An odd pinging noise is emanating from the seafloor off one of Canada's northernmost territories, puzzling officials.
The candidates made a combined nine stops in battleground states on the last day of campaigning before the election.
Katie Couric and Matt Bai host Yahoo coverage as the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is decided.
Was the behavior in the Clinton-Trump clash an exception, experts ask, or have the rules permanently changed?
Here's everything you need to know about every important race that isn’t Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton.
The board of the Federal Drug Agents Foundation includes three members with extensive ties to the GOP candidate.
Trump hails the Patriots quarterback's support, then reads a flattering letter he said Pats coach Bill Belichick had given him.
Authorities find another body on the land of a man linked to seven deaths and the kidnapping of a woman found inside a storage container.
Google, Facebook, and even the car-sharing service Zipcar are ramping up efforts to help people get to the polls.
The presidential candidates have contrasting visions, particularly when it comes to jobs and climate change.
The most important takeaway from 18 months of campaigning is this: Too many Americans are falling too far behind.
The Supreme Court takes on a case that could affect agency nominations at the center of partisan political fights.
Derek Coleman is one of the medics tending to the many wounded on the frontlines of Iraq's battle against ISIS.
Shane Kimbrough wasn't going to let a four-month mission at the International Space Station deter him from taking part.
The 22-year-old is on trial for fatally shooting nine black parishioners at a Charleston, S.C., church last year.
Babies born after 37 weeks are considered full term, but a study shows those born at 37 weeks are more likely to have developmental problems.
Hillary Clinton is holding on to a slight lead over Donald Trump in the race for the White House, according to a wide range of polls.
The candidate dials back on attacks against Trump to emphasize "the kind of country we want for our children."
"If they ... told me that they were [attempting political payback], I would have remembered," says the N.J. governor.