It's a Republican dream come true.
The 62-second encounter between Philando Castile and Officer Jeronimo Yanez last summer ended with Yanez firing seven shots and Castile insisting as he died in the driver's seat that he wasn't reaching for his registered handgun.
Look before you leap. It's an old saying that may have helped keep a Florida family safe this Memorial Day after a large alligator took up residence in their swimming pool.
Andy Rubin, the founder of Android, is back with a new phone.
A California man was ticketed after he reached 88 mph in his DeLorean.
One of the oldest sayings on Wall Street is that investors hate uncertainty. But that adage, much like other conventional wisdom, is being challenged during the Trump era.
White House communications director Mike Dubke is leaving the administration, he said Tuesday, amid swirling speculation about a possible Trump staff shakeup.
Two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers are expected to begin training together as soon as Wednesday in the Sea of Japan in what U.S. military officials say may be interpreted by North Korea as a signal of a more aggressive U.S. military posture.
Tension between Germany and the United States intensified Tuesday with President Donald Trump accusing the longtime US ally of hurting the US financially.
Scientists in the United States have developed a vital tool in the battle against superbugs by re-engineering a decades-old antibiotic.
President Donald Trump is aiming his wrath over trade at one of the largest buyers of American exports -- Germany.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said there has never been a case of election interference more aggressive than that involving Russia and the 2016 presidential election.
If you came to this Beijing warehouse at night it would be downright creepy.
President Donald Trump's odyssey through Europe and the Middle East fulfilled a more narrow political focus for the reeling White House: It was a nine-day distraction from the dominant narrative of a presidency under siege.
Texas ended its contentious legislative session Monday as protesters packed into the state Capitol over a new ban on sanctuary cities, and lawmakers erupted into a heated argument with alleged death threats on the House floor.
A heated argument erupted between legislators at the Texas Capitol Monday afternoon, after one state representative claimed he called US Immigration and Customs Enforcement on protesters.
Manuel Noriega, the former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug trafficker who was once one of Central America's most notorious military strongmen, has died, according to a tweet by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela on his verified Twitter account.
A zookeeper killed by a tiger in an enclosure at a UK zoo was doing the job she loved, according to her mother.
The US Navy said Monday the weekend death of a member of its skydiving team was due to "an equipment malfunction, though the specific nature and cause is currently unknown."
Arizona Sen. John McCain is not pleased about reports that Jared Kushner proposed setting up a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin.
The mayor of Portland, Oregon, is trying to stop what he describes as two upcoming "alt-right" demonstrations as his city continues to mourn the stabbing deaths of two residents who intervened in a possible hate crime.
The Denver Post has cut ties with Terry Frei after the journalist tweeted that he was "very uncomfortable with a Japanese driver winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend."
It's never too late to graduate.
President Donald Trump's daughter faced backlash after her lifestyle brand's Twitter account -- "IvankaTrumpHQ" -- gave what some considered an insensitive Memorial Day holiday tip.