It was reported that Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, a prominent ISIS leader, has been killed in Aleppo in Syria.
Races in the Sunshine State will have major implications for control of Congress and the political direction of the nation.
An official said that documents would be made public in response to Freedom of Information Act requests.
The teenage victim in the high-profile rape case at St. Paul's School revealed her identity on national TV.
Gov. Paul LePage lost his temper when he was told that state Rep. Drew Gattine had described his views as racist.
As the candidate reaffirms his commitment to a campaign centerpiece, what exactly it will look like becomes clouded.
For many Muslim Americans, there's never been a more important time to get out the vote.
The GOP nominee joins the vocal reaction to Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem.
Sens. John McCain and Marco Rubio are vying for Republican primary voters in Arizona and Florida.
Regulators rule that Ireland granted illegal tax benefits to the U.S. tech giant and must now recover the unpaid back taxes.
The 41-year-old aide, cast into the spotlight as a wronged political wife, has won plaudits for savvy, loyalty, and glamorous style.
The goal of the bill is to support victims and change the culture on campuses to prevent future crimes.
For over five years, the GOP nominee attacked the disgraced ex-congressman via social media.
The Pentagon pushes Turkey to "stay focused" and not engage in clashes that distract from the battle against ISIS.
The famed director joins other stars in paying tribute to "one of the truly great talents of our time."
More than 35,000 people died in U.S. crashes last year, a 7 percent increase that runs counter to a five-decade trend of declining fatalities.
The social media giant revamps its popular "Trending" section to lessen the influence of humans.
Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit during the national anthem is objectionable but within his rights, the White House says.
The frizzy-haired actor was a master at playing panicked characters in classics like "Young Frankenstein."
The Libertarian presidential candidate needs to reach at least 15 percent in an average of five national polls.