The Obama administration is setting the stage for the next administration to be able to take over its digital machine.
"I'll neither defend nor criticize" James Comey's decision to announce the probe, the president's spokesman says.
After leaked emails suggest Donna Brazile provided debate questions to Hillary Clinton, the network accepts the contributor’s resignation.
Marijuana merchants many banks aren't willing to take their money, so they must settle for less secure options.
Aides are hoping last-minute visits to blue-leaning states may resonate with voters turned off by Hillary Clinton’s scandals.
Clinton remains a huge favorite, but the odds that her party will sweep the House and Senate have fallen.
Human Rights Watch accused officials of sexually exploiting women and girls living in camps in the war-torn northeast.
Tiny Crystal, Minn., bucks conventional policy by paying $13 million in cash from its reserves to pay for a new public building.
In a move that signals a widening crackdown on dissenting voices, Turkish police detain staff from the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper.
According to New York's editor in chief, the latest cover can be interpreted in several different ways.
The host took Anthony Weiner to task over his involvement in the latest development in the Clinton investigation.
ISIS defense lines are penetrated in an eastern suburb as the crucial fight penetrates the city limits for the first time.
Prosecutors in the Bill Cosby case hope the testimony can paint a picture of a man who drugged and molested women over five decades.
High-profile tech entrepreneurs are launching a new campaign to highlight the Republican candidate's "negative values."
The much-maligned Chevy Express Cargo Van earns a higher score from car buyers than Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
While the number of women getting the procedure is declining overall, many are opting for medicine over surgery.
Michael Vance, who allegedly killed two relatives and wounded two police officers, was shot dead by police.
In a statement, Sen. Harry Reid blasts James Comey for renewing a probe of Clinton-related emails just days before the election.
The agency was aware of the existence of the emails well before the FBI chief was briefed about them, officials say.
The agency obtains a warrant to begin examining emails on a computer used by Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, an official says.