A federal judge says he may order Democratic Presidential front runner Hillary Clinton to testify under oath about whether she used a private email server as secretary of state to subvert public records laws
Congressional Republicans are saying little about Donald Trump a day after the billionaire TV personality was all but anointed as their party's presidential candidate
She and husband Carl Dean are marrying again for their 50th anniversary.
Senior Trump advisers said the road to a victory in November began today.
The SEAL killed was part of a rescue force.
Some 260 women lawmakers from more than 60 countries have come together to find ways to close a global gender gap in politics more quickly
Two North American river otter pups at the Buffalo Zoo in New York have been named Luke and Leia in honor of "Star Wars" Day, the zoo announced today.
Rumer Willis says those who feel the need to digitally edit her photos in an effort to improve her looks are participating in a "form of bullying."
The airbags are prone to rupture, spewing metal shrapnel into the cab.
Young Syrians don’t necessarily join extremist groups like ISIS because they believe in their radical ideas, according to a new study by International Alert.
Retiring South Korean great Se Ri Pak has received a special exemption from the U.S. Golf Association to play in the U.S. Women's Open
Three Republican congressmen from Illinois are urging the chief executive officer of the Chicago-based Boeing to put patriotism ahead of profits and not sell aircraft to Iran
Pearl Love, a transgender woman living in New York City, said she is hoping to "raise awareness about the daily violence trans people face" through sharing the video.
Sanders’ win shows Clinton still has a long road ahead.
The suspect in the abduction and killing of an 11-year-old girl on the Navajo Nation is expected to make a court appearance on Wednesday
A Kenyan hospital official says a baby who survived for nearly four days under the debris of a collapsed building is out of danger
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She underwent a face transplant five years ago.
The Wolbachia bacteria may help stop the spread of the Zika virus.
"There's been very significant destruction," official says.
Whole Foods sales decline at established locations as chains faces intensifying competition
Sporadic violence persists in Aleppo as U.S. officials announce an agreement with Russia to extend Syria's fragile cease-fire to the deeply contested northern city
No one wants to be elected in Newsoms, Virginia.
The North Carolina law has been controversial from the beginning.
Chanting protesters are rallying across the street from a Flint high school where President Barack Obama is scheduled to talk about the city's lead-tainted water crisis
The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and The Who have an October date to play Coachella
The star opens up before Mother Day about why he loves his acclaimed wife.
The United States and Russia have convinced Syria's government and moderate rebels to extend the country's fragile truce to the northern city of Aleppo, although sporadic clashes continue, U.S. officials say
A senior U.S. military officer says the Navy SEAL killed during a firefight in Iraq Tuesday was part of a quick reaction force that was moving to the aid of American advisers who came under attack
In Hong Kong kerfuffle, state-run paper criticizes U.S.'s "series of tricks."