Richard Anthony Sepolio's pickup plunged off a San Diego bridge, killing four people and injuring nine at a festival below.
Although Trump supporters are fully committed, the positives for Clinton are striking, Republican strategies say.
Howard Stern, who supports Hillary Clinton, doesn't plan to replay shows featuring Donald Trump discussing his sexual exploits.
The Indiana governor says his running mate's complaint reflects fatigue with the "obvious bias" in the national media.
Hillary Clinton condemned the North Carolina incident, while Donald Trump quickly assigned blame to "animals representing" Clinton.
Two astronauts will spend a month in orbit as part of China's plan to eventually operate a permanent manned space station.
A local Republican office in North Carolina was damaged by fire, and someone spray-painted a disturbing note on a nearby wall.
The offensive to retake Mosul could be one of the biggest military operations in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.
A leaked transcript of a Q&A with Goldman Sachs includes a funny anecdote about Warren Buffett's view of investment tools.
Vladimir Putin shrugs off Washington's contention that Russian cyberattacks are aimed at influencing the U.S. election.
The figure released represents one piece of the overall picture of how the powerful storm affected the state.
Although Trump disagrees, evidence suggests that Russia is behind email hacks targeting the Democratic Party.
“The idea that every victim should be believed? That’s nonsense,” he said of the alleged sexual assaults.
The GOP presidential nominee says Alec Baldwin's portrayal of him "stinks" and that the show should end.
Three decades ago as the owner of a USFL team, Trump led a group that sued the NFL. Today, his impact is different.
The Navy says there may have been a missile attack from Yemen on a group of American warships.
Three speech transcripts don't contain any bombshells but do show she generally avoided directly criticizing Wall Street.
Multiple missiles were fired at a Navy destroyer sailing in international waters in the Red Sea, but the ship took countermeasures to defend itself.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the U.S. citizens were freed as part of a complicated diplomatic arrangement.
Pyongyang's test launch of an intermediate ballistic missile failed, but U.S. concerns about North Korea are growing.