A deadly shooting in Las Vegas was thought to be an episode of road rage among strangers. But it turns out to have been an exchange of gunfire between neighbors.
This week, the New Jersey governor’s chances of sitting in the Oval Office seem to be riding a down elevator. What's behind the slide?
The Seattle Police Officers Guild tells officers they need to adjust to changing times and exhibit tolerance if they want to stay on the force. Is this a big step or an empty promise?
Frigid arctic winds brought record cold to the eastern United States Friday, freezing a New York geyser in midair, trapping a ferry loaded with people in Boston Harbor, and rendering the East Coast 'the coldest place in the world.'
Mother Jones accused Bill O'Reilly of exaggerating his experience reporting from combat zones in an article published Thursday. The Fox News host has dismissed the claim, calling the author a 'liar' and a 'guttersnipe.'
'Brinkmanship,' a staple in the cold-war lexicon, is back in vogue on Capitol Hill. It's now used to describe not just a political game of chicken, but also as a synonym for overall governmental conflict-induced dysfunction.
Condoleezza Rice may top the list of prospects for the US Senate in a new poll, but that doesn't mean she can win in the sixth bluest state in the nation, especially once her role in the Iraq war resurfaces in a rough-and-tumble campaign.
In the latest revelation to come from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Intercept reports that US and British intelligence services hacked into the world’s largest maker of SIM cards used in cell phones and next-generation credit cards.