Workers may have been moving a gas meter when an explosion tore through a Minneapolis school building this week.
Marcus Hutchins, a young British researcher credited with derailing a global cyberattack in May, was arrested.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate slipped to 4.3 percent, matching a 16-year low first reached in May.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down as severe thunderstorms moved through Michigan.
Special Counsel Mueller is using a grand jury as part of an investigation into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced he’s switching parties as President Donald Trump visited the increasingly conservative state.
He doesn’t use a gun or even imply he has a weapon, but the robber police believe to be Jacob Abraham Savickas could still be dangerous.
A judge says the woman who texted her boyfriend, urging him to kill himself, can return home during her appeals process.
Brides-to-be who ordered from Alfred Angelo are out of luck, according to a new statement its bankruptcy trustee.
Donald Trump once questioned the wisdom of taking vacations. “What’s the point?” he asked.
President Donald Trump has embraced legislation that would dramatically reduce legal immigration.
Police are searching for a Northwestern University professor and a University of Oxford employee suspected in the stabbing death of a man.
An Alabama attorney said she can see how a guard watching remotely could be fooled if inmates obscure the number that identifies each door.
A suicide bombing attack on a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan left two American service members dead, a Pentagon spokesman said.
New White House chief of staff John Kelly called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position was safe.