Donald Trump's latest attack takes center stage at Thursday's Republican debate.
In the Obama administration's largest-ever single transfer of prisoners from the Guantanamo detention facility, ten men were sent to Oman late Wednesday.
Marissa Shephard, 20, "could be anywhere" according to Canadian police, although both her alleged accomplices have been caught.
As tensions between the two Middle Eastern powers intensify, is there actually a chance of a shooting war breaking out? And how disastrous would that be?
Experts and former drug warriors say the debacle represents a stunning blow against the US government's efforts to punish those who profit from the global drug trade.
The coordinated assault by suicide bombers and gunmen has left at least seven dead, including five attackers. An Islamic State-allied news agency has claimed that the group is responsible.
This morning, Ted Cruz failed to disclose a $1 million loan from Goldman Sachs, at least seven people have been killed in a bomb blast in Jakarta, US customs have found half a million dollars' worth of weed disguised as carrots, and more.
After being convicted of 162 charges, the scion of a bygone era in organized crime—whom I got to know as he did time in a San Francisco jail—could be done for good.
After a series of reports about dubious (often foreign) cash being stashed in luxury American properties, the feds are responding.
The state had to send troops to help a desperately poor city, because people there cannot use their lead-contaminated tap water.
President Barack Obama has been wishing for a "better politics" for years, but on Tuesday he seemed to admit that it's on the voters to try to make his hope-and-change vision happen.
Today's $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot will provide a windfall for state governments, which often justify lotteries by saying they raise money for education. The truth is far more complex.
A lurid allegation of group sexual assault on a playground is shining a spotlight on a corner of NYC that often makes headlines for gun violence but rarely grips the public imagination.
As drug cartels continue to change their trafficking routes to evade interference by authorities, enforcement agencies are struggling to keep up.
Calle Vangstrup believes it's OK to break the law when that law is unfair or inhumane.
New York City seems safer and richer than ever, but gang violence continues to stump local law enforcement.
The Verne immigration removal center is located on the remote Isle of Portland in Dorset, England. Very few of the migrants locked up there receive visitors, which is terrible for their mental health.
Republicans hated Barack Obama's final hourlong address to the country, Democrats loved it, and Donald Trump thought it was boring.
This morning, ten US sailors detained by Iran have been released, Obama targets Trump in his final State of the Union address, Oregon protestors have been sent a bag of dicks, and more.
In his final SOTU address, an upbeat Barack Obama touted his administration's past achievements but also made several suggestions for a path forward after he leaves office.
The White House is promising something "non-traditional."
The man at the center of the hit Netflix series argues evidence against him was obtained wrongly, and that he was the victim of a series of improper jury procedures.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is getting a shot at the big stage, but State of the Union responses tend to be boring, disastrous, or strangely detrimental to political careers.
As the US flies a nuclear-capable bomber close to North Korea in a show of deterrence, it may find that it has made more security promises than it can reliably keep—at least without nukes.