The U.S. Senate voted 65-34 Thursday to approve the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act section 702 program, sending the House-approved measure to President Trump.
It‘s time for Republicans in the U.S. House to take decisive action without delay on the issues of immigration reform and government funding that will prevent a government shutdown Friday night.
Justin Timberlake said on Wednesday he ‘stumbled through‘ the aftermath of the infamous ‘wardrobe malfunction‘ at the 2004 Super Bowl Halftime Show with Janet Jackson.
A powerful storm spawned furious winds across Europe on Thursday, killing at least four people in three countries while toppling trees, ripping roofs off buildings, and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
Turkey‘s parliament has extended for a sixth time the state of emergency that was imposed in the wake of a 2016 failed coup attempt.
At least 14 Michigan State University Officials were notified of sex abuse allegations against faculty member Larry Nassar, who also served as USA Gymnastics national team doctor, in the two decades before his shocking arrest -- but the school repeatedly missed opportunities to stop him, according to a damning report.
The Israeli military says a secretive project to build an underground wall along the border with Gaza is proving to be a deterrent against militant attack tunnels from the Palestinian territory.
Greece and neighboring Macedonia have been at loggerheads for more than a quarter-century century over an issue at the heart of the newer nation‘s existence and identity: its name.
A Roman Catholic bishop who has led prayers at Arkansas anti-abortion rallies says he will not take part this year because its featured speaker is a public official who actively pushed for the state‘s aggressive execution schedule last year.
The Latest on the U.N. Security Council (all times local): 12:15 p.m. Russia‘s foreign minister is warning that a failure of the Iran nuclear deal, especially as a result of action by the Trump administration, would send "an alarming message" to North Korea and impact all international agreements.
A former Burger King employee was arrested on Tuesday evening for bursting into the restaurant with a weapon - but he wasn‘t looking to empty the cash register.
A U.S. marshal was killed and two other police officers were wounded Thursday morning in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, when gunfire erupted during the service of a warrant, the mayor said.
Talk about getting cozy.
Authorities in Puerto Rico have issued more than 100 arrest warrants for suspects they say ran a multimillion-dollar drug trafficking ring tied to more than 30 killings.
Gerard Butler is one of the few men that has had the privilege of working with both Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston.
A 16-year-old male was shot and killed by a deputy Wednesday when a fight broke out between the teenager, his family and the police officer after a hearing at an Ohio courtroom, police said.
Four more models have spoken out against famous fashion photographer Bruce Weber accusing him of sexual misconduct.
"Rebel Prince" is scheduled to hit bookshelves in March.
North Carolina officials say the third and final compensation payment to sterilization victims should be mailed soon, marking the end of a 15-year pursuit of financial help for them.
An Alabama man who authorities say dragged a sheriff‘s deputy with his vehicle was shot with both a stun gun and a firearm.
Here‘s hoping the once-worn dress finds a true happily ever after.
Uganda‘s president says he will sign the death warrants of "a few" prisoners to create fear among criminals in the East African country.
A Canadian woman pleaded guilty Monday to murdering her best friend in March 2015, the break in the case coming after police discovered a Facebook selfie showing the woman wearing a belt that was found near the dead woman‘s body.