A new survey found a majority of Americans are pretty confident President Donald Trump is equipped to decide the next steps in Syria.
Roughly 564,800 Americans die each year from cancer, or more than 1,500 people a day.
When the going gets tough, Americans used to get up and go. Not today they don't.
Congressmen demand data as they debate the merits of NSA's Section 702 authority, intended for foreigners.
Essential "Newsweek" articles about Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, ahead of their only debate.
'I wouldn't be able to stand it if my grandchildren had to be scared and worried the way too many children across our country feel right now,' Democratic nominee says.
About 34 million Americans currently don't have access to high-speed internet.
The top lawmaker on the intelligence committee in the House said the explosion was close to U.S. airline counters.
Possible motives could include ransom or a prisoner swap, according to U.S. officials familiar with the investigation.
A Gallup poll found that 67 percent of Americans believed more attacks were "very likely" or "somewhat likely."
The president says the nation is being protected and urges Americans to enjoy Thanksgiving.
The statistic comes from a new report by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Despite subsidies, the perception that a plan will be too costly has kept many uninsured.
New Pew Research Center study shows 30-49-year-olds using cell phones and social at similar rate to 18-29 year olds.
Instead of catching tax cheats, the new laws are rendering hardworking Americans noncompetitive and making everyday affairs near impossible.