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O'Hare International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States.

The Justice Department is Investigating Airfare Price Collusion

Since the latest batch of airline consolidation began in 2008, airfares have mostly outstripped inflation.

Oil approaches the Louisiana shore in 2010 after the spill.

BP Will Pay $18.7 Billion In Damages to the Government for 2010 Oil Spill

The case stands as the largest environmental settlement in history.

The President Is Trying to Finish the Obamacare Sales Job

Now that the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Affordable Care Act, it's time for another White House PR effort.

No Shooting at Washington Navy Yard, Officials Say

Employees sheltered in place as a massive response unfolded Thursday morning.

Play of the Day: Chris Christie's New Horse-Abusing Ad

The Daily Show looks at some of the New Jersey governor's odd rhetoric.

Thriving at the Speed of Change

If you don't steer your team forward into the fog, you'll end up as roadkill.

The American Dream: Personal Optimists, National Pessimists

A survey reveals a huge gap between Americans’ pessimism about the nation and their optimism about their own lives.

Acting IG Richard Griffin testifies on the VA patient wait list scandal at a 2014 hearing.

Retirement of Acting VA Inspector General Doesn’t Halt Criticisms

Senate chairman, whistleblower advocate demand permanent appointment.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine agent's patch is seen as he patrols patrol near the Texas-Mexico border in February.

Border Agency Needs More Investigators to Tackle Corruption, Report Says

Panel finds CBP employee arrests and misuse of firearms are already prevalent.