In addition to his apology, the president pledged to help those who have complained that the new law is forcing them to sign up for a more expensive plan.
“The CIA is paying AT&T more than $10 million a year to assist with overseas counterterrorism investigations by exploiting the company’s vast database of phone records, which includes Americans’ international calls, according to government officials.”
In 2012, the cost of child care in the U.S. grew up to eight times faster than family income, according to a new study of the average fees paid to child care centers and family child care homes.
Johns Hopkins Medicine says it will suspend and review its black lung program, following joint investigative reports last week from the Center for Public Integrity and ABC News that found the program “helped coal companies thwart efforts by ailing mine workers to receive disability benefits.”
A new study suggests there could be far more Earth-like planets orbiting distant stars than once thought, some of which might even harbor life.
Pakistan is blasting the United States for a drone strike that has allegedly killed Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud.
A key deadline in the quest to rid Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime of its chemical weapons has been met, according to international observers.
As a massive storm brings hurricane force winds through Western Europe, surfers in Nazaré, Portugal were taking advantage of monster waves, triggering rumors of record-breaking rides.
What’s being described as the worst storm in years hit Britain before moving across the English Channel to lash the Netherlands, France and Germany.
Lou Reed, the singer and songwriter whose work as a solo artist and as the leader of cult-favorite band The Velvet Underground influenced generations of musicians, has died at age 71.