One of three people who survived the Charleston church shooting testifies about the deadly rampage.
“Eliminating a federal agency is almost impossible,” one historian told Yahoo News.
The president-elect hosts several of Silicon Valley’s top executives at Trump Tower and assures them that he wants innovation to continue.
The Federal Reserve’s move, just the second in a decade, should affect borrows more than savers.
The widely expected move follows strengthening economic reports and signals from officials.
Thirteen women who have made accusations against Bill Cosby should be allowed to testify, the prosecution says at a hearing.
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Dangerous accidents have been occurring with increasing frequency as the use of e-cigarettes climbs.
The president-elect’s visit with the celeb was a crafty move to distract from his secretary of state pick, the ex-governor contends.
The National Weather Service issues a wind chill advisory for all of three states and parts of seven others.
Craig Newmark gives $1 million to a nonprofit journalism school because "I want news I can trust."
Being denied an abortion was shown to be more harmful to a woman's mental health than actually getting one, according to new research.
Let’s face it. Every year, tech is the No. 1 most desired category of gifts—but the juiciest kinds are expensive. You’re not going to give anyone a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or gaming console unless it’s your kid, parent, or significant other.
Rodrigo Duterte admits to patrolling the streets on a motorcycle while he was mayor of a southern city.
Trump's tech meeting could be one of the more awkward sit-downs in recent U.S. political history.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn "inappropriately shared" classified information with foreign military officers, the Washington Post reports.
Here's what you can expect if you are worried about what the increase in the Fed funds rate means for your bank account, car loan, mortgage or even your credit card.
The president-elect opens himself up to blame for a potential attack on the U.S. if he doesn't receive more regular briefings, Leon Panetta says.
Shelling and gunfire have resumed in the Syrian city despite a truce deal between the government and rebel forces.
A few Southern and Midwestern cities have a strong showing with the revival of the U.S. auto industry.