NASA has released a new extraordinary photo of earth that was taken from more than one-million miles away.
A Michigan mother is trying to raise money for a special gift for families who find themselves in the tragic situation of losing their baby soon after he or she is born.
Ohio Governor John Kasich enters the Republican Primary, but Donald Trump is still stealing the show.
Donald Trump calls fellow GOP Presidential hopeful Lindsey Graham an "idiot" and announces the Senator's private phone number during South Carolina campaign rally.
New videos released in Sandra Bland case; friends and family say they still don't believe she took her own life.
More U.S. children live in poverty now than before the Great Recession.
To find out which states take the hardest line on dangerous driving behavior, WalletHub compared driving laws in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Presidential Candidate Donald Trump softened comments about whether Senator John McCain is a hero, but he's still not apologizing.
Trump Refuses to Apologize
First Time in Decades
Broke Bone in Neck
Investigators say Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Kuwait, carried out attacks that left four Marines dead and several others wounded.
HBO fantasy series racks up 24 nominations.
The Federal Obamacare Exchange allowed almost a dozen fake enrollees to keep their plans and subsidies for 2015.
Former President George HW Bush was hospitalized after a fall at his home in Kennebunkport, Maine this Wednesday morning.
Putin and Obama "expressed a mutual intention to continue joint work in the interest of sustainable implementation of the Vienna agreements, as well as certain other current international matters, including countering international terrorism," according to the Kremlin statement.
Signals received from NASA's New Horizons probe indicate flyby of Pluto was a success.
President Obama holds press briefing to discuss new nuclear deal with Iran.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that traditional high-risk areas have expanded somewhat since the early 90's.
President Obama will hold a press conference to explain the Iran Nuclear Deal, and answer questions from the press, but he's really trying to sell Congress.
Closing arguments begin in trial of Aurora theater gunman James Holmes.
New Horizon probe reveals tiny planet in unprecedented detail.
President Obama defends Iran nuclear deal panned by Republican critics.
Republicans criticize new nuclear deal with Iran, saying it will do little to prevent creation of nuclear weapons.
Closing arguments are set to begin Tuesday in the trial of James Holmes, the man accused of gunning down 12 people and injuring dozens more in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater.
President Obama praises new nuclear agreement with Iran, but warns any violations will trigger immediate sanctions.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are headed to Taylor Swift concerts this week.
The Boy Scouts of America is drafting a resolution to allow same-sex men as troop leaders.
Dept of Defense may change policy on transgender service members.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker makes his bid for the presidency official.
A study finds most campus rapes are not committed by serial offenders.
The number of Americans lacking health insurance continues to fall and has reached a seven year low.
Studies find student debt is one driving factor preventing millennials from buying their own homes.
Republican candidate number 15 joins today, but another candidate is getting all the attention.
July tends to be the hottest month of the year, and the heat will likely burn a hole through your wallet.
He tweeted the news this morning, saying "Americans deserve a leader who will fight and win for them."
Massive crowd gathers at South Carolina State House to see removal of Confederate flag.
Government admits hacking of federal database results in theft of more than 21 million Social Security numbers and other personal files.
Women in charge at work take note.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management announces that Social Security numbers of 21.5 million people was among data stolen in year long breach.
The Confederate flag has been removed from South Carolina's State House grounds following weeks of heated debate sparked by the Charleston church massacre.
Officials say more than 20 million people were impacted by OPM hack, five times the original estimate.
Attorneys for the Obama administration will try again on Friday to persuade a three-judge panel of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to let a controversial immigration policy take effect.
Chaos engulfed the U.S. Capitol on Thursday as House Republicans and Democrats clashed over where the Confederate battle flag can and cannot be displayed.
Republican party leaders try to tone down Donald Trump's divisive rhetoric on Mexico on undocumented immigrants due to concerns it could hurt their chances with the Hispanic voters in 2016.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley signs bill finalizing removal of Confederate battle flag from State House grounds.
Diners will have to wait a little longer before calorie labels appear on the menus of all chain restaurants.
A little more than a year ago, Attorney General Holder ordered that married same sex couples should be treated the same as married opposite sex couples when the same-sex marriages were recognized by the states.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is tightening enforcement of fair housing laws hoping to diversify neighborhoods across the country.