Congress is moving forward with plans to build the monument to honor the 3,600 Americans who have earned the nation's highest award for valor in combat.
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) celebrates veteran-owned businesses across the country
Evidentiary hearings are underway in a Washington, D.C., courtroom this week, to decide if a massive lawsuit against the cellphone industry will be allowed to go to trial.
As Florida and other southern states recover from the financial impact of the pandemic, one program aims to ensure small businesses are not left behind.
Wildfire smoke is a hazard to many Washingtonians right now, but health experts say some might not get the relief they need inside their homes.
Family caregiving is rewarding and challenging, and it can also put a big strain on people's wallets.
Supporters from both sides of the aisle are touting a $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework taking shape in Washington, D.C.
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The Students for Justice in Palestine chapters at the University of Florida and the University of South Florida are filing lawsuits against the deactivation orders
If you are planning to do Umrah for the first time, several things might confuse you.
Florida lawmakers are being asked to use the winter months to swiftly install air conditioning in prison housing units before the return of scorching summer temperatures.