The plea by the 19-year-old Colorado woman was over charges of conspiring to help the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Sunni militant group.
He wants to make sure nothing happens during the post-election lame duck.
A federal insider trading investigation is broadening to include several hedge funds in light of new evidence, the WSJ reported.
Police are warning protesters upset over the handling of the Brown shooting against a planned Wednesday demonstration that will shut down a portion of Interstate 70 near Ferguson, Missouri.
It's general election season -- and John McCain is back in demand.
Two Indianapolis police officers who were off duty at a bar drinking shots with a pregnant bartender beat up a patron who began arguing with the woman, an affidavit released Wednesday said.
As an uproar grows over a video showing star player Ray Rice's ferocious blow on his now-wife, calls for the firing of the NFL's leader are getting louder.
Presidents have tended to reserve the Oval Office for their most important televised statements, but not always.
This isn't the quick and clean September John Boehner and Harry Reid were hoping for.
Prosecutors say a multimillionaire mom killed her autistic 8-year-old son by forcing a toxic cocktail of painkillers and other drugs down his throat with a syringe in a luxury New York City hotel room.
There are a deck of "wild cards" that could trip up the global economy in the coming year.
He details a targeted strategy to combat the group.
In T-Mobile's battle for wireless customers, beginning Sept. 17, users will be able to make and receive calls and messages over Wi-Fi.
Opinion: Rice's wife doesn't understand that her husband alone is responsible for his firing.
NBA star Carmelo Anthony is looking to expand his expertise from basketball star to "digital athlete" by investing in tech.
The family of a Florida A&M University drum major who died after being hazed has reached a settlement with the owner of the bus on which the hazing took place.
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell acknowledges that his agency's plan for including underground water resources in its decision-making process is misleading and needs to be clarified.
The rise in the use of a phrase can often be connected with society’s increasing awareness of it as a problem, which is certainly the case here.