Officials are working to determine the cause of a fire that raged for hours at a south-central Pennsylvania chemical plant.
A Philadelphia street performer who gained national attention for his performance on “The Voice” has died.
Nearly 40 members have been expelled from a Penn State fraternity that’s been suspended for a page featuring adult photos.
New Jersey State Police in riot gear blocked gates outside the Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium.
The southern pudu fawn — the world’s smallest deer species — was born May 12 at the Queens Zoo.
Federal officials calculate that last month was the wettest on record for the contiguous United States.
President Barack Obama says there was no reason for the health program to end up in court, maintaining that “it’s working.”
The trial began Monday for the 33-year-old Jesse Matthew who charged with the slaying of Hannah Graham.
The poignant and groundbreaking coming-of-age show “Fun Home” was named best musical at the Tony Awards on Sunday.
Chicago authorities say a 77-year-old man is dead after being found unresponsive in a high-rise building pool.
Iowa officials are optimistic after the growth of bird flu cases in the state slowed last week.
Yale’s heavyweight crew team has defeated Harvard in their 150th regatta, the nation’s oldest collegiate sporting event.
No injuries were reported when a single-engine plane crash landed at an airport in south-central Missouri.
Texas police officer on leave after bystander video shows his response to a disturbance call.
The movie “Spy” left “Entourage” in the dust in weekend box-office receipts.