The House Foreign Affairs Committee hears from the State Department on how the talks with Iran are progressing.
A slight increase in those filing jobless claims.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla begin a four day visit to the United States with several stops around Washington, D.C.
SAE announces plan to combat racism as fraternity scandals continue to unfold.
What does Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection mean for U.S.-Israeli relations?
Distracted driving is at an all-time high among young drivers according to a study of 3,000 teenage drivers.
Social interaction, self-sufficiency and finding work can be a huge challenge for people living with developmental disabilities. A unique hospital program is working to tear down some of those barriers.
Despite polls favoring his opponent, it appears that Benjamin Netanyahu will remain Israel's Prime Minister, and some of his views worry the U.S.
New Safe Kids Worldwide report finds toddlers and teens most at risk for medical poisoning.
Kraft announces a major recall of its macaroni and cheese products.
Secret Service Director Joe Clancy faces questions over latest misconduct allegations against his staff.
American healthcare worker being treated for Ebola at National Institutes of Health now in critical condition.
Tuesday's testimony in the Boston Marathon bombing trial focused on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's capture.
The results in the Israeli election could change the way the Obama Administration deals with a key ally opposed to Iran nuclear negotiations.
St. Patrick's Day is one of the few holidays without gifts, so we think it comes cheap: right? Wrong.
The White House announced a significant drop in the number of uninsured Americans.
Rent in New York has gone up 50-percent over the past five years.
Man arrested in Ferguson, Missouri shooting that wounded two police officers claims they weren't the target.
Withdrawal of 10,000 U.S. troops from Afghanistan may be delayed until next year.
Real Estate heir Robert Durst arrested in connection to 2000 murder, one day before apparent confession airs as part of HBO documentary.
Potential 2011 filers have just one more month to claim their refunds which the IRS estimates to be more than one billion dollars in unclaimed benefits.
Suspect claims wounded officers weren't hit targets.
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The listeria outbreak likely responsible for three deaths in the past year has been potentially linked to Blue Bell Creameries ice cream products. The company issued a recall, but said many of its other products are not affected.
Another political hurdle in the confirmation of Loretta Lynch as the next Attorney General.
Pope Francis says he expects his papacy to be a brief one.
Social media has given new breath to a form of punishment that hasn't been formally used in over a century: public shaming.
Manhunt for suspects in police shooting continues; protests expected to continue.
American healthcare worker infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone arrives at National Institutes of Health for Treatment.
Are you noticing you're paying more at the pharmacy? Analysts say it may be just the beginning, especially for specialty medications.
Residents of Ferguson, Missouri hold peaceful prayer vigil in wake of police shooting.
Two Secret Service agents crashed into White House security barrier after allegedly drinking at retirement party.
Two officers shot outside of Ferguson police headquarters during overnight demonstration.
Crews continue to search for remains of 11 service members lost in helicopter crash off the Florida coast.
Bobbi Doughty, the caretaker who allowed three young children to play alone in a Sprague, Washington park before one was snatched by a stranger, speaks about the case.
A new report suggests that American millennials have more to learn before they're ready to run the world.
So far, the IRS has paid out more than $125 billion in tax refunds.
The new campaign urges parents not to give up if their kids protest putting on a seatbelt.
Two police officers were struck by gunfire overnight when shots rang out during demonstrations outside of Ferguson Police headquarters.
Two police officers are in serious condition after they were shot outside of Ferguson, Missouri police headquarters early Thursday morning.
Still awaiting your tax refund from 2011?
A just-released survey says over the past five years, half of car owners said potholes damaged their car.
Powdered alcohol, called Palcohol, could be on store shelves soon.
30 states are now seeing only minimal flu activity.
Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter testify at Senate hearing on the President's request for authorization to use force against ISIS.
Testimony in trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev focuses on MIT police officer killed during manhunt.
Seven marines and four National Guard helicopter crew members are missing and presumed dead after a crash off the Florida coast.
The hacking of the state department e-mail system, over the past year, is the "worst ever" against a government agency.
Ferguson, Missouri's city manager resigns in wake of scathing Department of Justice report.
Four soldiers and seven Marines are missing and presumed dead following a helicopter crash near Florida's Eglin Air Base.