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Defying a White House veto threat, lawmakers voted to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.
Congress faces a Feb. 27 deadline to renew funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
A crowded commuter train struck a car stalled on the tracks during rush hour, in what officials said was the railroad's deadliest accident.
A measles outbreak has rekindled discussion on the right of parents to forgo vaccines.
ISIS militants released a video of a captured Jordanian pilot being burnt alive.
The gap in bachelor-degree attainment between the nation's richest and poorest students has doubled during the last four decades.
Texas declared Feb. 2 "Chris Kyle Day," honoring the late Navy Seal portrayed in "American Sniper."
The White House forecasts less growth, weaker inflation, and lower interest rates than expected only a year ago.
The budget calls for more funding to beef up the government's ability to respond to attacks.
New England will celebrate its Super Bowl victory with a parade amid sub-freezing temperatures and piles of snow.
Toyota, Chrysler, Honda, Acura, and Jeep have all issued recalls.
The world's most famous groundhog says winter's not over yet.
Schools are closed from the Midwest to New England as millions brace for another wintry blast.
The plan sets up battles over tax reform, infrastructure, and the quest to prove which party best represents the middle class.
New England captured their first NFL title in 10 years.