Wildfires in Washington State have destroyed dozens of homes and forced the evacuation of several towns.
Misty Hold-Singh is being remembered for the loving mother and wife that she was after being shot to death in a robbery turned hostage situation.
A new program allows residents to better help dispatchers give them better help.
FedEx indicted for shipping drugs sold online.
International investigators hope to begin their search for the cause of a passenger jet crash in a war-torn region of the Ukraine.
Border Patrol uses pop music to try to prevent illegal border crossings.
Cars and houses were riddled with bullets during a high-speed chase and hostages were thrown from a fleeing SUV after a bank robbery Wednesday in Stockton that led to the deaths of a hostage and two suspects.
General Motors brass faced a Senate panel on Thursday to explain why the automaker never again will bury a problem as it did the defective ignition switches linked to 13 deaths.
President Obama is trying to use U.S. influence to calm to areas of conflict.
President Obama, lawmakers face off over border crisis.
Food prices are going up because of the California drought.
Research from a highway safety group shows that while teens need to be driving the safest cars, they are actually driving the most dangerous ones.
‘We come from different political parties and differ on many issues. But we are Texans and we know that with the responsibility of public office comes the duty to take action when others will not…Our legislation is a common-sense solution that will take immediate steps to stem the tide of this growing crisis.’
As some immigrant children face protests as they arrive at a processing facility in Oracle, Arizona, while Washington, D.C. says in a stalemate on the issue.
Congress did some serious scrambling today to keep money flowing for highways, bridges and other infrastructure with President Obama weighing in on how to do it.
A look at human smuggling in Mexico.
President Obama works to get an infrastructure bill through Congress before the Highway Trust Fund completely runs dry.
Citigroup and the Justice Department have agreed to a $7 billion deal that will settle a federal investigation into the mortgage securities the bank sold in the run-up to the financial crisis.
General Motors created the fund for the families of those who died or victims injured in one of the 2.6-million vehicles recalled in February.
The White House said Monday President Obama would use two stops this week to advance plans that would spur innovation in building and in turn create jobs.
Identity theft of the deceased is on the increase. Thieves are using newspaper’s obituary pages to get all the information they need.
CNN's Alexandra Field looks at how advances in technology make it harder for criminals to hide.
Centers for Disease Control director says he's "disappointed" and "angry" about safety errors that exposed workers to anthrax.
Georgia police reexamine death of man connected to Alix Tichelman, the alleged prostitute accused of murder in the death of Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes.
The scientific term for the phenomenon is "Perigee Moon"; it makes the moon appear larger and brighter.
President Barack Obama's health care law could be dealt a severe blow this week if a U.S. appeals court rules that some low- and middle-income residents no longer qualify for promised government subsidies to pay for their health insurance.
Man bound family, executing them one-by-one in search for his ex-wife.
Child injured by flash grenade in Georgia police raid returns to Wisconsin.
The German government said Thursday it is expelling a person it describes as the representative of U.S. foreign intelligence services based at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin.
Many of the thousands of migrant children crossing into the U.S. are not being turned away immediately because of a 2008 law — signed by President George W. Bush and passed with bipartisan support — requiring that they get an immigration hearing.
Texas border Democrats are pushing back against Republicans who have said that current White House policies are responsible for the swell of Central American migrants breaching the U.S.-Mexico border.
Smallpox is a highly contagious and deadly disease that's been wiped out since 1980.
Strong line of Tuesday evening storms leave damage from DC to New York, blamed for at least four deaths.
Drivers paid $3.67 a gallon on average over the Independence Day weekend, the highest since 2008.
Simple precautions can help parents avoid deadly mistakes.
President Obama requests more money to deal with the crisis on the border.
Every summer, consumers hear the refrain - if you want to save on your energy bill, turn up the thermostat. But there are other ways to trim costs. Karin Caifa looks at alternative tips to save energy and money in today's Consumer Watch.
Lawmakers only have a brief window to address the growing immigration crisis.
The Pew Research Center's Political Typology Report shows these people are not registered to vote, they don't give money to candidates and generally don't follow government and public affairs.
The fees help fund TSA airport security efforts.
Retailers are offering back to school sales sooner than ever before.
Florida Women accused of running multi-million dollar baby formula theft ring.
Could U.S. convenience stores be a link in the terror financing chain? Deborah Feyerick reports.
He's faced criticism for not meeting victims earlier in his 16-month papacy.
North Carolina coast feels first effects of Hurricane Arthur.
The drop has surprised some experts, who expected rates to start rising once the Federal Reserve began to cut back on its purchases of treasury bonds and mortgage backed securities.
The porn ad ban comes a year after Google decided to remove blogs from its blogger network that contained advertisements for online porn sites.
The report also showed a slight drop in unemployment, down from 6.3 percent to 6.1 percent in May.
