A resolution condemning the alt-right and white nationalism has split the annual gathering.
Data, as pundits like to say, is the new oil. And Apple is falling behind its competitors, just as it moves into a gleaming $5 billion headquarters.
An increasing amount of research shows that BMI and weight are not necessarily the main indicators of a person's health.
A warrant has been issued authorizing the arrest of former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver to face a charge of murder for the death of Jordan Edwards.
Every missile system Russia deploys is capable of defeating America's missile defense systems.
In California, thousands of illegal aliens operate cars without insurance or driver's licenses.
Onetime frontrunner has been mired in scandal over allegedly paying his wife for a no-show job.
Moscow is trying to tap the region's massive oil and natural gas reserves and encourage commercial shipping through an Arctic shortcut between European and Asian ports.
Bayrou said at a press conference that the country was at "extreme risk" and needed what he described as an "exceptional response."
"Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!"
GLAAD released its annual "Where We Are on TV" report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
Despite refusing to vote for Trump, northern Virginia congresswoman finds herself tethered to the presidential nominee and in a tough re-election fight.
The release of audio tapes in which the GOP nominee boasts of sexually harassing women is sure to upend the remaining weeks of the presidential campaign.
The poet, essayist and playwright is one of 23 new fellows announced Thursday by the MacArthur Foundation.
"If we have to talk to the devil to guarantee the safety and future of the Mexican people in the U.S., Mexico will talk to the devil," said Mexican Economic Minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal.
Polls show little room between the presidential candidates, who hit the trail for post-Labor Day campaign.
He illustrated a "badly drawn" Donald Trump coloring book, and all the proceeds go to a nonprofit that helps immigrants stay in the U.S.
'This incident had nothing to do with the race of the driver. It had everything to do with the presence of a gun,' says Thomas Kelly, who represents Officer Jeronimo Yanez.