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.
Homeless and living on a Hawaii beach, Sarah Kanuha never imagined being able to provide preschool for her youngest daughter.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation told sheriff’s officials Thursday that testing indicated the remains were Dylan’s.
High-calorie sports drinks and candy bars will be removed from vending machines and cafeteria lines at all U.S. schools as soon as next year
Dozens of people have reported feeling a 4.3-magnitude earthquake that rocked central Washington.
Sally Jewell made an emotional pledge in her first address to Indian Country as the 51st U.S. Interior secretary
The sister of a 19-year-old Pullman, Wash., man who committed suicide last weekend is seeking an apology from an Idaho sheriff’s deputy she says harassed her brother via Facebook in the days before his death.
Lawyers for U.S. soldier Bradley Manning can offer evidence contradicting the government’s assertion that he revealed classified information in a leaked battlefield video from Iraq
Federal regulators are accusing former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine of failing to properly manage MF Global, which misused customer funds before its 2011 collapse.
A look at major provisions of the Senate immigration bill:
Hardline opposition supporters tried but failed to stop Kosovo lawmakers from approving a key deal with Serbia
Interest rates on new student loans are going to double because the Senate does not plan a vote before Monday’s deadline.
Public transit agencies nationwide are being targeted with questionable lawsuits by so-called patent trolls