19-year-old Colorado woman accused of attempting to join ISIS forces fighting in Syria.
North Carolina’s outer banks prepare for Hurricane Arthur’s arrival.
From the grocery store to the gas pumps, Americans will spend more to celebrate July Fourth this year.
Tensions increase as immigration centers overflow; calls for reform continue.
The Carolinas are keeping a watchful eye on Tropical Storm Arthur as the storm pushes north.
T-Mobile accused of charging customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees.
According to the poll, Ronald Reagan (at 35%) tops the list of the best president since WWII, with 18% saying Bill Clinton was best, followed by John F. Kennedy and Obama each at 8%.
‘Given all that’s happened, how on earth can you consider another pen and phone policy change that we know will lead to yet another surge of illegal immigration, cost the taxpayers more money and, most alarmingly, put more lives in danger?’
Transparency advocates are fighting a quiet change to how members of Congress report free travel, Pam Brown reports.
Tornadoes, heavy rain, and flooding take their toll.
The national average for gas right now is $3.67 a gallon.
At least one person killed as dangerous storms sweep across the Midwest.
With Congress out of town, President Obama delivers a "get tough" speech on immigration, with pressure mounting at the border.
In recent months, US officials have warned about terrorists attempting to design new explosive devices to avoid detection.
Former Proctor & Gamble CEO Bob McDonald picked to take over troubled Department of Veteran Affairs.
Notice comes as Ken Feinberg reveals plan to distribute money to victims of defective ignition switches.
BNP Paribas braces for $9 billion fine: reports
Gas prices on the July 4th holiday weekend have unexpectedly risen this year.
Statements on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby
Lincoln's signature on the Yosemite Land Grant bill on June 30, 1864, set a precedent for the preservation of the young country's wilderness. That act 150 years ago was the first instance of the U.S. government setting aside scenic wilderness for public use and preservation.
Ever feel like all the news you read is depressing? You may be right, if you're one of thousands who had their news feeds manipulated by Facebook.
The United States is going crazy for World Cup soccer.
Iraqi army mounts counter-offensive against ISIS; powerful cleric pushes for new government.
Immigration officials give tour of New Mexico facility where children who've crossed the U.S. border alone will be housed.
Massachusetts officials said the issue was more about public safety and pedestrian access on local sidewalks.
General Motors announces massive recall of the popular Chevy Cruze, citing problems with airbags.
Supreme Court weakens the president’s power to fill positions while Senate is in recess.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas requested unanimous consent on a resolution calling for the Department of Justice (DOJ) to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS’s illegal targeting of conservative groups.
Consumers cut back on eating out, going to the movies, and buying clothes.
Recently lawmakers have attempted to prevent certain appointment by never technically shutting down the Senate.
Most parents say they want to help but cannot because they are concerned about their own finances.
After weeks of varying explanations from the Administration, today U.S. Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced a resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that President Obama should take immediate action to mitigate the humanitarian crisis on the border involving unaccompanied migrant children, laying out five concrete steps the President should take in order to resolve the situation and prevent future crises.
Republican House Speaker John Boehner says he wants to sue President Obama for trying to change the law.
They've ordered dealers in the US and Canada to stop selling 2013 and 2014 Chevy Cruze sedans because of a potential airbag defect.
Supreme Court rules Internet start-up Aereo must pay broadcasters for re-transmitted content.
Supreme Court rules that in most cases police cannot search your smartphone without a warrant.
The case stems from two cases in which the suspects’ conviction was based on information found during an initial search of mobile devices.
Aereo charged a small monthly fee to deliver over the air content to computers and mobile devices.
The numbers from the Bureau of Economic analysis show the weakest quarter for the US economy since 2009, amid the great recession.
Police release interviews and other evidence outlining Minnesota teen's school massacre plot.
Lawmakers grill IRS employees over missing e-mails tied to Tea Party scandal.
NTSB report finds crew failed to monitor speed and altitude while relying on automated systems they did not fully understand.
Home prices jump nearly 11% in April
Survey: Most Americans still not saving as much as recommended
Attorney General's report finds crucial missteps in child molestation investigation.
Another hearing, Tuesday, looks into the loss of a former IRS administrator's e-mails.
Texas leaders tour facilities where unaccompanied immigrant children are being held.
Secretary of State John Kerry says U.S. support of Iraqi security forces will be "intense and sustained" as they battle ISIS militants.
The report comes on the heels of criticism that the VA Health Care System has left thousands of veterans facing long delays for medical care.
Attorney General's investigation looks into possible political delays in arrest and prosecution of former Penn State assistant coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in the Middle East as ISIS militants continue their assault on Iraq.
Same-sex married couples should be eligible for federal family leave benefits, regardless of whether they live in a state that recognizes gay marriage, according to President’ Obama, who’s ordering the Labor Department to present new rules on those issues.