Demonstrators are marching through the streets of New York City to protest Trump’s views on immigration hours before he hosts “SNL.”
A noise was heard in the last second of the cockpit voice recording from the Russian plane that crashed last week in Egypt.
Two Louisiana officers remained jailed while their colleagues tried to sort out the details that led to the death of a 6-year-old.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is defending his past descriptions of receiving a scholarship offer at West Point.
Honda is recalling more than 25,000 cars in the U.S. to replace the rear grab rail brackets.
Speaker Paul Ryan’s first week in charge of the House of Representatives produced two major bills with bipartisan support.
Top-flight 2016 Republican presidential candidates reckoned with tough questions this week that reared up from their pasts.
A website revolving around wine and beer has ranked Detroit Lions fans as the second-drunkest in the NFL.
The Obama administration rejected a Canadian energy giant’s application to build the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday.
A charter bus traveling from Michigan to Texas crashed in Arkansas killing six people.
A new report out by Kiplinger is shedding some light on items that may not be worth the buy at big box stores.
Panera Bread on Thursday became the latest restaurant chain to announce plans to stop using eggs from cage-confined hens.
A class action lawsuit filed against 10 automakers claims keyless ignitions can be deadly, and drivers need to be warned.
Police say a 5-year-old child who disappeared 13 years ago in Birmingham, Alabama, has been found unharmed in Ohio.
A western Kansas community is trying to cope after the sudden death of one of its top high school football players.