Two BNSF Railway freight trains on the same track collided head-on Tuesday, leading the federal government to open up an investigation of technology compliance.
Russia and Turkey even disagree over whether a letter the Turkish president sent his Russian counterpart is an apology or not.
All Hands Volunteers has enabled more than 35,000 people to bring aid to places ranging from post-Sandy Brooklyn to Ofunato, Japan, after the 2011 tsunami.
The US Supreme Court let stand a July 2015 lower court ruling that a Washington State statute should protect women's access to contraceptives.
The Supreme Court has set out a new standard for what can constitute official corruption.
Despite European Union pressure, Britain isn't in a hurry to trigger the 'exit clause' from the EU.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a ban on gun ownership for those who have been convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor had the unlikely support of a liberal justice.
Preparations are coming down to the wire as Rio de Janeiro braces for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, beginning August 5.
Michelle, Sasha, and Malia are in North Africa and Spain for a six-day tour to highlight education, especially for girls, as USAID commits $27 million to the Obamas' Let Girls Learn initiative.
The Supreme Court will take on the distinction in current immigration law between mothers and fathers when determining a child's citizenship.
Coach Summitt's legendary fierceness and icy personality on the sidelines made her an icon in women's sports.
The International Cycling Union has taken a strong stance against hidden motors at the Tour de France in the wake of other doping scandals including those of past tour winners Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador.
Tim Tebow's displays of his Christian faith on the field have been the subject of both admiration and derision. This time, his prayerful approach has some calling him a hero.