Extremely cold air sets in across much of the country.
White House summit on extremism focuses on preventing terrorist recruiting in the United States.
Night suddenly turned into day at around 4:50 Tuesday morning.
American Postal Workers Union representatives will meet with USPS managers today.
The CNN/ORC poll shows 47 percent of those surveyed approve of Obama's work as president, while 51 percent disapprove.
White House hosts summit on addressing violent extremism in cities across the country.
Defense attorneys work to convince jurors Eddie Ray Routh did not know what he was doing when he killed "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield.
Today, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell called the latest numbers encouraging and said they prove that Americans want and need health care coverage.
Investigators search for cause of fiery West Virginia train crash.
After a federal judge's ruling blocks President Obama's immigration orders, many dreams are now left in limbo.
The party is on in New Orleans.
Temporary injunction issued against President Obama's unilateral immigration orders that would allow millions of undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States.
Another Wave of ice and snow is bringing misery to the East Coast.
The CDC says 80-percent of the cases can be linked to the outbreak that began in Disneyland in California.
Total student borrowing now stands at 1.16 trillion dollars, the most on record.
Mardi Gras is in full swing in New Orleans.
Federal and Hazmat officials are trying to figure out what caused a fiery train explosion in West Virginia.
Do not get hit by the "Dirty Dozen" tax scams. Each year, IRS releases its list of tax scams and some are new ... while others - like identity theft - are repeats.
Cold Temperatures, snow and ice take toll on much of the United States.
It may take more than a year to make those rules official and while the issue is being debated, businesses are already lining up for permission to use this high-flying technology.
It's 2000 miles from Denmark to Libya but both are new fronts in the fight against a fanatic movement based in Syria but rapidly spreading.
40 percent of those surveyed approve of the way the President is combating the terrorist group.
For more than 130 years, the DC monument has been listed as 555 feet, 5 and 1/8 inches.
The space agency says the risk is heightened by the rise in greenhouse gas emissions.
Ice, snow, and cold freezes much of the United States.
The FAA has proposed new rules on how unmanned drones can be used.
The deadline ended Sunday night at midnight eastern.
West coast ports are in gridlock this weekend, after a slowdown due to a contract dispute.
The Northeast is bracing itself for another winter storm as temperatures plummet to the lowest in 20 years.
President Obama issues new orders to combat increasing cyber crimes and data breaches.
Even though the number of states with widespread flu continues to decrease, flu deaths remain at epidemic levels.
Construction underway on the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
The deadline to enroll in the Affordable Care Act or face a penalty is fast approaching.
No luck with online dating? Sometimes, the key to success is all in a name!
President Obama's request for expanded war powers to take on ISIS faces resistance on Capitol Hill.
Three winning tickets will split a $564-million jackpot.
The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention For American Veterans Act is named for Marine veteran Clay Hunt, who committed suicide in 2011 after serving tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Today, the Labor Department announced the number of Americans applying jobless benefits ticked up 25,000 to a seasonally adjusted 304,000.
Facebook will now allow users to assign someone to take over your profile when you die.
New York and Columbus, Ohio, were also considered to host the DNC the week of July 25th, 2016.
Lower gas prices and a drop in auto sales appear to be the cause.
Congress is looking over the President's request to expand the war against ISIS, while deciding who will be in charge of it.
More Americans are renouncing their citizenship than ever before.
President Obama calls on Congress to expand his authorization for use of military force against ISIS militants.
President Obama is expected to formally ask Congress to use military force to go after ISIS.
The comments come after the Supreme Court refused to grant temporary delays to states that have had their laws restricting marriage to a man and a woman invalidated.
No one won the top prize in Saturday's Powerball drawing.
President Obama is expected to ask Congress for expanded war powers to take on ISIS.
Historic snow levels leave Boston and other New England cities struggling to dig out.
The White House has confirmed the death of American ISIS hostage Kayla Jean Mueller.