Demands that CBP spend millions to upgrade cameras used to read license plates were orchestrated in part by a company that hoped to profit.
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Thursday denied longtime GOP operative Roger Stone's request to dismiss the charges against him, finding that Stone "has not identified any legal ground" to do so.
In a “very, very traumatic” experience, a Wisconsin woman’s hair fell out in clumps after Nair hair removal cream was mixed in her conditioner, according to her mother.
The widening wealth gap is being felt in the most fundamental way: where people live. The apartments in which many residents now live are so small they are called cages and coffins.
Police tell Whaley Bridge's 6,500 residents to gather at a local school, as a severe flood warning is issued.
Asian carp are a serious problem, and Kentucky is getting creative in dealing with the invasive species.
California is limiting full-contact practices for youth football teams to reduce brain injuries.
Two men got locked in a metal container full of cocaine on one of hottest days on record
The White House didn't bother to mention it until late Wednesday night.
A Kentucky Coal Miner describes hardships miners are facing.
The Massachusetts senator's latest plan is about power as much as policies.
Pelosi will now face increased pressure to back impeachment proceedings.
Terminally ill adults in New Jersey will now be able to ask for medical help to end their lives.
Turn the debates into a progressive showcase instead of an inquisition
The five officers could face termination in connection with Daniels' arrest last year in Columbus, which she claims was politically motivated.
A former Trump Organization official said in a new interview that President Trump lied about almost being on a helicopter that crashed in 1998, killing three company employees.
Cambodia Cites Trump, Saying US Embassy Officials 'should Pack Up An Leave' If They Don't Like It There
A Cambodian government spokesperson said on Thursday U.S. officials can leave if they "don't like the country," echoing President Trump's comments last month telling four minority congresswomen to "go back" where they came from.
Georgia's voting machines and online registration were almost entirely managed by private companies, prompting security concerns
Students reported finding these films "creepy, weird, and inappropriate."