal fine levied by the United States against a company for violations of foreign bribery laws.
President Barack Obama vows to respond to a cyberattack on Sony Pictures that he blamed on North Korea and scolds the company for caving in to threats.
The White House releases a draft of its plan to rate U.S. colleges and tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to pull up their socks.
The Federal Reserve is signaling that it's edging closer to raising interest rates, but it's promising to be patient in determining when to raise rates.