At the ripe old age of 79, Social Security is helping West Virginia residents and the economy.
CHARLESTON, W. Va. – It’s been more than six months since Charleston tap water was declared drinkable. But is our water system any safer now?
The National Park Service’s ban on aerial drones being used inside national parks, primarily to capture photos and video, is now in full effect nationwide.
Medicare is now 49 years old, and there are some signs that fears about the program’s future may be easing.
Of all the outside money flooding into the U.S. House race in West Virginia’s 3rd congressional district, funds for attacks on Congressman Nick Rahall are measuring almost twice those supporting him.
Oftentimes, the issue of hunger is associated with people in inner cities, where the cost of living tends to be high.
As West Virginia revises its emergency landfill rules, concerns are rising about the tons of low-level radioactive waste from Marcellus drilling going into the state’s dumps.
The Environmental Protection Agency is taking public comments on proposed emissions standards that would cut carbon pollution in the power sector by 30 percent compared with 2005 levels.
There are many questions around why thousands of Central Americans leave their families, set off alone and risk their lives in an attempt to reach the United States.
Saying “money is destroying the political process,” Sen. Joe Manchin is co-sponsoring a constitutional amendment to limit huge campaign spending.