Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and a Boston terrier found emaciated and diseased at an animal breeding operation have signed legislation strengthening laws against animal cruelty and neglect
A wildfire burning through a dense Arizona forest has forced thousands of people from their homes, closed a major road and created a huge plume of smoke over the same area devastated by a blaze that killed 19 firefighters four years ago
Authorities say a man crashed his vehicle into Arkansas' new Ten Commandments early Wednesday, nearly three years after he was arrested for destroying Oklahoma's monument at its state Capitol
From The New York Times: Each June, two students are chosen as winners of the Jimmy Awards, a sort of Tonys for teenagers. Step into their high-kicking world as 74 theatrical hopefuls from around the country compete for stardom.By: By NEETI UPADHYE. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2thWJT8
Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., discusses the Senate health care bill and why it should be up for debate in the upper chamber, the cost of pharmaceuticals and violence in Chicago.
During today's briefing, White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders got into a heated exchange with Brian Karem, the Executive Editor for The Sentinel Newspapers.
A Boston police detective has been charged with lying to federal officials so he could fly armed on personal trips from Logan International Airport and allow a friend to avoid going through airport security
The Federal Reserve has given the green light to all 34 of the biggest banks in the U.S. to raise their dividends and buy back shares, judging their financial foundations as sturdy enough to withstand a major economic downturn
An Iraqi refugee living in Virginia who was accused of hiding her ties to the kidnapper of a U.S. contractor has pleaded guilty to an unrelated fraud charge
International elections experts are warning that the United States will get hit again by Russian cyberattacks if the country doesn't pay closer attention and work more closely with European allies who are also victims
Seven married couples from the same New Jersey shore town, including a rabbi and his wife, now face charges that they misrepresented their income to get a combined $2 million in public welfare benefits they weren't entitled to