A former Hawaii governor called on Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) to resign from office Monday, after the congresswoman voted "present" on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Recent reports of people infected with measles visiting five different U.S. airports have prompted fears of potential outbreaks in multiple regions of the country.
President Donald Trump boasted about his "strong" relationship with scandal-plagued Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Friday, after cancelling plans to reinstate steel tariffs on the country.
Police in Denton, Texas arrested a man Thursday after allegedly discovering almost 600 pounds of liquidized methamphetamine during a broken brake light traffic stop.
President Donald Trump's campaign claimed to have collected $10 million in the two days since he was impeached by the House Wednesday, while the campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders reported $1 million raised on debate day Thursday.
A former FBI agent who leads an anti-Muslim hate group has suggested that the U.S. should bomb Mecca in retaliation for the December 6 mass shooting in Pensacola, Florida.
The resignation of Ambassador Tina Kaidanow, a senior advisor on defense trade, was announced Wednesday, making her the fifth top Department of Defense official whose resignation was announced within the last seven days.
A North Dakota man was arrested Monday for allegedly burning a Bible inside a Walmart as part of a plan to steal items from the store, according to police.
Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson compared Senator Elizabeth Warren's past work as a bankruptcy lawyer to the behavior of "Mr. Burns from 'The Simpsons'" on Tuesday.
A right wing evangelical pastor has claimed that teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg is "psychologically disturbed" while suggesting she could be possessed by a "demonic spirit."
A 36-year-old Florida man was reportedly arrested Sunday after allegedly throwing a Pop Tart toaster pastry at his wife's head during a heated argument.
An English conservation group responded angrily to the news that three baby seals died after people refused to heed the warnings of experts who suggested they should not interact with the animals.
A Florida man has been arrested by the FBI after allegedly threatening to burn "millions" of black people to death in an online video.
Former CIA and FBI Director William Webster wrote that President Donald Trump calling FBI professionals "scum" was a "slur against people who risk their lives to keep us safe" in a New York Times opinion piece Monday.
The Trump administration's U.S. Forest Service has allowed Canadian mining company Midas Gold to write their own environmental assessment for a controversial proposed gold mine in Idaho, according to The Associated Press.
A North Carolina man who attempted to use radioactive material to poison another man has been handed a 78 month prison sentence, according to officials.
A bipartisan effort to repeal the so-called "military widow's tax" appears to be headed for success after it was included as a provision of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act.
An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department was arrested and charged Thursday with allegedly fondling a dead woman, after a random check of body camera footage revealed an incident that happened after he thought the camera had been turned off.
American political pundits offered their initial reactions to news that it appears U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party is on course for a landslide victory in the country's general election.
A group of people opposing a New Jersey bill that would outlaw religious or "personal belief" exemptions for vaccines required for schools reportedly refused to leave a transit meeting Monday after being told they were at the wrong hearing.
Authorities are searching for a woman they say claimed to be "psychic" while running an allegedly fraudulent scheme where she promised to "bless" and "double" the money of her victims.
Officials in Illinois threw out the marijuana convictions of over 1,000 people Wednesday, a few weeks before a new law legalizing cannabis is set to take effect in the state.
The client list of presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's early consultancy work has been released and it includes several jobs related to efforts at increasing energy efficiency.
A study of British schoolchildren reveals a lack of understanding about the origins of food, with a third of the children unable to identify the animal pork is made form.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus held a press conference Tuesday calling for flu shots to be provided for detained migrants, after a 16-year-old Guatemalan boy died of the flu while being held by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The top ten names for puppies and kittens in 2019 have been revealed, according to a report in the Orlando Sentinel.
Lawyers for a Georgia newspaper are demanding the makers of the upcoming film 'Richard Jewell' place a disclaimer on it due to an allegedly false portrayal of the paper and a reporter who worked there.
Former Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz has been mocked on Twitter after apparently forgetting to "attach email" to a tweet related to a dispute with a journalist reporting on sex crime allegations against the lawyer.
A homeless man was killed in Los Angeles after three different drivers struck him and left the scene on Thanksgiving day.