Geraldo Rivera penned an apology for backing former Fox News's Roger Ailes against sexual harassment allegations.
South Korean officials say Pyongyang may have detonated its fifth atomic device after monitors detect a 5.0-magnitude quake.
A Texas business sparks intense outrage for a commercial promoting its "Twin Tower sale."
The Democratic nominee and her supporters believe she is judged more harshly than Donald Trump.
Prosecutors will not pursue another case against Bob McDonnell after his corruption conviction was overturned.
The ex-Minnesota governor says he could win the presidency if he were allowed to debate the two candidates.
Federal prosecutors charge two North Carolina men in connection with a hacking network that allegedly targeted John Brennan.
A female student died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound after shooting and injuring another student.
After the attacks, Americans were told they faced a generation-long struggle.
Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger endured "the worst nine months of his life" after making the successful landing, Tom Hanks says.
Wiping out the large advantage Republicans currently enjoy will be challenging, but no longer unthinkable.
Alberto Gonzales believes the next 9/11-type attack on our home soil could likely involve an American citizen.
The Democratic nominee ends her media standoff and blasts Donald Trump for his praise of Vladimir Putin.
The “Today” show host spent too much time on Clinton’s emails and lobbed softball questions at Trump, critics say.
"He's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. We have a divided country," Trump said.
The former QB was able to hit a baseball pretty far, and that’s something for him to build on.
Gary Johnson appears unfamiliar with the epicenter of the Syrian conflict when questioned on a talk show.
Even as millennials overtake their parents and grandparents as a share of the electorate, we’re stuck with two more aging boomers.
The GOP nominee says America's generals have been "reduced to rubble" and suggests he'd fire some of them if he's elected.
The Democratic nominee insists none of the messages she sent or received on her private account were deemed "Top Secret."