U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is preparing to launch a bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, ABC News reported on Friday, citing an adviser.
President Obama’s proposal to expand a child-care tax break has some conservatives complaining that it discriminates against parents who stay home.
Even after decades of battling one of the world's biggest killers, the treatment of cancer is still an inexact science.
His scandal-tarred law firm rises again as a powerhouse.
Democrats seize on an event being hosted by immigration lightning rod Steve King.
Investigators found the bodies of two more people in the charred remains of an Annapolis-area mansion that burned to the ground earlier this week, bringing the number of dead to four.
Law enforcement officials say that a car pulled from a South Florida canal late Thursday is linked to a 1978 missing persons case.
A seemingly endless series of votes leaves Democrats fuming.
A dispute over a cake in Colorado raises a new question about gay rights and religious freedom: If bakers can be fined for refusing to serve married gay couples, can they also be punished for declining to make a cake with anti-gay statements?
Nearly 40 years after the infamous and gruesome “Gypsy Hill murders” shocked the Bay Area, California investigators believe they have found the man behind at least two of the five killings.
News of Saudi King Abdullah's death sent oil prices higher, but analysts dismissed talk of a trend change, noting the oversupply fundamentals are intact.
A District Court judge in Arizona issued a permanent injunction overturning a ban, saying immigrants were being unfairly penalized.
A New York state oversight panel wants federal prosecutors to probe the 2013 death of a mentally ill Rikers Island inmate who was locked in his cell for six days without care or medication.
The spill was detected Jan. 6 during a periodic inspection by the company, which said Thursday that the cause of the rupture in the pipeline and when exactly it happened were still unknown.
Initial tests of water supplies show no sign of a cancer-causing element for the first time since they were contaminated by a crude oil spill over the weekend, a state official said.
The suit had asked a judge to stop the King Center from using the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s image, likeness and memorabilia.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson asked lawmakers to keep the state’s alternative to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act in place for two more years.
Despite protests from owners of such establishments, the New Orleans City Council voted unanimously to ban smoking in bars and gambling halls to protect the health of musicians and other entertainers.
The commander of the United States naval base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has been relieved of his duties because of a loss of confidence in his ability to command.
Senator Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada, told reporters that injuries sustained three weeks ago during an exercise mishap would not keep him from seeking re-election in 2016.