Government lawyers are running out of time to file an appeal that could delay the sale of the morning-after contraceptive pill to all women and girls without a prescription.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it will cancel the planned closure of 149 airport control towers
The silver spire was fully installed this morning, after parts of it was transported to the roof last week. This brings the structure to symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
The silver spire topping One World Trade Center on Friday was fully installed on the building’s roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
The man accused of holding three women captive for a decade in his Cleveland home terrorized the mother of his children, frequently beating her, playing psychological games and locking her indoors, her relatives say.
Britain’s Prince Harry toured an exhibition about land mines, a cause dear to his late mother, Princess Diana, to open a weeklong U.S. visit devoted to the wounded victims of war.
Jurors are set to return for more deliberations in the murder trial of a Philadelphia abortion provider.
More than 20 months after the bodies of a retired Irish police officer and his girlfriend were found in a Philippines bedroom littered with bullet casings
Wields control over every major decision either directly or through a network of hand-picked loyalists and institutions, including the powerful Revolutionary Guard, the judiciary and intelligence services.
Authorities say a Florida man ran from the law and into an alligator’s jaws.
The younger sister of the 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston Marathon bombings has undergone what her family calls a “milestone” 11th operation on her left leg, which she lost below the knee
Oil industry associations say federal land managers are blocking new energy development by postponing all oil and gas lease auctions in California until October.
Timeline: Ohio missing women case
The Washington state Administrative Office of the Courts was hacked in February, and up to 160,000 Social Security numbers and 1 million driver license numbers may have been accessed during the data breach of its public website.
Nine years of litigation between a Hong Kong businessman and casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is drawing to a close.
House Republicans are willing to give President Barack Obama a rare victory on college loans.
A tentative trial date has been set for an Irish nanny charged with murder in the death of a Massachusetts baby.