The Europe storm death toll has risen to 15 after Danish police say a driver was killed when he crashed into a tree knocked down by violent gusts.
Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has officiated at the wedding of a gay couple at the Supreme Court
A spokesman for a Utah bus company has identified the driver killed in a crash Monday
Honda is recalling about 21,000 all-terrain vehicles due to concern that the steering shaft can break off
A new, smaller version of NASA's space shuttle is recuperating from a rough first landing
Russia is spending a whopping $50 billion on the games, which have already gone over budget and plagued by delays.
Police caught the suspect after he stole and wrecked a car, then ran into the woods.
The official said late Monday a final decision has not been made and an internal review is ongoing.
Skelton died Monday at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Va., surrounded by family and friends.
The White House acknowledges the error stemmed from a "miscommunication."
The United States said on Monday it must better weigh the risks and rewards of its spying activities
The upgrade is being rolled out now to customers in Los Angeles and will come to New York City and Hawaii by the end of the year.
The California Highway Patrol says two drivers suffered minor to moderate injuries after high winds knocked over six big rigs on a stretch of Northern California highway.
Tucked away in the Adirondack mountain range, Whitehall, New York has been a hot bed of Bigfoot activity for hundreds of years.
Security officials and residents of Yemen's capital say that a large explosion was followed by heavy gunfire.
U.S. research institute says North Korea is conducting major construction at its main missile launch site
Hackers altered the links contained in tweets sent under his name.
Penn State will pay $59.7 million to 26 sexual abuse victims of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, the school said Monday.
Hundreds have died from flu complications, and most had not gotten the vaccine, CDC says.
The National Security Agency Sunday denied German media reports that President Obama was told in 2010 of NSA spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and allowed it to continue.
Republicans plan to seek answers from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on the Obama administration's troubled debut of the website it is using to offer health insurance.
Timothy Dwayne Tutterrow of Quitman, Ga., faces three counts of assault with a deadly weapon.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Raymond has become a hurricane far off Mexico's Pacific coast and poses no threat to land at this time.
Meteorologists may have found a way to predict some killer heat waves up to three weeks in advance. Now, the best they can do is about 10 days.
Lou Reed, who lead the 1960s cult band Velvet Underground and remained a vital solo performer for decades after, has died.
Hundreds of demonstrators march on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to protest against the government's online surveillance programs. Sarah Toms reports.
Gov. Jerry Brown has decided to allow freedom to a woman who received a life sentence when she was a teen for killing her former pimp.
Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, has erupted, sending up a towering plume of ash visible in much of eastern Sicily.
A year after Superstorm Sandy, thousands of people are still trying to fix their wrecked homes.
Jay-Z is defending himself against criticism over his collaboration with a luxury store that allegedly racially profiled two customers.