You know what they say: It's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt.
Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell is more than a little aggravated with the Senate Conservatives Fund, and who can blame him.
It's lunchtime at Oakland High School in Oakland, Calif., and that means fence hoppers. Several kids wear mischievous grins as they speedily scale a 12-foot-high metal perimeter.
Do airline frequent fliers have any legal rights when they get into disputes over their club memberships?
The investigation into the cause of a New York train derailment that killed four people has begun, even as workers sift through wreckage to be sure they've found everyone on the seven-car train.
There's a question that's looming over the new skyscraper at the World Trade Center site in New York: Should it count as the tallest building in the country?
On a quiet fall morning in the Delaware countryside, a lone sustained whistle pierces the air.
Most American say they aren't directly affected by the shutdo
An estimated 7 million people have been shut out at 12 of the busiest and biggest U.S.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki warned lawmakers on Wednesday that the partial government shutdown means that about 3.8 million veterans will not receive disability compensation next month
The author is a Syrian citizen in Damascus who is not being further identified for safety reasons.
Now that President Obama has turned to Congress for authorization to launch punitive military strikes against the Syrian government for using chemical weapons, can he get it?
A transcript of President Obama's remarks on possible U.S. military action in Syria, as released by the White House:
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Israeli and the Palestinian negotiators will sit down to peace talks in Washington on Monday, picking up from where they left off five years ago, the State Department says.
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