DeVos will speak at the Washington Policy Center’s annual fundraiser in Bellevue Friday evening.
Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees can expect another small increase in benefits next year.
Trump pledged to turn back the clock in what he described as a nation that has drifted away from its religious roots.
In addition to funding for military equipment and bases, this bill also determines pay and benefits for military personnel.
President Donald Trump announces his strategy on how to move forward on the Iran nuclear deal.
The White House says the Department of Health and Human Services has determined there is no appropriation for cost-sharing.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, tweeted that the president’s comments were “unbecoming” to a commander in chief.
President Trump promises to use the “power of the pen” to reform health care as he pushes tax reform in Pennsylvania.
22News explains what the state’s doing to bring more awareness about domestic violence.
Lawmakers are closing the books for fiscal 2017. 22News explains how lawmakers plan to balance the budget.
The House voted Wednesday 151-3 in favor of legislation to ban bump stocks, such as those used by the Las Vegas shooter.
The field of three mayoral candidates were reduced to two following Tuesday’s vote.
Consumers would have to wait until Tuesday to find out if the premium for their insurance would go up by as much as 26 percent.
Voters in Agawam went to the polls Tuesday to narrow down the number of candidates in elections for mayor and city council.
The race for the Democratic nomination in the Third District has already attracted four candidates.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said he would be issuing a new set of rules overriding the Clean Power Plan.
The Security Council unanimously approved more sanctions on Sept. 11, responding to North Korea’s sixth nuclear test explosion.
Accounts connected with the Russian government spent $4,700 on search and display ads.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said Monday he would be issuing a new set of rules overriding the Clean Power Plan.
Obama’s plan was designed to cut U.S. carbon dioxide emissions to 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.