Federal seismologists report in a new risk map for 2016. Much of that is a man-made byproduct of drilling for energy.
The handles can break when the consumer attempts to cut branches posing serious injury and laceration risks.
Some version of the threat of “Ebola meth” has shown up in at least four other states.
U.S. Capitol Police officer was shot Monday at the Capitol Visitor Center complex, and the shooter was taken into custody.
President Obama could use a recess appointment to install Judge Merrick B. Garland on the Supreme Court temporarily.
A partial skull and two tusks of a prehistoric Columbian mammoth have been found in northwest Oklahoma.
Depending on where you live, you may be paying more or less taxes than somebody living in a neighboring state.
Fidel Castro responded Monday to President Barack Obama’s historic trip to Cuba.
Authorities say a fire in a Denver apartment building forced some residents to jump from the second and third stories .
An Indiana man was charged Monday with murder, rape and kidnapping counts in the case of a 1-year-old girl who was found dead.
Meteorologists may soon be able to predict likelihood of extreme heat in the Eastern United States.
President Obama welcomed thousands of children to the South Lawn of the White House Monday morning for the annual Easter Egg Roll.
American Airlines copilot is arrested at Detroit Metro Airport after failing breathalyzer.
Georgia governor vetoes religious exemptions bill protecting same-sex marriage opponents.
The Supreme Court has rejected former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s appeal of his corruption convictions.