Former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday forcefully pushed back against criticism that he is naïve to think Democrats can work with Republicans in Congress after President Donald Trump leaves office.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell strongly pushed back Monday against Jon Stewart following the comedian's complaints that the senator has not dealt "compassionately" with the health problems 9/11 responders have faced in the years following the terrorist attack.
The Supreme Court on Monday wiped away a ruling that went against a bakery in Oregon that refused to make a cake to celebrate the wedding for a same-sex couple.
Former late night host and 9/11 first responders advocate Jon Stewart said Sunday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has never been compassionate in his congressional dealings when it comes to passing health care packages for first responders.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that the United States is "considering a full range of options" regarding rising tensions with Iran, including military options, but emphasized that President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to go to war.
With obligations surrounding kids, partners and work, sometimes it's hard to get away -- actually, it's hard pretty much all of the time. But fortunately, the one day a year that it's dad's turn to cut loose has come around again, so you can afford to go a bit crazy.
More than a year after his release from prison, OJ Simpson launched a new Twitter account Friday night with a selfie video in which he says he's "got a little getting even to do."
Nathan Nickerson III almost couldn't believe his eyes when he saw an unexpected pop of color in his seafood shipment earlier this week.
NASA has touted its bold plan to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024 for months. Now we're starting to get an idea of how much it will cost.
BREAKING: White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will leave her position at the end of the month, capping a tumultuous tenure as the President's chief spokeswoman in which she largely redefined the position.
When Adam Gerle went to work one morning this week, he was thrilled to finally find a parcel with a frozen big toe in it.
Progressive Democrats cheered when House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal agreed to hold a hearing on universal health care coverage.
The US Postal Service on Wednesday issued a commemorative "Forever" stamp for former President George H.W. Bush, rolling out the new stamp on what would have been the late President's 95th birthday.
A House panel passed a bill Wednesday to authorize additional funding for the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund until 2090, one day after comedian Jon Stewart sharply criticized members of Congress for not attending a subcommittee hearing on the issue and gave an emotional plea to extend the funding.
Joe Biden said Tuesday that he had not reversed his long-held position in favor of a measure that bans federal funds from being used for most abortions as a matter of political expediency.
Build-A-Bear is bringing back its popular "pay your age" promotion. But after the chaos it created last time, they've got a plan to help control crowd size.
Former late night host and 9/11 first responders advocate Jon Stewart choked up Tuesday while slamming Congress over health care for responders to the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Cody Barlow posted a public photo of the tailgate on social media on Thursday, but said he didn't expect much fanfare outside of friends or family. But as of Monday evening, his Facebook post has nearly 130,000 reactions and more than 75,000 shares from people around the world, even drawing the attention of CNN.
Brig. Gen. Laura Yeager is set to make history as she becomes the first woman to lead a US Army Infantry division.
Attorney General William Barr's review of the origins of the 2016 Russia investigation and surveillance issues surrounding President Donald Trump's campaign will be "broad in scope and multifaceted," examining actions by US and foreign intelligence agencies, "as well as non-governmental organizations and individuals."
At least one person was killed in a helicopter crash on the roof of a building in Manhattan, according to law enforcement officials.
America's top retailers are trying to outmatch each other with new employee benefits to attract workers as unemployment hovers near its lowest level in decades.
A former captain for the University of Florida football team was arrested and charged with murder on Saturday, making him the second player from that team to be accused of murder.
Samuel Little, the California inmate who claims to be one of the most prolific serial killers in US history, has been linked to 60 deaths, a Texas prosecutor said Friday.
The University of Alabama returned $21.5 million Friday to a donor who urged students to boycott over the state's recently passed abortion ban.
Whoa... A swarm of ladybugs was so large in Southern California it was picked up on the National Weather Service radar!
President Donald Trump said tariffs on Mexican goods are "indefinitely suspended" after negotiators from the US and Mexico were able to reach a deal on immigration enforcement.
Walmart is betting it can convince time-strapped customers to let strangers deliver groceries into their refrigerators while they're away from home.
Former Vice President Joe Biden says he now wants to throw out the Hyde Amendment, dropping his long-held support for the measure that blocks federal funds from being used for most abortions amid criticism from his 2020 Democratic rivals.
US and Mexican officials continued to negotiate into Thursday evening in hopes of reaching a deal on immigration enforcement to avert President Donald Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican imports.
The D-Day allied invasion of Normandy began with paratroopers and soldiers coasting through the air on gliders in the darkness of the early morning hours. And a full moon lit the way.
Embracing frail veterans making what could be their final journey to the windswept bluffs where they made history, the President appeared genuinely moved by the weight of what had happened there.
For most people, a summer trip to France is a chance to relax in beautiful surroundings and to savor the country's fine food. For Tom Rice of San Diego, it's an opportunity to relive the time he nearly died jumping from a C-47 Douglas airplane, then was shot at, again and again.
The Trump administration's expansion of the global trade war to Mexico could have harsh economic consequences for American workers — especially in Texas.
Donald Trump is set to join Queen Elizabeth II and 15 other heads of state in the British city of Portsmouth Wednesday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day; the largest joint military operation ever undertaken.
Five days before a Maryland couple were found dead in their hotel room in the Dominican Republic, a Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at the same resort shortly after she checked in, a family spokesman says.
James Holzhauer's mind-boggling "Jeopardy!" streak came to a crashing halt Monday night, but the reality of his glorious run may not have entirely set in yet.
The House of Representatives passed a multi-billion dollar disaster relief bill Monday, sending the measure to the White House for President Donald Trump's signature. The vote was 354-58.
Missourians will have to wait at least one more day to find out if their state will become the first with no abortion clinics.