After flying military planes during World War II, raising a family, visiting all seven continents and bungee-jumping in New Zealand at 83, Elaine Harmon had one final, seemingly simple wish: to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
It was more than a routine get-out-the-vote knock on the door when Iraq War veteran and Nevada Republican Party staffer Jon Staab asked Kenneth Olofson, a Vietnam veteran, if he'll be voting for Donald Trump.
Donald Trump said Tuesday night that Hillary Clinton's handling of private emails disqualifies her to serve as president.
The Republican chairman of the House committee investigating Hillary Clinton's email practices asked a federal prosecutor Tuesday to determine whether she or others working with her played a role in the deletion of thousands of her emails by a Colorado technology firm overseeing her private computer server in 2015.
Hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars are spent each year on the country's public schools.
THE ISSUE: More Americans are getting buried by student debt -- causing delays in home ownership, limiting how much people can save and leaving taxpayers at risk as many loans go unpaid.
State troopers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have been known to patrol in a tractor-trailer so they can sit up high and spot drivers texting behind the wheel.
Lawmakers return to Washington this week for an abbreviated election-season session in which they will likely do what they do best: the bare minimum.
For a time, it felt like the attack that shattered America had also brought it together.
Donald Trump swayed to songs of prayer, read scripture, and wore a traditional prayer shawl Saturday on a visit to a predominantly black church in Detroit, as he called for a "civil rights agenda of our time" and vowed to fix the "many wrongs" facing African-Americans.
"Crushed." "Disappointed." "Confused."
Donald Trump's aggressive rhetoric on illegal immigration has obscured a potentially historic policy shift -- the Republican presidential nominee is the first major party candidate in modern memory to propose limiting legal immigration.
Donald Trump will visit a predominantly black church in Detroit this weekend and, his campaign says, "outline policies that will impact minorities and the disenfranchised in our country."
The State Department agreed Thursday to turn over all the detailed planning schedules from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state to The Associated Press by mid-October.
The last of three men tried and acquitted in an infamous civil rights slaying in Alabama has died.
Mexico's president was savaged on social media and in political circles following his joint press conference Wednesday with Donald Trump, with many seeing a national humiliation in his welcoming of a man who has derided migrants as rapists and criminals.
For weeks, Donald Trump flirted with a self-described "softening" of the hard-line immigration policies that propelled him to the Republican nomination, raising the hopes of party officials, some Hispanic leaders and skeptical voters unnerved by his presidential candidacy.
From Medicare to medical costs, more voters trust Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to do a better job on health care issues facing the nation, according to a poll out Thursday. But they're not holding out hope for big improvements.
School administrators this year are being pushed to get better at recognizing homeless students -- those "hidden" in other people's homes or whose families are staying in places like campgrounds, motels and cars -- and to keep them in school even if they're missing paperwork or move around.
A once-thriving all-black settlement in the New Mexico desert is a ghost town that rarely appears on maps.
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