The militant group pioneered brutal tactics and attacks, and it may have surprises in store as Iraqi forces close in.
The deaths occurred on a river rapids ride at the Dreamworld theme park on Australia's Gold Coast.
It's not necessarily because they like her, but it's nevertheless a sign of strength for the Democratic nominee.
A black Mississippi teen says as many as four white students placed a noose on him during a high-school football practice.
President Obama trolls Republican nominee Donald Trump during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Gunmen storm a police training center in the restive Baluchistan province and detonate explosive vests, authorities say.
Before subsidies, premiums for a midlevel benchmark plan are expected to increase 25 percent on average.
She promises to fight for campaign finance reform, but her campaign aggressively exploits current election law, hacked emails show.
Kathleen Kane was accused of illegally disclosing investigation details and lying under oath.
Outrage grows after military veterans are ordered to give back reenlistment benefits awarded a decade ago.
At a rally for Hillary Clinton, Sen. Elizabeth Warren mocks Donald Trump with his own words.
The payment was made for hurricane damage to Mar-a-Lago, but there has been little evidence large-scale repairs were needed.
Pregnancy later in life increases stroke risk, the thinking went, but a new study indicates younger pregnant women are more at risk.
The program covers more than 70 million and has shed much disapproval, but the next president may have a big effect on it.
The candidate has turned to criticizing polls as ineffective and "rigged" now that most show Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead.
The VP nominee says his running mate would quickly ask Congress for fresh legal authority to attack ISIS and other terrorist groups.
Despite legalization in some states, pot use among adolescents and young adults has remained steady.
Marsha Blackburn, of Tennessee, tells Katie Couric what she thinks Donald Trump could do to advance his campaign.
A decade ago, founder Julian Assange asked what would happen if a political party had all its data exposed to public scrutiny.
The spread features an alphabetized tally of the victims of the candidate's caustic social-media bombardments.