Prosecutors: FBI has 13 guns belonging to Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator Terry Nichols
Clerk who won't give marriage licenses to appear in federal court, could get fine or jail time
Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina resigned amid a massive corruption scandal after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
'Playing History: Slave Trade' video game altered after social media backlash
Watchdog: 900,000 veterans have pending health care requests; about one-third are deceased
US trade deficit drops to $41.9 billion in July, smallest in 5 months, as exports advance
The U.S. Army is letting any qualified soldier join its elite Ranger School, no matter their gender.
Guatemala's embattled president, and the corruption case against him: Here's what to look for
Florida man accused of pointing laser light at sheriff's helicopter
French Quarter agency OKs removal of monument blasted as tribute to white supremacy
Dean Jones, star of Disney's 'The Love Bug,' has died following a battle with Parkinson's disease. He was 84.
Lawyer says settlement reached in lawsuit by ex-Sony employees over Sony data breach
First up: House Judiciary panel schedules Congress' first hearing on Planned Parenthood videos
Applications for US unemployment benefits rose last week but remain historically low at 282k
It's time for new talks between the NBA and players, and a giant new $24 billion TV deal makes it that much more tense.
Bush: "I laughed" at Trump's criticism of him for speaking Spanish
The Latest: Greece rescues 751 migrants at sea in 19 incidents in latest 24 hours
Protester arrested amid demonstrations connected to hearing in Freddie Gray case released
Massachusetts man denies trying to kill 7-year-old daughter using drain cleaner
The Jain religious practice of fasting to the point of death can continue for now until India's Supreme Court decides the case.
Several top baby monitors lack basic security, vulnerable to hackers, report says
World Health Organization: 2 polio cases found in Ukraine, caused by mutated virus in vaccine
Jailbreaking and rooting gadgets might seem like a harmless way to get more control of your device, but it could actually do a lot of damage.
On Arctic voyage, Obama turns to the power of the presidential image to elevate climate change
Guatemala president ordered detained in corruption probe, will voluntarily appear
1 Marine killed, 9 others hurt in helicopter hard landing at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina