The last minutes of Jose Santos Amaya Guardado’s young life were hell.
The surge of refugees fleeing Syria and other war-torn regions is putting immense pressure not only on Europe but also the United States, as the Obama administration faces...
Newly surfaced emails show the Clinton Foundation asked the State Department about proceeding with two presumably paid speeches for former President Bill Clinton in North Korea...
STATE AND LOCAL
Hurricane Katrina, one of the most punishing storms to ever hit the United States, left billions of dollars in damage and a battered landscape ripe for con-artists looking to...
The narrowly averted tragedy on a Paris-bound train, where Americans helped take down an AK-47-wielding gunman, is being seen as a "wake-up call" for U.S. rail security.
Three years after President Obama’s infamous “red line” threat to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, charges of chemical weapons use inside the war-torn country persist -- in...
Someone call Dunder Mifflin: Several states are reporting a paper crisis, after an Ohio company that produces highly specialized paper for vital records closed without warning.
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee doesn’t care how cold it gets in Iowa next winter – he wants the faithful to bundle up and vote for him.
State and Local
A former District of Columbia official brought in to help straighten out mismanagement at the Department of Public Works is suing the city, claiming he was harassed,...
An untold number of rape cases -- by some estimates, in the hundreds of thousands -- remain unsolved because the rape kits used to collect critical evidence sit untested and...