Will rising gas prices peak over the holiday weekend?
Daron Wint, the man suspected in the brutal slaying of a Washington, D.C. family inside their mansion, has been captured.
One out of every nine bridges in the United States is in need of repair, but Congress can't agree on how to fund the fixes.
State of emergency declared along Santa Barbara coastline following 105,000 gallon spill.
Omaha police officer shot and killed just hours before delayed maternity leave was set to begin.
More than 100,000 gallons of oil spilled into Pacific Ocean along California coast before leak stopped.
Speech clocking in at nearly 11 hours will won't end possibility of controversial renewal of domestic surveillance program.
Travelers hitting the road this weekend will have plenty of company. Triple-A estimates 33 million Americans will take a trip by car during the Memorial Day holiday. Keep some safety tips in mind when navigating those busy highways.
New expanded Takata airbag recall targets nearly 34-million vehicles. How do you know if yours is on the list?
Newly released documents seized during the raid that killed Osama Bin laden show he was obsessed with 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Tens of thousands of gallons foul California coast after pipeline ruptures.
Pope Francis spoke about the family at his weekly audience today.
Nearly one in five female college students may face some type of sexual assault by the time they finish their freshman year.
Family of Marine killed in MV-22B Osprey crash discuss their loss, and Lance Cpl. Joshua Barron's love of his country.
Potentially deadly Takata airbags will be replaced in an estimated 34-million vehicles.
U.S. releases unprecedented number of Osama bin Laden documents from 2011 raid
Texas biker shooting: A look at the two sides of outlaw motorcycle gangs
Japanese auto parts supplier Takata admits airbags are defective.
The investigation continues into the biker gangs shootout in Waco, Texas on Sunday. So why have investigators kept such a close eye on outfits like the Bandidos. The short answer: A history of violence.
Republicans call for new plan to combat ISIS, saying President Obama's strategy has failed.
New research finds text messages could help teenage girls stay on top of their birth control appointments.
Obesity rates among children entering kindergarten in the U.S. has increased since 1998 except among those from the wealthiest families.
President Barack Obama plans to put in place new restrictions on the use of military equipment by police departments, following unrest in U.S. cities over the deaths of black men at the hands of police officers, the White House said on Monday.
There's a brand new synthetic marijuana hitting the streets and it is completely different than anything the experts have seen in the past.
Do you want your children to do better in exams? Then take away their smartphones! At least, that's what one study seems to suggest.
A cyber-security consultant is coming forward to the FBI. He claims he hacked into the computer systems aboard airliners up to 20 times and even managed flight controls and we have more on what federal court documents are saying.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev receives death penalty
Includes funding for Bell and Pantex
"The King of Blues" was 89 years old
Final Three Finalists will be narrowed down to just two
Many New England Patriot fans are standing by their QB
Season 15 will be Idol's last
At Mayor's Request
Four People Dead
Not Authorized by Congress
Wants to Focus on Working Class
The daughter of Prince William and Dutchess Catherine was born on Saturday in London
"Stand By Me" legend died Thursday in New Jersey
Prosecutors are filing criminal charges in connection to Freddy Gray's death
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Some Arrests Overnight; One Officer Injured
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.