A new poll shows the majority of Americans believe equality trumps religious beliefs in the case of the Kentucky county clerk.
The President took questions from service members in a televised "Worldwide Troop Talk"
Newsweek's reporting on the aftermath of the attack captured the national climate during one of the most important periods in American history.
Fourteen years after 9/11, a complex honoring the passengers and crew opens in Pennsylvania
The letter did not name any specific candidates, but it's clear who was the target.
The former secretary of state promises to increase military support for Israel if elected.
The Super Bowl/Deflategate quarterback and the GOP frontrunner, both stars of the summer's news cycles, are also apparently friends.
Kobe Bryant appeared on Shaquille O'Neal's podcast this week, bringing their long feud to a quiet end
The appearance of a dead whale in the Bay Area city is the latest development in an ongoing trend.
The Cincinnati Zoo is just awaiting final approval from U.S. Fish and Wildlife.
The fight against the ebola epidemic has ended in the country, for now.
Over the weekend, the vice president made several steps toward a run.
A Berkeley graduate student made headlines for teaching a class on 'Game of Thrones.'
The state's Department of Fish and Wildlife has attained video evidence of a family of wolves
With Trump's poll numbers suddenly looking competitive for the general election, it's high time we look back at what sort of media coverage he was getting four years ago.
An early draft of a document related to the Iran nuclear agreement reveals protocol for the inspection of Parchin
Is Donald Trump's latest proposal remotely legal?
What started as a Twitter hashtag has managed to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Sam tweeted that he is stepping away from the game for personal reasons.
It will be the former 'SNL' cast member's first appearance on the show since he was involved in a deadly car crash in June of 2014.