Larry Nassar must pay $100,000 if he wants to reapply. His license was revoked Thursday by Michigan regulators.
Government officials say additional security detail for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos may cost up to $7.8 million through September.
Jupiter is extra close and extra bright this week, and that means some amazing, new close-ups.
A truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm on Friday, killing at least two people, Sweden’s prime minister said.
Some questions and answers about how and why presidents can conduct military action without permission from Congress.
Hyundai and Kia are recalling nearly 1.2 million cars and SUVs because the engines can fail and stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
A Michigan woman is accused of choking a teenager who refused to sit down during a fireworks display at Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
An explanation of the so-called “deconfliction line” between U.S. and Russia and the possible consequences of cutting it.
The Senate confirmed Neil Gorsuch to become the newest associate justice on the Supreme Court on Friday.
Russia condemned the U.S. missile attack as “aggression” and suspended crucial coordination with Washington in Syria’s congested skies.
The United States fired a barrage of missiles in retaliation for this week’s gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians.
An Oxford University study found that a big chunk of the news shared on Twitter in Michigan was from bad sources.
General Motors is holding to its 2017 profit forecast despite some headwinds in the key U.S. market.
An Ontario company wants to store waste from nuclear power plants underground less than a mile from Lake Huron.
Rickles, who would have been 91 on May 8, suffered kidney failure and died Thursday morning at his home.