Tension mounts as Ferguson awaits grand jury decision on possible indictment in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
A Senate vote on the Keystone XL pipeline could set up a possible showdown with President Obama.
Professors find voice-activated recording device hidden in Brigham Young University lecture hall.
Hackers send vile messages to parents of childhood cancer victims after hacking charity's Facebook page and e-mail accounts.
As the Kassig family mourns the death of their son by ISIS militants, lawmakers try to determine if the strategy to fight ISIS is working.
Poll: Americans don't like the Affordable Care Act, even if enrollees do
Dr. Martin Salia loses his fight with Ebola, two days after arriving back in the United States for treatment.
Another arctic cold front is delivering a second blast of wintry weather to much of the country.
A fight over immigration reform is taking shape in Washington.
The nation's first ever legal marijuana auction was held in Prosser, Washington over the weekend.
President Obama reacts to another beheading by the radical Islamic group called ISIS.
Dr. Martin Salia, the third patient brought to Nebraska Medical Center for Treatment, has died.
The State Department shut down the e-mail system and public web sites over the weekend to upgrade security.
The last visit to the US by a sitting Pope was in April 2008, when Pope Benedict traveled to Washington and New York.
Dr. Martin Salia will soon be brought to Nebraska University Medical Center for treatment after contracting Ebola while treating patients in Africa.
House passes a measure allowing construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, setting the stage for a showdown with the Senate and President Obama.
The open enrollment period for next year's coverage opens tomorrow on Healthcare.gov.
Patrick Donahoe has decided to retire in February following 39 years at the agency, according to the USPS.
The report's co-author says the slowdown comes as state governments restore funding to public schools.
The yearly rate for soldiers hospitalized for a psychiatric disorder was 263.9 per 100,000 and the regular Army was 18.5 suicides per 100,000 soldiers.
Security is being tightened ahead of grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
The stage is being set for showdowns over immigration reform and the Keystone XL pipeline.
They predict around 45 cents lower than this year.
Sub-zero temperatures linger in states hardest hit by arctic blast.
The college board says for undergraduate students attending a public, four-year college or university in their home state, including room and board, the average cost this year was $19,000.
The National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration says four of its web sites were hacked in recent weeks.
John Boehner's next challenge
The pipeline would transport oil from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast.
Hospital that treated only Ebola patient to die in the United States will create a foundation in his name; nurses across the country demand better training.
What can this lame-duck Congress accomplish before Republicans take control next year?
Record-breaking temperatures accompany arctic blast pushing its way toward the East Coast.
The study did not address why the students thought their loans would be forgiven.
The UNHCR says many of those are without food or shelter as winter soon approaches.
Arctic air pushing across the United States brings record-setting cold to Colorado.
NASA's next generation of spacecraft, the Orion, has arrived at a Cape Canaveral launchpad ahead of an upcoming test flight.
Congress gets back to work, and they have a lot on the agenda.
Former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill speaks to FOX News about killing Osama bin Laden.
Some of the issues on the agenda include: a must pass bill to fund the government, bills to arm Syrian rebels and extending expiring tax breaks.
Arctic blast sends temperatures plunging across much of the country.
Dr. Craig Spencer tests negative for Ebola; no cases currently diagnosed in the United States.
Veterans day ceremonies take place across the country.
Big changes are headed to the VA.
Dr. Craig Spencer leaves New York City's Bellevue Hospital after overcoming the Ebola virus.
Restaurants across the country are offering deals- most require proof of military service and are dine in only.
New Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald announces major changes aimed at improving medical services for veterans.
Snow storms and frigid temperatures take hold in several states.
According to an official, criminals broke into a computer system and stole the personal data for 750,000 employees and retirees.
President Obama heads overseas as lawmakers back in Washington try to hammer out an agenda they can all agree on.
Enrollment for next year doesn't begin until November 15th.
It's part of a ceremony for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, which happened while president bush was in office.