There is a lingering feeling that white Anglo-Saxon stock is endangered by the immigration of inferior, darker peoples.
If your blood type is O negative or B negative, the Red Cross really wants to see you at a blood drive. Soon.
New video footage released by the United States Airforce Europe shows two Russian jets being intercepted.
As Winter Storm Grayson barreled up the East Coast Thursday, the bomb cyclone pummeled the Northeast, causing dangerous floods in Boston.
The U.S. Labor Department has indicated it will broaden the number of occupations that can drug test for unemployment.
Uber and Lyft warn New Year's Eve party-goers that surge pricing will be in effect during the holiday, but many U.S. cities will be offering free rides to those ringing in 2018.
Are passenger trains obsolete?
Nicholas Young was the first law enforcement officer ever to face terrorism charges.
President Trump's Administration appears to be confused about its position on funding Amtrak and rail travel in the United States.
State-level regulations and local authorities have most of the say about how available a drug called naloxone is to the general public.
The Los Angeles transit system is testing TSA technology that screens for explosives.
There's an app for that.
Russia's security service posted images and video of an apartment they said served as a "laboratory" of arms for the detained extremists.
There have been 12 violent ISIS-inspired attacks in the U.S. since 2014.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's office dismisses FBI probe.
An influential think tank has proposed ending 24-hour subway service in New York City—a seismic change to the identity of a city that never sleeps.
The device will look for stars like our own sun and examine planets similar to Earth.
Israel is watching the situation across the Syrian border with interest.
The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., is protesting the rejection of its Christmas ad campaign.
A protest in Islamabad erupted into violence when police arrived to crack down on demonstrators, prompting a TV blackout during the clash.
Water shortages in Jordan pit rich against poor as the country scrambles to serve a booming population.