A 68-year-old Vietnam veteran in Massachusetts, hospitalized with multiple ailments, died in July while the nurses aide assigned to care for him played video games, according to a published report.
Threat levels in the U.S. are “extremely high,” as intelligence indicates the Islamic State group and other terror groups are using small-scale plots to build toward another 9/11-style attack, acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke warned.
Ellen DeGeneres announced Tuesday evening that Jesus Campos, a Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino security guard injured by the Las Vegas gunman Oct. 1, will appear on her show Wednesday afternoon.
Following the Oct. 1 massacre in Las Vegas, the National Rifle Association said it would be open to a federal "review" of so-called "bump stock" devices that convert semi-automatic rifles to automatic, to see if such devices complied with the law.
Few clues emerged from President Donald Trump’s meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday about the uncertain future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
President Donald Trump will head to Harrisburg, Pa., on Wednesday to speak to a handpicked crowd of truckers, state lawmakers and manufacturers regarding his much anticipated tax reform plan.
Reb Beatty, an assistant community college professor in Maryland, allows his class to use a 3X5 notecard cheat sheet during tests. But he recently overlooked a key detail.
Florida lawmakers, emergency management officials and nursing home owners met Friday in a bid to implement new safety rules following a tragedy that resulted from Hurricane Irma.
A Boston radio host called out U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren this week for criticizing America's "One Percent," noting that her net worth ranks her among the class she consistently attacks.
President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix in August drew a lot of national media attention to the Arizona capital. It also cost the city more than $450,000 in employee overtime.
The Western U.S. and rural areas have the highest rate of veteran suicides, according to data released by the Department of Veterans Affairs on Friday.
ESPN host Jemele Hill took to Twitter Wednesday evening “to address the elephant in the room,” after coming under fire Monday for calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist.”
As people brace for Hurricane Irma’s impact on Florida, a Facebook group has proposed an idea to stop the catastrophic storm in its tracks: Pull out a gun, and shoot at it.
Hurricane Irma is so strong, it is literally shifting the shape of the ocean’s surface.
As Hurricane Irma drew closer to South Florida on Thursday, tens of thousands of drivers headed northward to flee the storm, causing a traffic nightmare that continued into the evening.
Despite being dead for years, hundreds of veterans remained on the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) payroll and received nearly $38 million in benefits, according to a report from the Social Security inspector general.
Diplomacy is the key to solving the North Korea problem, German Chancellor Angela Merkel says.
A fire that has engulfed more than 5,000 acres in the Sun Valley and Burbank areas is now one of the largest blazes in Los Angeles history, with the potential to do even more damage, fire officials said Saturday.
Kid Rock, who has been tossing around the idea of a U.S. Senate run since July, fired back in his own colorful way Friday against a Washington-based watchdog group that claimed he was in violation of campaign finance law.
How bad has gun violence gotten in Sacramento, Calif.? City leaders now plan to pay gang members $1.5 million for a cease-fire.