U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) continues his push to get the Senate to pass his bill that would end bulk collection of Americans' phone records.
The State Department has released its first round of e-mails from Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State.
An Ohio veterinarian is warning dog owners to watch out for canine influenza.
It could take as long as five years to fix all cars affected in the largest auto recall in U.S. history.
Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby says the six officers who've been charged in the death of Freddie Gray have now been indicted, and are facing additional charges.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) released the top baby names of 2014 by state.
The Boy Scouts of America announced Thursday they will let local scout troops decide whether to accept gay adult leaders.
A report by Good Scout looked into why consumers donate or do not donate money at the register.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) arrested 10 young Montreal residents at Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport for trying to leave the country and join Jihadist groups.
Get ready do do a little extra homework if you're planning to book a flight this summer.
Newly released documents tell us a lot more about Osama Bin Laden, including his obsessions, passions, fears and relationships.
The recent bird flu outbreak means the price of eggs is going up.
A new study suggests men are not protecting their skin from the sun and skin cancer as well as women do.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the most distinctive causes of death for each state.
Air Bag Manufacturer Takata is recalling nearly 34 million vehicles over air bag issues.
A nationwide alert system to apprehend those who have injured, killed, or threatened law enforcement is closer to becoming reality.
All 50 states joined the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in a complaint charging four cancer charities and their operators with defrauding more than $187 million from consumers.
The Microsoft Windows version of Solitaire turns 25 next month.
Preschoolers are quickly making their way onto the list of Americans who lack active lifestyles.
A new study finds students may actually perform better on tests, if they don't carry cell phone to class.
The Obama Administration plans to bar federal agencies from providing certain military equipment to local police forces.
At least four companies are hoping to start producing and selling flying cars in the next two years.
According to ABC News, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to death.
The U.S. Forest Service is waiving the day use and camping fees on June 13.
Lawmakers are pushing for increased rail safety following Tuesday's deadly Amtrak crash.
The founder and CEO of Uber is facing a $1 billion lawsuit, accusing him of stealing the idea!
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has appealed his four-game suspension over Deflategate.
A Vermont man pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court for mailing violent threats in August 2013.
Walmart is taking on Amazon Prime.
Investigators are trying to determine whether the deadly Amtrak crash was caused by human error, mechanical problems, or both.
Honda has recalled nearly five million cars that may be equipped with faulty airbags.
The jury in the Boston Bombing trial began deliberating if Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should get life in prison or the death penalty.
Toyota and Nissan have recalled 6.5 million more cars because of potentially faulty airbags.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he is emergency officials to assist with the Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia.
At least six people were killed when an Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia.
The nation's oldest veteran just celebrated his 109th birthday.
The NFL suspended Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady for the first four games on Monday for his role in a scheme to deflate footballs used in the AFC title game.
Children and teens recovering from a concussion may have difficulty with school work until they fully recover.
You don't have to go far beyond Twitter or YouTube to see how ISIS is winning recruits here at home, and how the State Department is fighting back.
An American doctor thought he beat Ebola.
Hours after the FBI Director James Comey said there were possibly thousands of ISIS followers online in the U.S., the security level was raised at U.S. military bases.
Dual-career couples may think a baby boosts their workload equally but that may not be the case, according to a study by Ohio State University.
The Senate passed a bill giving Congress the authority to review an emerging nuclear agreement with Iran.
A huge legal defeat for the National Security Agency (NSA).
A survey released ahead of mom's big day says Americans are likely to spend more on the mothers in their lives than ever before.
ISIS says it's here in America.
Bernie Sanders' campaign announced the firm that ran President Obama's campaign in 2008 will handle online fundraising and social media for his campaign.
Comcast says it will now pay you $20 if your cable guy is late.
A report on the footballs used in the AFC Championship Game in January between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts was released Wednesday.
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports the booster shot of the whooping cough vaccine given to preteens loses a large measure of its effectiveness within a few years.