Veterans day ceremonies take place across the country.
Big changes are headed to the VA.
Dr. Craig Spencer leaves New York City's Bellevue Hospital after overcoming the Ebola virus.
Restaurants across the country are offering deals- most require proof of military service and are dine in only.
New Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald announces major changes aimed at improving medical services for veterans.
Snow storms and frigid temperatures take hold in several states.
According to an official, criminals broke into a computer system and stole the personal data for 750,000 employees and retirees.
President Obama heads overseas as lawmakers back in Washington try to hammer out an agenda they can all agree on.
Enrollment for next year doesn't begin until November 15th.
It's part of a ceremony for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, which happened while president bush was in office.
If approved, $5.6-billion will be allocated in the war against ISIS.
There was no alcohol or illegal drugs involved, the coroner's office said in a statement released Friday.
Once again, the nation's highest court will determine if the Affordable Care Act lives or dies.
The median family income in the United States has fallen back to 1995 levels.
The 21 day monitoring period for 177 people exposed to Ebola patients in Dallas ends today.
President Obama invites Congressional leaders to the White House to discuss their path forward in the wake of the GOP victories on Election Day.
"Fast casual" restaurants are rapidly replacing fast food as the quick dining destinations of choice.
U.S. Appeals Court upholds same-sex marriage bans in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee; plaintiffs vow to take fight to U.S. Supreme Court.
Robert O'Neil, the former Navy Seal who claims he shot Osama Bin Laden, speaks in Tennessee.
Kidnapping victim Carlesha Freeland-Gaither returns home, days after being snatched off of a Philadelphia sidewalk.
Republican leaders outline their plans after taking control of Congress.
The national preterm birth rate was just over 11-percent in 2013, meeting the government's goal seven years early.
The unemployment rate is now 5.9%.
Family says Jillian McCabe was struggling with mental health issues prior to tossing her 6-year-old son off Oregon bridge.
What could be a rare Picasso sketchbook found in unclaimed safety deposit box will soon hit the auction block.
Former NFL Cheerleader accused of sex with teen.
Carlesha Freeland-Gaither found alive, days after being snatched from Philadelphia street.
President Obama is planning to meet with House Majority Leader John Boehner and the new Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to try and find common ground.
An Army spokesman said the racial definitions in the section are "outdated, currently under review, and will be updated shortly."
Members of Congress are eligible for a pension after just five years in office, so that means senators qualify for one after a single six-year term.
After Republicans gain majority control in the Senate, President Obama vows to continue to push his agenda.
The telephone survey of more than 1,000 adults is being released by AT&T as part of an anti-texting-and-driving campaign.
New research suggests media violence has no impact on violent acts in society.
You could pay "twice" as much to fly the Sunday after turkey day.
Senate victories put GOP in control of both chambers of Congress.
The midterm elections have been rough on Democrats. But they did well on one key issue they've been championing for months, a higher minimum wage.
Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson pleads no contest to misdemeanor reckless assault after spanking son with switch.
Police say accused cop killer Eric Frein managed to stay online during his weeks on the run in the wilderness using a laptop and WiFi.
The National Sleep Foundation is also asking state legislators to evaluate their current laws and enforcement on drowsy driving.
Polls open in the crucial midterm elections.
Tight races keep candidates busy on Election Day.
Candidates work to get out the vote on the eve of Election Day.
The death of 29-year-old cancer patient Brittany Maynard has brought new attention to end of life decisions, and the discussions patients should have with their doctors and family.
The estate of Author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sued for licensing fees that had not been paid by publishers currently putting out Sherlock Holmes stories.
Despite an improving job market and low interest rates, the share of first-time home buyers has fallen to its lowest point in nearly three decades.
An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows that by a 4-to-1 margin, domestic issues like the economy, health care, medicare and social security are more important to determining the votes of Americans than issues like Ebola and ISIS.
Evidence suggests a combination of pilot and mechanical error led to crash of SpaceShipTwo.
Business owners in northeastern Pennsylvania say the extended manhunt for fugitive Eric Frein took a toll on their bottom line.
Storms packing snow, rain, and wind deliver an early taste of winter.
Dana Bash reports on candidates' final campaign push for midterm elections