Aetna is the latest health insurer to retreat from the Affordable Care Act's public exchanges.
President Obama takes a short break from his two-week vacation to attend a Hillary Clinton fundraiser.
A 40-year-old man was charged for allegedly sparking a wildfire that destroyed more than 175 homes and businesses.
A jury finds Kathleen Kane guilty of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.
Allyson Felix becomes the most decorated American woman in track-and-field history despite missing on gold.
President Obama urged Democrats not to grow too confident about their prospects in the 2016 election.
The transfer of 15 detainees to the United Arab Emirates is the single largest during the Obama administration.
Mayor Tom Barrett says certain groups of young people intentionally stirred unrest after police fatally shot a black man.
No Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S., he said, in the eight years before President Obama took office.
The candidate vows to block those who sympathize with extremist groups or don’t embrace American values from entering the country.
The VP joins Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for the first time on the campaign trail.
Efforts are underway to convince President Obama to designate additional national monuments in his remaining days in office.
The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board is getting tired of the Republican nominee’s anti-media tirades.
Nearly 70 percent of followers had just "basic" knowledge of Shariah — some even bought "The Koran for Dummies," documents show.
A Muslim advocacy group plans to announce a reward for information leading to an arrest.
Republican leaders have begun openly contemplating turning their backs on him to prevent election losses.
In an upcoming speech, he will outline a new immigrant screening policy and argue for what he calls "foreign policy realism."
The president is set to headline a fundraising reception on Martha's Vineyard, where he's been relaxing with his family.