The Hubble Space Telescope captured the image, made public this week by NASA and the European Space Agency.
The White House is set to send legislation to congress that would authorize the military mission against ISIS.
A panel of lawmakers is set to ask the nation's top health experts why measles is spreading so fast and what can be done about it.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel discusses Ukraine peace talks during White House visit.
About 85-percent of those cases can be linked to the Disneyland outbreak, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
44 states along with DC and the Virgin islands participating in Powerball.
Drunk driving is down, but impaired drivers are still getting behind the wheel.
Those who do not have health insurance face financial penalties.
President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are expected to talk ISIS strategy at the White House.
New report shows 2014 saw more jobs created than any other year since 1999.
ISIS claims an American aid worker taken hostage in Syria has been killed in a Jordanian airstrike.
Valentine's day didn't come early this year but it does have something to do with hearts.
The U.S. has wrapped up two wars, but is being pushed into more conflicts this morning.
Big money is up for grabs this weekend as the Powerball Jackpot reaches it's second largest total in nearly a year.
The U.S. economy added 257,000 jobs in January, adding to the gains from last year, which was the best for job growth since 1999.
Personal data from as many as 80 million customers of the nation's second largest insurance company may have been compromised in hacking attack.
The Labor Department reports today and the requests for jobless benefits rose 11,000 to a seasonally adjusted 278,000.
The King of Jordan met with the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday afternoon before heading over to the White House.
The stolen information includes names, birthdays, medical ID's, social security numbers, street addresses, e-mail addresses and employment information.
In an e-mail to employees, Dr. Margaret Hamburg said she would leave her post at the end of March.
National Transportation Safety Board investigates New York commuter train crash that killed six and wounded a dozen more.
Some of the best states that control bullying include Oklahoma and New Mexico.
AT&T is ready to sue the FCC if it makes high-speed internet a public utility.
The college gradation gap between rich and poor students has doubled over the past 40 years.
States have different policies that allow some parents to opt out of vaccinations.
Commuter train collides with car on the tracks near Valhalla, New York.
International team identifies planet outside our solar system that rivals that of the famous ringed planet Saturn.
Sends the bill to the Senate
The Vatican says the Pontiff will chat with special needs children from Brazil, India, Spain and the United States.
Some top US retailers are under fire for selling bogus herbal supplements.
Second novel from "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee will be published this summer.
Measles outbreak exposes a political rift over personal rights and public safety.
Study finds herbal supplements sold at major retailers don't contain any of the herbs listed as ingredients.
Politicians and pediatricians weigh in on vaccines amid measles outbreak.
Super Bowl 49 made history Sunday night.
Huge storm dumps snow on a large swath of the U.S. snarling travel from the Midwest to Northeast.
President Obama comments on his 2016 budget proposal.
President Obama will expect some push back from Republican lawmakers, but maybe not as much as he thought.
More money for roads and for some higher taxes.
A measles outbreak that began at Disneyland has now spread to 14 states.
Excitement builds as the big game draws near.
Mitt Romney tells supporters he won't run for President again.
29-year-old Libyan Haji Mohamed is a naturalized US citizen born in Somalia.
Mitt Romney says he will not seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
With ticket prices hovering around $8,000 per seat, who can afford to attend the game?
As the Super Bowl draws near, health officials are keeping a close eye on a measles outbreak that has now reaches Arizona.
Jury hears opening statements in murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
The finishing touches are being put on the field ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to change the definition of broadband to connection speeds of 25 megabits per second or higher.
17 astronauts who were killed in the line of duty were remembered today at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.