Drugmakers have adopted a 50-state strategy to weaken measures that would curtail prescription painkiller use.
The "People v. O.J. Simpson" takes home a slew of awards, while "Game of Thrones" nabs Outstanding Drama.
The Democratic nominee says investigations are still ongoing with the explosions in New York and New Jersey and the stabbings in Minnesota.
Air raids hit rebel areas of Aleppo a day after an errant U.S.-led strike killed dozens of government troops, upsetting Moscow and Damascus.
The Trump campaign fanned out across the airwaves Sunday, insisting the “birther” issue was put to rest long ago.
"I think that what Donald did was perfectly appropriate," the New Jersey governor says.
The VP nominee says that, unlike his running mate, he wouldn't classifying some Trump supporters as "irredeemable."
The Cuban-American community in the state has long been a Republican bedrock, but that may be changing.
The current Republican vice presidential nominee says he holds the often-controversial Dick Cheney in "really high regard."
World leaders will grapple with the conflict, now in its sixth year, and the largest influx of refugees since World War II.
The suspected attacker is shot dead during an incident in St. Cloud, Minn., police say.
The president makes a stern push for the African-American community to turn out for the election.
The GOP presidential candidate made the announcement during a Colorado rally before any confirmation from official sources.
U.S. officials said an airstrike on Islamic militants may have hit Syrian military positions.
The Democratic presidential candidate’s campaign has deployed the party’s most popular surrogates to college campuses in swing states.
The 57-year-old Republican vice presidential nominee has released a letter vouching for his "excellent" health.
Russia suggests Washington isn't prepared to break with "terrorist elements" fighting Syria's Assad.
With the race tightening, she is shifting her attention from attacks on her opponent to articulating her vision for the country.
Robert Gates critiqued both candidates but blasted Donald Trump as being "unqualified and unfit to be commander-in-chief."
Donald Trump is brazenly betting that voters now settling on their choice for president are willing to shove aside his behavior.