The Defense Department is poised to take over background investigations for the federal government.
Democrats hoping to see former President Barack Obama at a fundraiser in Los Angeles later this month might want to start setting aside some cash now.
A former Apple employee’s penchant for Victoria’s Secret merchandise led to her arrest and conviction in a $243,000 embezzlement scheme, according to reports.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., was quick to slam Google on Thursday after reports surfaced that an error in the Internet search giant’s Knowledge Panel listed “Nazism” as a tenet of the California Republican Party.
No, psychiatrists are not scientists but they do know some science.
Michael Rotondo, 30, left his parents’ suburban home on Friday after a court ordered him to vacate.
Construction on a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border wall kicked off Friday in San Diego, Calif., U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials said.
A possible summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly in the works.
The United Nations is stressing that it is “impartial” in the presidential race of Mexico’s July 1 elections, after one of its agencies said it would be willing to help the front-runner clean up government purchasing and other issues.
Health officials announced on Friday that five people have now died after consuming tainted lettuce from Arizona, making this the nation’s largest E. coli outbreak in a decade.
Former hostage Joshua Boyle will be released from a Canadian jail with strict bail conditions that include an electronic tracking bracelet, a judge ruled Friday.
Canada’s finance minister says he is hopeful the threat of retaliation against U.S. trade measures will persuade the Trump administration to back away from the steel and aluminum tariffs it has imposed on its G7 allies.
The United States shot down an Arab-backed resolution on Friday that condemned Israel’s use of force in Gaza while calling for the protection of Palestinian civilians, and instead authored a proposal that omitted its ally’s involvement in the region.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says China’s placement of weapons systems on manmade islands in the South China Sea is designed to intimidate and coerce others in the region.
Google search results for a Republican politician from North Carolina on Friday displayed a photo of the woman with the word “bigot” written across the bottom before it was taken down.
The Latest on Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano (all times local): 2:25 p.m. Police say they have arrested a 55-year-old man after he went past a traffic checkpoint and crashed his vehicle into hardened lava on Hawaii’s Big Island.
The company that owns a geothermal plant near Hawaii’s erupting volcano says lava has burned down a substation and adjacent warehouse that stored a drilling rig at the complex.
Mexican federal prosecutors are taking over the investigation into the disappearances of 28 people in the northern border city of Nuevo Laredo in recent months.
Hundreds of religious leaders are opposing a proposed oil pipeline that would run across northern Minnesota.
America’s poet laureate is challenging college graduates to be guided by love, not just tolerance, as they tackle the world’s problems.