Final passage of the Senate GOP budget came after an all night session where over 50 amendments were considered in a row.
At least two people are still unaccounted for following Thursday's explosion and building collapse in New York City.
Oklahoma University issues report on internal investigation into SAE's racist chant video.
Explosion believed to have been caused by gas leak results in fiery collapse of New York City building.
Lufthansa confirms Andrea Lubitz, the co-pilot suspected of intentionally downing a Germanwings airliner with 150 people on board, trained in Arizona.
Revelations in Germanwings airliner crash draw attention to protocol for cockpit behavior on U.S. flights.
Tornado survivors clear wreckage from first string of deadly storms to strike this season.
Former Taliban hostage could face life in prison for desertion after probe determined he walked away from his post prior to capture.
At least one person is dead after a string of tornadoes swept from Oklahoma City to Tulsa Wednesday.
Levi Pettit, the SAE fraternity member caught on video leading a racist chant, will speak publicly for the first time today.
Bergdahl now faces desertion charges and charges of misbehavior before the enemy.
The report alleged that tests of Chinese-made laminate sold by Lumber Liquidators exceeded California standards for safe formaldehyde levels.
Pedestrian injuries are a leading cause of death for young people in the US.
The bodies of two children were discovered in a freezer inside a Detroit, Michigan apartment.
The Supreme Court resurrected a woman's pregnancy discrimination claim against UPS, sending the case back to a lower court Wednesday.
Surveillance and reconnaissance air missions began Monday.
President Obama welcomes Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to the White House, announces planned troop draw-down will be postponed.
Prosecution nears end of its case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
According to the US Department of Transportation, motorists traveled 3.02 trillion miles in 2014.
Sales of new homes rose last month to the fastest pace in seven years.
Department Proposes Changes to "Actively Engaged" Rule
Special military unit returns to Maryland after working to stop the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
President Obama hosts Afghan President Ghani at the White House today. His first official visit since his election in 2014 and the issue of the pace of US troop withdrawal is expected to be the major point of discussion
The world's most widely-used weed killer can "probably" cause cancer, that's according to the World Health Organization.
A Germanwings plane carrying 150 people has gone down in the French Alps.
Investigators find no evidence of 2012 University of Virginia gang rape reported in controversial Rolling Stones article.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the first candidate to officially declare for the 2016 presidential race.
Recent lab testing reveals today's marijuana is a lot stronger than it used to be.
President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law on this date in 2010.
If you're looking for the perfect place to retire, a new report from Bankrate.com says Americans want more than just sunshine.
Suspect shot and killed after attacking New Orleans TSA agents with wasp spray and machete.
Prosecutors could rest their case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev later this week.
The Obama Administration unveils the first major nationwide safety restrictions on fracking.
Millions of Americans are digging out from snow on this, the first day of spring.
The WHO acknowledges acting slow, but has blamed its response partly on the surprising characteristics of the Ebola epidemic which is the worst ever with more than 10,000 believed dead.
Days after winning the election in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu backs off comments about not supporting a two-state solution.
National Urban League releases new "State of Black America" report.
NOAA releases annual spring weather outlook, predicting drought in the West and flood risks in the Northeast and Midwest.
Overall December 2014 was the warmest December to date.
University of Virginia student's brutal arrest by Alcoholic Beverage Control agents triggers outrage.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee hears from the State Department on how the talks with Iran are progressing.
A slight increase in those filing jobless claims.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla begin a four day visit to the United States with several stops around Washington, D.C.
SAE announces plan to combat racism as fraternity scandals continue to unfold.
What does Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection mean for U.S.-Israeli relations?
Distracted driving is at an all-time high among young drivers according to a study of 3,000 teenage drivers.
Social interaction, self-sufficiency and finding work can be a huge challenge for people living with developmental disabilities. A unique hospital program is working to tear down some of those barriers.
Despite polls favoring his opponent, it appears that Benjamin Netanyahu will remain Israel's Prime Minister, and some of his views worry the U.S.
New Safe Kids Worldwide report finds toddlers and teens most at risk for medical poisoning.
Kraft announces a major recall of its macaroni and cheese products.