New York City police have arrested two people in an attack on a tourist who refused to buy tickets to the Statue of Liberty.
President Barack Obama will be first president to step foot on the island in nearly nine decades.
A trio of experts at Western Michigan University put their minds together Wednesday to field questions about the Zika virus.
At least 18 people have died in a large explosion in the Turkish capital on Wednesday, believed to have been caused by a car bomb.
A nonprofit named one of the worst charities in America is going out of business.
Apple Inc. CEO says his company will fight a federal magistrate’s order to hack its users in connection with the San Bernardino shootings.
The president challenged his political foes in the Senate to rise above the “venom and rancor” that has paralyzed judicial nominations.
The Las Vegas center will be duplicated in West Michigan as data storage company Switch expands into the old Steelcase pyramid.
A newborn boy was found in the toilet of a Subway restaurant, and his mother was held by police who followed a blood trail.
A 10-week-old orphaned southern sea otter pup has found a new home at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium.
Retailers that accept food stamps would have to start stocking a wider variety of healthy foods under proposed rules by the Agriculture Dept…
In the event of a stalemate, justices have two primary options.
A White House spokesman said we can expect to learn who the president will nominate to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy next week.
Taylor Swift’s official switch from country to pop with her “1989” album brought the singer her second Grammy win for album of the year.
The Grammys is always full of surprises, but here a few things you can expect from tonight’s show.