Fiery-haired and feisty, Maureen O’Hara could handle anything the world and Hollywood threw at her.
A woman suspected of driving under the influence plowed into an Oklahoma State University homecoming parade crowd.
A powerful storm system rumbled through Texas on Saturday, flooding roads and causing a freight train to derail.
The soldier killed in the mission that rescued hostages from IS was a hero for rushing into a firefight to defend his Kurdish partners.
States and industry groups dependent on fossil fuels began filing court challenges Friday to President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan.
Arizona tried to illegally import a lethal injection drug, but federal agents stopped the shipment at the Phoenix airport.
One person was killed and three others were wounded in an on-campus shooting at Tennessee State University.
National and local leaders gathered in Grand Rapids to discuss the recent attacks on police officers and the topic of police militarization.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified before the House Benghazi Committee, Oct. 22, 2015
Rep. Paul Ryan on Thursday formally declared his candidacy for speaker of the House after getting unified support from Republicans.
Ten victims of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle have received a total of $1 million in restitution since August.
Simon Cowell is heading back in front of the cameras as a judge on NBC’s summertime series “America’s Got Talent.”
The United Auto Workers union has approved a new four-year contract with Fiat Chrysler.
A U.S. defense official says a U.S. military operation to rescue Kurdish hostages in northern Iraq resulted in one U.S. fatality.
Mazda says it is recalling 1.2 million older cars and minivans in the U.S. because ignition switches could overheat and catch fire.