South Carolina state officials move toward removing Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds in wake of Charleston church massacre.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley announces bipartisan effort to remove Confederate Flag from statehouse grounds.
Officials say more information compromised in recent cyber breach.
For the second time in the last three years, the end of June will bring a Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. This time, the decision impacts health care for about millions of Americans in 34 states.
The search for two escaped killers from an upstate New York prison intensified after police confirmed the men may have broken into a cabin near Mountain view.
There are new calls today for removing the confederate flag from the capitol grounds in Columbia, S.C., meanwhile, President Obama, in an online interview about the nation not being cured of racism, used the "n-word" when talking about progress.
Warmer winters mean less snow and ice but does they lead to fewer deaths?
Millions of Samsung Galaxy phones have a flaw that makes them vulnerable to hackers and it could allow strangers to "spy" on your phone
As authorities dig into why and how this happened, Charleston is coming together, grieving the loss of nine of its citizens.
Safe summer travel tips for securing your money when you travel this summer.
By a five to four vote, the court ruled that such registries are constitutionally protected against unreasonable search and seizure.
Charleston massacre puts new focus on white supremacist groups ad their hateful views.
Family members of victims offer forgiveness to Charleston massacre gunman Dylann Roof during bond hearing.
The Environmental Protection Agency calls for tougher mileage standards for medium and heavy duty trucks.
Talk of new gun control measures begins in the wake of the Charleston massacre.
Focus shifts to nine killed in church massacre following gunman's capture.
Prayers, vigils, and calls for unity follow deadly church shooting that left nine dead.
As Democrats and Republicans come together to condemn the massacre inside a South Carolina church, renewed debate over gun control looms.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently evaluated more than 100 vehicles to see how easy it is to access the anchors that secure child safety seats and to determine how difficult it is to attach the seats to the anchors.
The use of drones was the subject of a hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
Shark researcher says to expect more shark bites following Wednesday's attack at Daytona Beach Shores.
Move over Alexander Hamilton.
Congress hears from military officials and others about sending more military advisers to Iraq.
The latest in video gaming and entertainment technology is on display at E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles this week.
AT&T recently released alarming statistics as part of its 'it can wait' campaign.
A federal program helps pay for children's lunches during summer break, but millions of eligible kids aren't getting those meals.
It's a symbol of freedom.
CDC study: U.S. Birth rate rises for the first time since 2007
Reality TV star and real estate mogul Donald Trump announces his bid for the presidency.
Former Spokane NAACP president Rachel Dolezal, accused of lying about her ethnicity, discusses her racial identity.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack testified before the House Education Committee, at a hearing focused on child nutrition assistance.
Researchers at Columbia University reviewed over 24 years of data on marijuana use.
The FDA cracking down on artificial trans fats, calling them a threat to public health.
A look at conditions in Galveston ahead of Tropical Storm Bill's landfall.
Americans' generosity has never been like this.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush declares his presidential bid in his home state of Florida.
The woman accused of helping two prisoners escape from a maximum security prison in New York state was back in court today after being arrested Friday. Meanwhile, it's day ten of the manhunt and still no sign of the fugitives.
Los Angeles approved a minimum wage of $15 an hour, becoming the latest city to do so. Many expect the issue to be a hot topic on the campaign trail.
Jeb Bush finally announces he will run for president in a few short hours. He will face an uphill battle in a very crowded Republican field.
‘We must do everything possible to support survivors … to break the cycle of exploitation, overcome the pain of their experiences and start a new life.’
The Libyan interim government says veteran al Qaeda figure Mokhtar Belmokhtar was killed in a US airstrike Saturday. a
Los Angeles becomes the largest U.S. city with a minimum wage of $15 per hour.
Jeb's in: the former Florida governor is set to kick off his 2016 presidential campaign in Miami.
The search continues today for two inmates who escaped from New York's Clinton Correctional Facility.
Congress votes on President Obama's controversial Trade Promotion Authority legislation.
A strange sight in Washington, D.C. as Republicans are cheering President Obama's Pacific Rim Trade deal and Democrats aren't so sure.
Senate fails to pass defense bill that includes cyber security measure
Union representing federal employees demands more action to protect workers possibly impacted by massive data breach.
Six days after two prisoners escaped from a prison in upstate New York, nearly law enforcement officers have joined the search effort.
Congress is debating legislation that would create a massive trade deal and give President Obama the authority to negotiate with pacific rim nations. Some worry the impact on the nation's seafood.