U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited the American Navy base at Guantanamo Bay to offer holiday greetings to troops Thursday.
UN General Assembly has voted 128-9 with 35 abstentions to declare Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital “null and void.”
A team of Michigan wildlands firefighters is heading to California to help put out fires that have been burning across the state.
Cardinal Bernard Law, the disgraced former archbishop of Boston, died early Wednesday, the Vatican said.
Republicans pushed on early Wednesday to the verge of the most sweeping rewrite of the nation’s tax laws in decades.
Honda says another person has been killed by an exploding Takata air bag inflator.
Investigators are looking into whether the Amtrak engineer was distracted by a trainee who was next to him before the crash.
The NIH is bringing together experts to tap into the brain’s circuitry and figure out how music can do more than comfort the sick.
A man is facing charges in Texas in connection to a crash that killed a Michigan native last month.
Fans of Insane Clown Posse have lost an appeal to have an FBI report scrubbed of language referring to them as a gang.
Delta Air Lines and other carriers that operate out of Atlanta’s busy airport said they expected to be running normally Tuesday.
Imagine a cat that can keep a person company, doesn’t need a litter box and can remind an aging relative to take her medicine.
Greeted by a mix of applause and boos, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos implored students not to “join in the chorus of conflict.”
A community along the new rail line where an Amtrak train derailed in a deadly crash had tried to stop the project.
The Trump administration is publicly blaming North Korea for a ransomware attack that infected computers worldwide in May.