Pope Francis wasn’t the only person to drink from the glass of water he used during his speech to Congress.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a duck boat involved in a fatal Seattle crash didn’t have an axle repair that was recommended.
Police in Banning, California on Sunday identified the suspect arrested in the shootings deaths of two people in an apparently random rampag…
Everyone’s talking about that vehicle the pope is riding in, and it’s not the Popemobile.
President Barack Obama plans to meet with Cuban President Raul Castro on Tuesday on the sidelines of the annual U.N. General Assembly.
An Arizona music festival is set to resume for a Kanye West performance hours after as many as 12 people were injured.
National Transportation Safety Board Member Earl Weener said the axle will be sent to a federal lab for further examination.
Pope Francis met with victims of child sexual abuse Sunday on the final day of his U.S. visit .
A man with an apparent case of arachnophobia caused a fire at a suburban Detroit gas pump.
Former Navy SEAL Eric Greitens on Saturday launched a Republican campaign for Missouri governor in 2016.
An 11-year-old Georgia boy delivered his baby brother with help from a 911 dispatcher.
First Lady Michelle Obama introduced a new campaign focusing on education for girls around the world.
Within an hour of the start of a festival headlined by Pope Francis, Mark Wahlberg already had made a joke about his raunchy movie “Ted.”
The news of House Speaker John Boehner’s resignation brought hundreds of religious conservatives to their feet to cheer.
While the papal visit closed bridges and roads to vehicles, one carrying a kidney transplant recipient managed to get to a hospital.