New York police say a 6-week-old baby has died after a stroller crashed down a Brooklyn elevator shaft.
A paralyzed man is regaining a sense of touch while using a mind-controlled robotic hand, feeling subtle pressure in his own fingers.
Amazon.com will add 120,000 seasonal workers in an effort to meet an expected spike in demand during the holidays.
Bob Dylan was named the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature Thursday in a stunning announcement.
The strikes marked the first shots fired by the U.S. in anger against the Houthis in Yemen’s long-running civil war.
A man wearing body armor and armed with an assault rifle shot two Boston police officers before he was shot and killed by other officers.
Two women say Donald Trump touched them inappropriately during separate encounters that took place as long as three decades ago.
A U.S. Navy warship is bringing personnel, along with power generators, water purifiers and bulldozers, to bolster relief efforts in Haiti.
The U.S. government will temporarily halt deportation flights to Haiti as the nation recovers from Hurricane Matthew.
Taco Bell is doing its best to become one of the country’s healthiest fast food chains, Foodbeast.com reports.
Wells Fargo’s embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned as the nation’s second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
Hospitals say they can’t easily pass on the cost of pricey drugs because private insurers and Medicare usually pay a pre-determined amount.
The U.S. consumer watchdog agency now has had its structure ruled unconstitutional because it gives too much power to a single director.
The U.S. pumped out the least climate-changing fossil-fuel pollution in the first six months of this year than at any time since 1991.
The FBI is assisting in the investigation because it happened near the headquarters of military jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney.