More than two dozen U.S. senators are calling on the nation’s top intelligence official to make information public about the scope and duration of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program.
The family of a Michigan woman who died in Syria last month still lacks confirmation she was killed during fighting
Tiny metal buttons in delicious-sounding colors like poupon, hubba bubba and piglet have served as The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s admission ticket for 42 years.
U.S. stocks are flipping from gains to losses Friday on mixed economic news.
A measure of U.S. consumer confidence remained near a six-year high in June as higher home and stock prices boosted household wealth.
A Sikh (seek) group is offering $10,000 to anyone who serves an Indian head of state with federal lawsuit papers on his expected visit to Wisconsin next week.
Sears Holdings Corp. is announcing it is cutting ties with Paula Deen, adding to the list of companies cutting ties following revelations that the Southern celebrity chef used racial slurs in the past.
The House and its conservative majority are coming under pressure to act after the Senate passed a landmark immigration bill opening the door to U.S. citizenship to millions while pouring billions of dollars into securing the border with Mexico.
With changes to its unemployment law taking effect this weekend, North Carolina not only is cutting benefits for those who file new claims
The 101st Airborne Division is trying to save its illustrious 506th Infantry Regiment
An American executive held hostage for nearly a week by his company’s Chinese workers in a pay dispute
The upcoming regional security summit in this tiny Southeast Asian sultanate is the sort of venue where North Korea has often managed to open up sideline discussions with Seoul and Washington. This time, while there will be plenty of talk about Pyongyang, there is little chance of substantive talk with it.
A neighbor of George Zimmerman who had perhaps the best view of the struggle between the neighborhood watch volunteer and Trayvon Martin testified at Zimmerman’s murder trial Friday that it appeared the unarmed teen was straddling Zimmerman during their confrontation.
Pfc. Bradley Manning’s former commander in Iraq says he was stunned and morale among his troops “took a hit” after they learned Manning was suspected of leaking classified documents.
From its perch in low-Earth orbit, NASA’s newest satellite will soon get a close-up look at a little-explored region of the sun that’s thought to drive space weather that can affect Earth.
The heat wave that is gripping the western U.S. is one of the worst in years, with desert locations in the Southwest seeing temperatures approach 120 degrees.
Dust blankets everything in the halls of the unfinished National September 11 Memorial & Museum.