Mick Jagger is getting Grammy love this year, but it's not for his music: It's for his film producing
Wind chills in this cold can bring on frostbite in as little as 10 minutes.
The nation's only ban on meatpackers owning hogs has ended due to a new Nebraska law that allows processers to own the animals from birth to slaughter
Israel's foreign ministry says relations with the European Union are "close and friendly" again after tensions rose last year over the bloc's decision to label West Bank exports
Elizabeth Hunt Burrett was breastfeeding her 13-week-old son.
"I can’t wait to get to Michigan," the Ohio governor told reporters in South Carolina.
A rebound in bank shares and energy companies lifts US shares after 5 straight down days
Police said the school is now safe.
An attorney for Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy says he's been told no decision will be made until next week on charges over a Philadelphia nightclub brawl that left two off-duty police officers injured
Numerous police and fire units descended on a high school in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale, and local media are reporting there has been a shooting on campus
Firefighters have contained a massive warehouse fire in central New Jersey that burned out of control for nearly 20 hours and generated enough smoke to be detected by weather radar and force some school closures
After landing the sole copy of Wu-Tang Clan's "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin," ex-pharmaceutical chief Shkreli continues his music quest
The Latest: Dwyane Wade and the sock company Stance hosted a Spades tournament on Thursday night and the card game was attended by plenty of current and former players, including Carmelo Anthony and Allen Iverson
A federal judge in New Jersey has rejected the appeal of a Philadelphia man serving more than three decades in prison after he was convicted of scheming to kill soldiers at Fort Dix
The president is not a fan of selfies.
The independent investigation into allegations of match-fixing and corruption in tennis will take at least a year, the sport's four governing bodies said Friday
Zika virus has spread throughout the Americas.
A refueling van has struck a plane at Boston's Logan airport, damaging the jet but causing no injuries to the passengers
Missing Canada man assumed dead recovers memories, to reunite with family after 30 years
Energy companies behind the Atlantic Coast Pipeline have carved a new proposed route through parts of West Virginia and Virginia in response to federal concerns about the national gas pipeline's initial path through sensitive national forest areas
West Virginia will become the 26th so-called "right-to-work" state after lawmakers in its legislature overrode their governor's veto
Classes and weekend activities have been canceled at Ursinus College in eastern Pennsylvania as the school deals with a mystery illness that has sickened 192 students
Federal officials have charged a suburban Detroit restaurant owner and his wife with harboring immigrants who were in the U.S. without legal permission after five of his employees died in a house fire
An animal advocacy group has withdrawn its protest against a New Hampshire winter carnival event billed as a "Greased Pig on Ice" after learning the act features a man on skates wearing a pig costume
There will soon be a new way to see how popular you are on Instagram.
Tony Stewart shows he's up and walking by live streaming himself on a treadmill
Nigeria's army is freeing 267 detainees found to have no links to the Boko Haram Islamic extremists including 72 minors, some looking no more than 3 years old
From a decline in arrests to the number of visitors, Mayor Mitch Landrieu is hailing the Carnival season in New Orleans as a success
This Valentine's Day, there's a good chance your flowers came from Kenya
A suburban Atlanta police department is mourning the death of one of its officers, gunned down as he helped other officers serve a 'no knock' warrant in a drug case