At least five bomb threats were phoned in Tuesday against flights originating or landing in the United States, government sources told NBC News. The sources said that the threats were not deemed credible.
The US Supreme Court today said the government cannot base a prosecution for sending an Internet threat solely on how the message was perceived.
Deadly severe weather in Texas over the long holiday weekend tested government alert and evacuation procedures.
Some Kind bars aren't as nice for your body as the company claims, the government's top food regulator says.
The government will not pursue federal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin three years ago.
As your local election headquarters, we continue to take a look at the contested races in Tuesday's primary election. Tonight we're introducing you to the three candidates who want the Republican nod for the 13th District Congressional seat.
There are only three days for Congress to approve a budget before a government shutdown, and an agreement is no where in sight.
The House approved legislation on Friday to keep the government open past Sept. 30, but also to eliminate funding for "Obamacare."
Ohio University economist Richard Vedder says an expanding system of government benefits has helped create a poverty rate of 14 percent.
Multiple news outlets are reporting a fiscal cliff deal has been reached between the Senate and the White House.
The head of the Texas Republican party predicts though Democrats will make gains in Texas, Republicans will still maintain control of both house of the state legislature.
As your local election headquarters a reminder that the presidential and general election is just 3 weeks away.
And state and local election officials are making a last minute push to get every registered voter to the polls.
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The U.S. Postal service took a big financial hit last quarter.