Japanese Cabinet approved Friday the lifting of sanctions on Iran.
The Transportation Security Administration says 2,653 firearms were found in carry-on bags in 2015, a 20 percent increase.
The move quickly angered Republican lawmakers who accused the administration of circumventing the will of Congress.
North Korean state media said the University of Virginia student entered the country under the guise of a tourist .
The blizzard menacing the Eastern United States could rank near the top 10 to ever hit the region.
The FBI says two people have been shot to death, including a bank employee, during a bank robbery.
The family of a little boy fighting brain cancer now has a new car to take him to his chemo treatments, and it’s all thanks to a stranger.
Four people are under arrest in an attack at a Sacramento Subway shop after one of them was denied a sandwich.
One of the biggest fundraisers for the Susan G. Komen Kansas program to cure cancer has been cancelled .
The forecast for a historic blizzard is looming over the nation’s capital like the UFO from “Independence Day.”
The Marine Corps says the 12 Marines who were in two helicopters that crashed off Hawaii are considered dead.
Two former college football players from USC and LSU were charged Thursday with a string of robberies and a carjacking in Los Angeles.
A top social services official says Kansas will ask the federal government within six months to recertify one of its two mental hospitals.
Pro-abortion rights Kansas House members plan to introduce three bills aimed at increasing access to reproductive health care.
An Atlanta area grand jury on Thursday indicted a police officer who fatally shot an unarmed naked man.