A fire-filled forest can be more traumatic than hurricanes, floods, or earthquakes, experts say.
A one-time tenant of the "Ghost Ship" isn't surprised a deadly fire ripped through the cluttered space.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus and Tenn. GOP Sen. Bob Corker are said to be top contenders.
Activities that were part of a normal life, like weddings, listening to music, even watching TV, were conducted like a spy mission.
The operator of the Oakland, Calif., warehouse draws outrage for his initial response to the deadly fire.
Suspect in South Carolina church shooting asks for his defense team back, a week after he was allowed to represent himself.
Family members have been told they may have to provide DNA samples to as authorities continue their search.
The tomb, a simple round stone about 15 feet high, will become one of the most important sites on the island.
The president-elect’s supporters are balking after he said Romney is on his shortlist to be secretary of state.
The former CIA director says he "paid a very heavy price" for sharing classified info with his former lover and biographer.
The imprisoned Jeffrey Sterling is holding out hope a federal appeals court will reverse his espionage conviction.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not allow a proposed route for a controversial pipeline project running through North Dakota.
The fugitive ex-NSA worker says Gen. Petraeus' case shows a "two-tiered" justice system in the U.S. where "connected" people get light punishments.
"Since he managed to achieve success in business, that shows he is a clever person,” Russian President Vladimir Putin observed.
The president-elect goes as "me" to a "Villains and Heroes" bash hosted by one of his biggest donors.
Hours after it dropped a case in the state courts, the Green Party said it will seek an emergency federal court order on Monday.
The mystery over what happened to Sherri Papini is confounding investigators and roiling social media.
Some U.S. conservatives are cheering the president-elect's decision to break with a policy in place since Richard Nixon.
Several universities are considering labeling themselves that way, given the fears of immigrant students.
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The former prisoner of war is accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan.
Crowds cheer as the urn arrives at the building where the Cuban leader delivered a victory speech in 1959.
Donald Trump is unapologetic about roiling diplomatic waters with his decision to speak with Taiwan's leader.
The state government says it is ready to respond to Dakota Access pipeline protesters who may need help during the winter months.
President-elect Trump has a freewheeling style, which helped stop Carrier from shipping 800 factory jobs to Mexico.
Tom Price belongs to the libertarian Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
Authorities say a massive fire broke out in the building where people were having a party on Friday night.
Retired Marine general James Mattis agrees with the president-elect on some — but not all — of his approaches to these challenges.
One has a serious side that has helped calm anxious Republicans. The other is still prone to Twitter tirades.
"It turns out that United Russia won the elections in America," one official declares in a radio interview.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he discussed his deadly crackdown on illegal drugs with Donald Trump.
A University of Southern California student stabbed professor Bosco Tjan over a personal dispute, police say.
A new advertisement from San Francisco's police union urges viewers to contact the city's police commissioner to oppose a proposed city policy.
The former Vermont governor says the party needs to "turn itself over to the next generation" and takes himself out of the running.
Jurors in the trial of former police officer Michael Slager adjourn for the weekend after struggling to reach a unanimous verdict.