As government shutdown looms, Pentagon readies to shutter offices, troops to keep fighting without pay
Pentagon officials braced for the government shutdown, planning shutter office, withhold troops' pay
The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General found that customs agents were "caught by surprise" by President Trump's controversial order.
Michigan State Police dashcam video captures car moving too fast on a ramp and sliding into a tow truck in Detroit.
The March for Life has described "on-demand abortion" as "the greatest human rights violation of our time."
It appears the city's government desperately needs help, based on the job advertisement they posted.
U.S. gymnast Jordyn Wieber, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, made a statement in court Friday accusing Larry Nassar of sexual abuse.
Wieber is the fourth member of the Fierce Five to say Nassar sexually abused her, joining Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney and Aly Raisman.
Amazon on Friday raised the monthly rate for its Prime service from $10.99 to $12.99. The yearly rate remains $99.
Here are the events that led to the downfall of the once-beloved doctor who worked for USA Gymnastics for 29 years.
The Trump administration is moving to roll back a laundry list of financial regulations aimed at prootecting consumers and workers.
Some concepts were viewed as being fairly detached from reality, such as Infiniti's Q Inspiration or Chinese automaker GAO's Enverge.
Trump ignored conventions and pulled out of agreements, confronting allies and adversaries with uncertainty, ceding influence to China.
A 19-year-old student from New Jersey has been expelled from the University of Alabama after posting racist videos where she repeatedly uses a racial slur.
Sporting events are only meaningful if we trust the results. But as digital devices proliferate, so will the risks of cybersecurity failures.
Putin has dipped in icy waters on the Epiphany before, but Friday marked the first time he publicly did so, Russian spokesman says.
More Americans ages 18-44 say they would be more likely to take investing advice from Oprah Winfrey than Donald Trump, according to a new survey.