Former Maryland Gov. O’Malley entered the Democratic presidential race in a challenge to Hillary Clinton for the nomination.
The Obama administration formally removed Cuba from the U.S. terrorism blacklist Friday.
The One World Trade Center observatory is officially opening to the public on Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
New rules in France attempt to address two issues: food waste and hungry people. Both are also problems in the United States.
The Patriot Act has been reauthorized several times since it was developed, but there has been a holdup this time around.
The Cornhusker State is the first predominantly Republican state to abolish the death penalty since North Dakota in 1973.
In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months.
Automakers and governments are releasing the models covered by a massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall announced last week.
Take the Preliminaries Test to see if you could have qualified for the semifinals of the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
A series of lenticular clouds that rolled in after severe weather hit eastern Texas were confused for UFOs.
A newly-discovered glitch in Apple’s software can cause iPhones to mysteriously shut down when they receive a certain text message.
The Pentagon says it inadvertently shipped live anthrax spores to as many as nine laboratories and is investigating how that happened.
The death penalty was abolished over the governor’s objections in a move pushed through the legislature with unusual conservative backing.
The former Florida governor is a big contender considering a run in a crowded Republican field, and he was in Grand Rapids Wednesday.
Rick Santorum, an aggressive advocate for conservative family values, will launch a second bid for president on Wednesday.
Ford is recalling nearly 423,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the power-assisted steering can fail while they’re being driven.