Authorities still lack a clear picture of the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Donald Trump thinks he’ll make America great again. But before that happens, investors may have to absorb a gut punch
Sixty-two countries have adopted the landmark climate change deal, which takes effect in 30 days.
The Republican presidential nominee praises Mike Pence's debate performance, and then commends his own good judgment.
The 51-year-old employee allegedly took the material and stored it in his house and car, the Justice Department claims.
The 43-year-old suspect, who reportedly has ties to jihadists, is in custody after stabbing two officers and breaking another’s nose.
The singer says she's living proof that breast cancer checks can keep the disease at bay.
Bill Ford Jr. rejects the GOP presidential nominee's extensive criticism of the automaker's investments in Mexico.
On the heels of SpaceX announcing its ambitious plan, Boeing's CEO ups the ante with a bold prediction.
Antonio Pelle, one of Italy's most wanted Mafia fugitives, surrenders to at least two dozen police officers.
The GOP nominee criticizes the Democratic VP choice for his performance in Tuesday’s debate against Mike Pence.
Judging by what both vice presidential candidates said, it’s unlikely the U.S. will disentangle itself from Syria.
Fatal roadway accidents in the U.S. jumped an alarming 10.4 percent in the first six months this year, according to the NHTSA.
The $6.5 million TV campaign is geared toward two voting blocs that have shown little support for the candidate.
Eric Trump responds to a reporter’s repeated questions concerning his dad's growing federal income tax controversy.
He wasn't on the debate stage, but Tuesday night's vice-presidential showdown was all about Donald Trump.
The two devout VP candidates have a frank discussion about abortion, capital punishment and the role of faith in public life.
The vice-presidential candidates talked over each other in a way that at times was impossible for viewers to follow.
Mike Pence misspeaks about the national debt, while Tim Kaine's Ronald Reagan comparison falls flat.