An earlier version of the ad was pulled from the air after pleas from the victims' family.
A Washington state hunter is recovering after surviving an attack by an angry black bear that chased him up a tree, chomped down on his leg and clawed him with one of its big paws.
Obama's immigration reversal came as a huge sigh of relief for party operatives and candidates.
Rescue crews searching off Jamaica's coast on Saturday said they could no longer see debris spotted earlier, stymieing efforts to solve the mystery surrounding a small plane carrying a prominent upstate New York couple that went on a ghostly 1,700-mile journey after the pilot was apparently incapacitated.
Prominent Washington think tanks, nonprofits known for their impartiality, have received tens of millions of dollars from foreign governments while pushing United States government officials to adopt policies that often reflect the donors’ priorities, an investigation by The New York Times has found.
A video shows New York's governor avoiding his primary opponent at a Labor Day parade.
Residents in a sparsely populated neighborhood near Hawaii's active volcano are still on alert while officials say a dangerous lava flow has slowed its advance.
The National Weather Service warned Southern Californians to watch out for weekend flash floods and strong surf because of a Pacific hurricane that is churning north up the Mexican coast.
The Shabab, the Qaeda-linked militant network in Somalia, confirmed that its leader, Ahmed Abdi Godane, had been killed in an American airstrike.
The intertwined journeys of two friends toward militancy offer a sharp example of how the allure of Islamist extremism has evolved, enticing similar pools of young Americans to conflicts in different parts of the world.
Although California is locked in a third year of historic drought, many homeowners and businesses still don't have meters telling them just how much water they are using.
Questions persist after the release of a newly declassified version of a legal memo approving the National Security Agency’s Stellarwind program, a set of warrantless surveillance and data collection activities secretly authorized after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Passing a stopgap spending bill and keeping the Export-Import Bank open are among the modest objectives that lawmakers have set this month.
A Maine woman, 18, said the order amounted to a wrongful termination of her parental rights. Welfare officials said the order was appropriate, given the severity of the child’s injuries.
Wendy Davis has revealed her own deeply personal abortion story, writing in a memoir that goes on sale this week that she ended two pregnancies in the 1990s for medical reasons.
Sam Brownback, the Republican incumbent, has found himself caught in a tough battle with Paul Davis, the largely unknown Democratic challenger, despite the state’s rich conservatism.
Congress' loudest voice on immigration says the likely 2016 hopeful is a "champion" of reform.
Martha Coakley, a Democrat, and Charlie Baker, a Republican, were stung in 2010, but both are favored to win in the primary for governor on Tuesday.
Thanks to demographics, the Republicans have a virtual stranglehold on the House of Representatives.