Invasion of Alaska? Yes. It seemed like a real possibility in 1950.
A New York special education teacher accused of killing her severely disabled 8-year-old daughter by withholding food and medical care could inherit nearly $1 million from the girl's trust fund — even if she's convicted.
Leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees on Sunday prodded President Barack Obama to take decisive action against what they say are growing threats from Islamic State militants on U.S. soil.
A Peace Corps-style program is challenging new MBAs to bring their skills to America’s small businesses.
The Senate Intelligence chairwoman says the United States needs to confront ISIL right away.
He says that after aiding in the fight against ISIL, those troops should remain only in a support role.
He says the U.S. has good legal tools to hinder citizens who are known associates of ISIL.
A Lego toy brick has helped Utah police crack a 23-year-old cold case, Fox 13 reported.
It took decades of mismanagement, malfeasance and meltdowns in its bread-and-butter manufacturing sector for Detroit to hit fiscal rock bottom.
They were killed in Wisconsin, New York and California.
A stripper in Florida is facing criminal charges after hanging up on a deputy from the Pasco Sheriff’s Department who called about the woman’s missing 10-year-old daughter.
He declined to say which potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate he'd support.
The Senate Foreign Relations chair says the West should provide Ukraine with "defensive weapons."
The number of temps has reached a new high, and many are working in more dangerous situations than full-time workers.
His comments come after Britain raised its terror threat level last week from "substantial" to "severe."
Two female basketball coaches turned a Catholic secondary school into Horndog High, bedding students for years under the watch of a skirt-chasing athletic director, according to an alleged victim and three school sources.
A new report on the hedge funds industry underscores quite how large it is: $2.6 trillion across 11,000 funds.
Two wildfires sparked by lightning nearly three weeks ago were still growing on Saturday while threatening as many as 250 homes in far Northern California.
Lawmakers and advocates hope public outcry spawns reforms to prevent similar tragedies.
The would-be candidates tout their small-government bona fides and hammer Clinton.