New York emergency crews rescued two workers trapped in a window-washing scaffold at Manhattan's One World Trade Center. The crews cut through glass to pull the workers to safety.
Faced with declining budgets, the Army has had to cut its force, and, for reasons the Army has not explained, the largest group of officers being pushed out — nearly one in five — began as enlisted soldiers.
Hasbro is in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation, a person briefed on the matter said on Wednesday.
The ET-Plus, made by Trinity Industries and suspected of malfunctioning during crashes, will be tested by a research organization in San Antonio.
How to feed, help and handle the ever-present homeless population in a state that draws an outsized share of the dispossessed is a growing debate.
A former civilian U.S. Army employee has pleaded guilty to theft after being accused of stealing sophisticated military equipment from a Northern California depot and trading some of it for marijuana.
The president hopes to avert violence after a grand jury decides whether to indict a police officer.
Five detectives responsible for investigating sex crimes followed up on only 14 percent of reported cases in three years, a city audit has concluded.
The denouement of Election Day continued to play out as the House and the Senate scheduled dueling votes to try to influence the outcome of the unresolved Louisiana Senate race.
Chairman Tom Wheeler is under pressure from all angles.
Senator Mark Begich narrowly lost his re-election bid to Dan Sullivan after a count of absentee ballots.
The Supreme Court’s decision to take up the Affordable Care Act again raises a question: Is it a court? Or a collection of politicians in robes?
We need new labor laws for restaurant, farm and slaughterhouse workers.
She could inject fresh blood into a team reeling from midterm election losses.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, which treated the only Ebola patient to die in the United States, will pay his relatives an undisclosed sum and create a charitable foundation in his name, the family’s lawyer said Wednesday.
Attorney General Pam Bondi, who was re-elected last week , has defended her decision to take free trips to conferences and socialize with lawyers for corporations under investigation by other states.
Judge Richard Gergel of Federal District Court on Wednesday struck down South Carolina’s same-sex marriage ban as unconstitutional, but gave the state a week to appeal.
An underwear bandit is actively stealing women's undergarments in Kodiak, Alaska.
Federal officials granted protection to the Gunnison sage grouse on Wednesday, a move that could bring restrictions on oil and gas drilling and other activity to preserve the bird’s habitat in areas of Colorado and Utah.