The Supreme Court Considers Gay Marriage Arguments Starting Today
Olympic Gold Medalist and Reality-TV star says that he wants to live his life as a woman.
Comcast is officially abandoning its $45 Billion bid to acquire Time Warner Cable.
Two employees injured in blast that destroyed Kentucky's Silver Trail Distillery.
The government's consumer watchdog, the Federal Trade Commission, has a warning for Americans about a bold scam making its way into mailboxes across the country.
The drug is sold under a variety of names as incense. But experts say it's synthetic marijuana and can be 100 times more potent.
Demonstrators take to the streets for a fourth straight day, demanding answers in the police custody death of Freddie Gray.
More than a dozen students were hurt Thursday night when a stage collapsed during a concert at Indiana's Westfield High School.
Today is a big anniversary for an important piece of equipment in the American space program. The Hubble Telescope turns 25 today and we have more on the breathtaking images that are still being sent back from the telescope every day.
The number of Americans looking for unemployment benefits last week remained basically unchanged from the week before.
President Obama apologizes for drone strike that killed American hostage being held by Al Qaeda.
Senate votes to confirm Loretta Lynch as next U.S. Attorney General after nearly five months of delays.
Farmers argue law requiring them to turn over portion of their crop to U.S. government is unconstitutional.
Marchers take to the streets of Baltimore for a fourth straight night, demanding arrest of officers involved in Gray's arrest.
Loretta Lynch has been waiting for confirmation longer than the last seven nominees combined, but now she may finally get a vote.
The Navy announced the latest version of unmanned naval aerial combat vehicles conducted its first aerial refueling test Wednesday.
New York City is set to mark Earth Day by announcing the ambitious goal of reducing waste output by 90-percent by 2030.
Efforts to go green turn mean this Earth Day.
Automakers want to make it illegal for you to work on your own car specifically, the electrical and computer components of your vehicle.
prosecutors play previously unseen, graphic home video showing immediate aftermath of Boston Marathon.
The Department of Justice has launched its own probe into the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, whose spine was severed while in police custody.
Iranian cargo ships are getting closer to Yemen, and now, U.S. warships have moved into the area.
The US Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police cannot drag out traffic stops so that drug-sniffing dogs can check vehicles.
Today is Earth Day. A celebration honoring nature and the role we play in keeping the planet clean. So how eco-friendly is our state?
Penalty phase begins in trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
U.S. warships prepare to intercept Iranian convoy believed to be carrying weapons to rebel forces in Yemen.
Today the second and more difficult phase of the Boston Marathon Bombing Trial begins - whether to send Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to prison for life or the ultimate punishment.
The news is not so great for the Republican-led Congress.
Six men from Minnesota and California arrest, accused of planning trip to Syria to join ISIS.
The Food and Drug Administration is issuing a warning saying counterfeit botox may have been distributed to doctors' offices and medical clinics across the country.
The Washington Post reports the FBI admits some of its experts gave flawed testimony in trials that spanned more than 20 years.
The singer-songwriter will grow and sell "Willie's Reserve" in Colorado and Washington, the two states where recreational use of the drug is legal.
Scientists in the UK have developed an innovative new plumbing technology that can convert urine into electricity, with the hopes that the system can be used to light up the dark corners of refugee camps in conflict zones.
The 119th Boston Marathon takes place today, two years after a deadly bombing at the race's finish line.
The nation could be closer to getting a new Attorney General this week.
For most of us, April 20th is just another ordinary day. But for those involved the marijuana movement, "Four Twenty" is akin to a national holiday.
Poll: GOP presidential race too close to call; Clinton has commanding lead among democrats
The results of the 2014 federal employee survey are out and the news is not good.
Oklahoma reserve sheriff's deputy offers apology to the family of the unarmed man he shot and killed last week after mistakenly drawing his gun instead of his taser.
Oklahoma City prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the deadly attack on the Murrah Federal Building.
President Obama urges Congress not to impose new sanctions on Iran, saying it would undermine changes of nuclear deal.
Survivors of the 1995 Murrah Federal Building Bombing look back ahead of the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.
This weekend kicks off National Parks Week and entrance fees for all National Parks are being waived, but money is still an issue.
The anti-authority website "Wikileaks" has published a searchable database of every Sony email and document that was stolen by hackers last year.
Five years after the worst oil spill in US history, the Gulf of Mexico is looking blue, clean, and whole again.
The Labor Department says applications for unemployment benefits increased by 12,000 last week to 294,000 but the number of people requesting benefits is still very low.
Thornberry has introduced or cosponsored a bill to repeal the death tax more than 20 times while serving in Congress.
A postal worker who flew a mini-helicopter to the U.S. Capitol was visited by the Secret Service and told a newspaper reporter why he did it.
Are you considering selling your house this spring? Trulia is out with a list of hot and not so hot cities for home sales.
The price of a barrel of oil has been rising for five days straight and today hit the highest price all year.