The arduous search for a missing technology executive and five others feared dead after a suspicious fire destroyed a mansion in Annapolis, Maryland, could take days, fire officials said Tuesday.
Kaleb Whitby was part of a 26-vehicle pileup on the foggy, icy Interstate 84 outside Baker City, Oregon.
Hundreds of birds were found covered in "goop" that authorities can't identify, according to a spokesman for the California Fish and Wildlife Department.
A prominent cardiac surgeon at a leading Boston hospital died late Tuesday from injuries sustained when he was shot by a patient who later turned the gun on himself.
The president highlighted progress on the economy, U.S.-Cuba relations and gas prices, and he called for a renewed focus on economic inequality.
The president said the government would provide $2.2 billion to reimburse states for paid family leave programs.
Despite his party’s losses in the recent elections, President Obama laid out an expansive agenda as if he were the one who had triumphed.
Millions of Americans have spouses who are hiding money from them. How to make sure you're not one of them.
President Obama fires back at his growing chorus of critics on foreign policy.
He irks even the most die-hard Obama Democrats.
The Spanish-language version of the rebuttal, delivered by Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo, said Republicans wanted to work with Obama to fix the immigration system.
"It will require focus. But we will succeed," he says about battling ISIL.
Politicians can win hearts on the left with stories about overcoming adversity in childhood, but there’s no evidence it affects their policy positions.
Simon says a better politics needs a better media.
Rep. Curt Clawson didn't give a typical tea party speech.
The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel has reopened after a closure prompted by the discovery of a suspicious package containing what authorities say is likely a smoke bomb or grenade.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston, who still opposes holding a referendum on his city’s Olympic bid, appeared to bow to wide public support for such a vote.
"He ignores the fact that the country has elected a Congress that favors smaller government," he says.
The president reprises unifying language from his famous 2004 speech.
President Obama, facing a new Republican majority in Congress, asked for a broad package of reform in his annual address to lawmakers.