Bush 41, 43 Do Not Plan to Endorse Donald Trump
Trump is the last man standing in the GOP race.
Feds Join the Investigation Into Prince's Death
The U.S. Attorney's Office and the DEA will work with local authorities.
Inside Kasich's Last-Minute Decision to Drop Out
Why Kasich decided to suspend his campaign after staying in this long.
How We Got Here: Trump's Rise by the Numbers
A look at how Donald Trump won votes and momentum over the GOP's primary season.
Judge Says Clinton May Be Deposed in Email Case
A judge ruled the Former Secretary may need to talk about private email.
Elizabeth Warren Rips Into Trump After His Indiana Victory
The Massachusetts senator is not too keen on a Trump White House.
North Korea's First Communist 'Party Congress' in 36 Years
Kim Jong-un expected to boast about his successes, but why now?
Justice Department Says NC's 'Bathroom Law' Violates Civil Rights
The North Carolina law has been controversial from the beginning.
Donald Trump Says He Won’t Self-Fund General Election Campaign
The soon-to-be nominee is reneging on a core campaign tenant.
Alaska Plane Struck Bald Eagle Before Fiery Crash That Killed 4
The bird's remains were sent from Alaska to D.C. for identification.
Appalachia's Swing From Clinton to Trump Country
Clinton faces an uphill battle in Appalachia, a growing base for Trump.
Trans Woman Records Stranger's Tirade Before Alleged Attack on Subway
"This kind of thing actually happens to me all the time," Pearl Love said.
Trump Teases Possible VP Requirements
There are quite a number of people who could fit the bill.
Fired Employee Kills Co-Worker, Self at Houston-Area Company
Authorities say an employee dismissed last month from a transportation company near Houston opened fire inside the facility,...
China Accuses Pentagon of 'Blowhard Performance' in Port Snub
In Hong Kong kerfuffle, state-run paper criticizes U.S.'s "series of tricks."
Clinton Leads Trump by Double Digits in New National Poll
Poll comes as Ted Cruz drops out of race.
Company Expands Frozen Vegetable and Fruit Recall
The voluntary recall is being made in cooperation with the FDA and CDC.
Complaint Details Kidnapping Death of Girl on Navajo Nation
Details of the final moments of the life of an 11-year-old girl found slain on a reservation in New Mexico emerged Wednesday...
Chimp Victim's Body Rejecting Face Transplant
She underwent a face transplant five years ago.
Rumer Willis: Digitally Editing My Jaw Is a Form of Bullying
Rumer Willis says those who feel the need to digitally edit her photos in an effort to improve her looks are participating in...
Dolly Parton Marrying Again for 50th Anniversary
She and husband Carl Dean are renewing vows for the Golden anniversary.
Martin Delivers Winning Hit, Blue Jays Beat Rangers 4-3
Russell Martin singled home the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Texas 4-3 on...
Alberta Declares Emergency as Fires Threaten Canada Oil Town
Alberta declares a state of emergency as crews frantically held back wind-whipped wildfires that have already torched 1,600...
Tampa Bay Rays Hit 4 Home Runs and Beat Dodgers 8-5
Steve Pearce hit one of four Tampa Bay homers, a go-ahead three-run shot in the sixth inning, and the Rays beat the Los...
Obama Tells Flint Residents, 'I've Got Your Back'
President Barack Obama is promising the people of Flint, Michigan, that he will make sure leaders at all levels of government...
3 for All: Cavaliers Make Record 25 3-Pointers, Rout Hawks
The Cavaliers set an NBA record by making 25 3-pointers in a 123-98 rout of the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 of their playoff...
California Raises Legal Age to Buy Tobacco From 18 to 21
The governor of California has signed a bill raising the legal age to buy tobacco for smoking, dipping, chewing and vaping...
Taylor Swift Enjoys a Pizza Party With Pals
See all the best, most notable photos from the life of the pop icon.
Flint's Water Crisis Back in the National Spotlight
Obama will visit Flint, Michigan, and deliver remarks to a local high school.
The Impact and Effects of El Nino
Draughts triggered by El Nino are causing severe food and water shortages.
Malia and Sasha Obama Through the Years
The first mom and daughters watch Chinese dancers.