Authorities say a person visiting a family member at a Phoenix hospital has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Anheuser-Busch will fly 1,000 young adults to a Colorado ski town for a weekend of spring-break-style revelry, a stunt designed to publicize Bud Light.
The United States is sending Susan E. Rice, the national security adviser, to China this weekend, to meet with Chinese leaders, where she will discuss Hong Kong, the near collision of a Navy surveillance plane and a Chinese jet and nuclear talks with Iran.
Authorities confirmed Thursday that the bodies of a man and woman found at a suburban Dallas home are those of the parents of a 10-year-old boy found dead in a bathtub at the house in January — a death for which the mother was charged with murder.
The exclusive interview will air Sunday, and will cover both foreign and domestic policy.
BP said it was not chiefly responsible for the blowout on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, but on Thursday, a federal judge for the first time found that BP was indeed the primary culprit.
A grand jury in suburban Atlanta issued an eight-count indictment against Justin Ross Harris, whose 22-month-old son, Cooper, died in June.
The company hopes the construction of a factory in Nevada will catalyze the entry of the electric car into the American market and provide as many as 6,500 manufacturing jobs.
Socks. They're just not for feet anymore. Apparently they make pretty tasty snacks too, if you're a 3-year-old Great Dane
California is redefining true consensual sex on campus.
Politicians beware: Don't think you're off the hook.
The preliminary injunction issued by Judge Peter C. Economus was a setback for Gov. John R. Kasich, and could affect the upcoming elections in Ohio, a closely contested swing state.
Former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger (BUHL'-jur) has been transferred to a federal prison in Florida.
Time Inc. will borrow a page from the National Geographic playbook to revive its declining print empire.
As president, you get only a few real moments of testing, but the right judgment can make a difference in history.
A culture of stoicism puts fledgling physicians at risk.
A Senate panel's findings are sure to further escalate partisan tensions about the Lois Lerner scandal.
Opinion: DOJ has been docile in the civil rights realm--and not much better than under Bush.
Brig. Gen. John M. Cho was suspended as head of the Western Regional Medical Command amid allegations of poor care.,The Army suspended the general in charge of military health care in 20 Western states Friday in the latest fallout from allegations of poor patient care and infection control in the vast $52 billion Military Health System.