Investigators say New York prison escapee David Sweat said he and fellow fugitive Richard Matt had planned to travel to Mexico.
U.S. Supreme Court rules that states can continue to use lethal injection drug blamed in two botched executions.
A new study reveals Americans are much more accepting of working mothers than ever before.
Police say escaped New York fugitives used pepper to escape tracking dogs; second prison employee accused of aiding escape faces arraignment.
Mission to resupply International Space Station ends with catastrophic failure.
The Supreme Court made its decision clear about same-sex marriage, but how some states plan to handle it is much less clear.
Today, marks the end of the term for the US Supreme Court.
Richard Matt, one of two inmates on the run after escaping from a New York prison has been shot and killed by authorities.
President Obama delivers rousing eulogy for the late Reverend Clementa Pinckney and issues call for racial healing.
As crowds cheer falls of same-sex marriage ban outside of the Supreme Court, couple begin saying "I Do" across the country.
French authorities have launched an investigation following an attack and explosion at an American gas factory in southeast France today that left one person decapitated and several injured.
Funeral services will be held today for Reverend Clementa Pinckney, with President Obama delivering a eulogy.
The latest fireworks safety poll reveals that people are three times more likely to wear eye protection while cleaning and repairing their homes than they are while handling fireworks.
Supreme Court upholds key provision of Affordable Care Act, giving President Obama a major victory in preserving the law.
Two of the nine victims of the Emanuel AME massacre are laid to rest.
Annual AAA forecast predicts a record number of Americans will travel for this July 4th holiday.
There are six major cases left on the docket, including potential blockbuster rulings concerning same-sex marriage and Obamacare. The court is expected to release opinions on Friday and next week as well.
IRS watchdog concludes that up to 24,000 e-mails belonging to former IRS official Lois Lerner could be missing.
Families of hostages held overseas will no long face prosecution for paying ransom.
Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologizes to victims and their families prior to being formally sentenced to death for his crimes.
Charleston shooting victim Reverend Clementa Pinckney, who also served as a State Representative, lies in state at the State House rotunda.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is opening a new front in his war of words against Washington, D.C., decrying a "Washington cartel" replete with corruption and cronyism.
Americans trash $640 worth of food a year, and they don't even care about the effects on the planet.
The White House is expected to announce the government will no longer prosecute families that pay ransom to terrorist groups like ISIS.
Several southern states consider cutting ties with confederate battle flag.
The National Security Agency is coming under fire for allegedly spying on French presidents.
Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death today.
Protesters converge on South Carolina statehouse to demand removal of Confederate Flag.
With a heat wave gripping much of the nation, the tragedy of children being forgotten in parked cars is at the forefront again.
Discovery of DNA from escaped prisoners shifts focus of search.
DNA evidence ties escaped prisoners to remote cabin.
South Carolina state officials move toward removing Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds in wake of Charleston church massacre.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley announces bipartisan effort to remove Confederate Flag from statehouse grounds.
Officials say more information compromised in recent cyber breach.
For the second time in the last three years, the end of June will bring a Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. This time, the decision impacts health care for about millions of Americans in 34 states.
The search for two escaped killers from an upstate New York prison intensified after police confirmed the men may have broken into a cabin near Mountain view.
There are new calls today for removing the confederate flag from the capitol grounds in Columbia, S.C., meanwhile, President Obama, in an online interview about the nation not being cured of racism, used the "n-word" when talking about progress.
Warmer winters mean less snow and ice but does they lead to fewer deaths?
Millions of Samsung Galaxy phones have a flaw that makes them vulnerable to hackers and it could allow strangers to "spy" on your phone
As authorities dig into why and how this happened, Charleston is coming together, grieving the loss of nine of its citizens.
Safe summer travel tips for securing your money when you travel this summer.
By a five to four vote, the court ruled that such registries are constitutionally protected against unreasonable search and seizure.
Charleston massacre puts new focus on white supremacist groups ad their hateful views.
Family members of victims offer forgiveness to Charleston massacre gunman Dylann Roof during bond hearing.
The Environmental Protection Agency calls for tougher mileage standards for medium and heavy duty trucks.
Talk of new gun control measures begins in the wake of the Charleston massacre.
Focus shifts to nine killed in church massacre following gunman's capture.
Prayers, vigils, and calls for unity follow deadly church shooting that left nine dead.
As Democrats and Republicans come together to condemn the massacre inside a South Carolina church, renewed debate over gun control looms.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently evaluated more than 100 vehicles to see how easy it is to access the anchors that secure child safety seats and to determine how difficult it is to attach the seats to the anchors.