8 million people work illegally in the U.S., and here's why that's unlikely to change
Ending illegal immigration, say many who have studied the issue, could mean that American workers would lose their jobs, companies would close and the economy would contract.
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Study: Virginia's economy turns corner but storm clouds loom
A new economic report says Virginia has finally pulled out of the doldrums caused by the Great Recession and past restrictions on federal spending. Old Dominion University's...
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Draghi defends euro as bastion against ‘illiberal' regimes
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi defended the results of two decades of European political and monetary integration against the return of “illiberal” policies and...
54 minutes ago - National Post
Legislative commission studies privacy protection online
A new legislative commission is studying online privacy protection. Democratic Rep. Evan Shanley was elected chairman of the 11-member Rhode Island Online Data Transparency and...
2 hours ago - Miami Herald
The most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. Here are the top 10
In 2018 , scientists around the world published studies about a wide range of new discoveries . Their research uncovered new truths about what's best for human health, how...
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Study: A small glass of wine a day may help keep the doctor away
Having a glass of red wine a day may help keep the doctor away.
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Knowing just one gay person can shift people's attitudes about same-sex marriage
A new study suggests knowing just one gay person can change people's prejudices. Using survey data, a sociologist at Penn State University found that having a gay acquaintance...
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Daily horoscope for Saturday, December 15, 2018
Moon Alert Caution! Avoid shopping or major decisions from 6:30 AM to 8 PM EST today. After that, the Moon moves from Pisces into Aries. Aries This is a good day to kick back...
10 hours ago - National Post
Study: Babies, toddlers even more at risk from second-hand smoke
Researchers found up to 15 percent of children tested had levels of a byproduct of the body's breakdown of nicotine comparable to a smoker.
11 hours ago - Post Gazette
Massachusetts pot board says still no concrete way to detect high drivers
There is no surefire way to detect impaired driving, including those who are under the influence of marijuana, researchers from the Cannabis Control Commission said...
11 hours ago - Boston Herald
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Trump says Interior Secretary Zinke leaving administration
WASHINGTON - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is facing federal investigations into his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest, will leave the...
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to leave Trump administration at end of the year
President Donald Trump says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will depart his administration at the end of the year.
Johnson & Johnson stock plummets after report claims it knew about asbestos...
Johnson & Johnson's stock tumbled 10 percent on Friday - wiping out close to $40 billion of its market value - after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that...
Federal judge in Texas rules ObamaCare is unconstitutional
A U.S. federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as ObamaCare, is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor in Fort Worth...
Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care Act As Unconstitutional
President Trump praised the ruling by a court in Texas as supporters of the ACA said they will appeal.
Gisin flown to hospital after crashing in World Cup downhill
SELVA DI VAL GARDENA, Italy - Swiss skier Marc Gisin was hospitalized Saturday following a nasty crash in a World Cup downhill.
Indians send 1B Alonso to White Sox for outfielder Alex Call
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians have made another offseason move, trading first baseman Yonder Alonso to the Chicago White Sox.
President Trump Names Mick Mulvaney As Acting White House Chief Of Staff
It's unclear how long Mulvaney will serve in the role, succeeding outgoing chief of staff John Kelly. On Dec. 8, Trump announced that Kelly would be leaving the job at the end...
19-year-old soldier from Johnstown dies in Afghanistan
Pfc. Joshua Mikeasky is the third soldier from Western Pennsylvania to die in the past month in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel.
Poland's ruling conservatives strike strong pro-EU tone
WARSAW, Poland - Poland's prime minister and other leaders of the ruling conservative party, long seen as euroskeptic, set a strongly pro-European tone at a party convention...