The federal government shut down at midnight Friday as senators continued to scramble to reach a deal to fund the government. CNN's Phil Mattingly reports.
Towers _ some nearly as tall as Statue of Liberty _ to be built to string power lines visible at Jamestown Island, Virginia, site of first permanent British settlement in North America; $90 million in payouts to blunt impact on historic area
"I am going against normal protocols," said Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo Friday in his first public comments in two months on the Oct. 1 massacre in his city. They came as police released an 81-page preliminary investigative report along with photos of the scene—an atypical move that Lombardo...
It was one of the more infamous (and weird ) neighborhood scraps, and now there's a federal felony charge attached. The Courier Journal reports Rand Paul's neighbor was on Friday charged in connection with the Nov. 3 attack on the senator that occurred as Paul was mowing his Bowling Green,...
Indian officials say a teenage boy and a soldier have been killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the volatile frontier in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The town manager of a rural Maine community says he's that leader of a racial segregationist group, and he believes the United States would be better off if people of different races were to "voluntarily separate."
January 20, 2018 marks the one year anniversary of President Trump taking office. Here is a look back at the ups and downs of 365 days unlike any other in American politics.
PHOTO GALLERY: Amazonian indigenous man in traditional clothing awaits pope's visit in Peru; big-wave surfing in Portugal; Dakar Rally team drives through Argentina mountains.
Friends and fans are bidding farewell to a speedy border collie that became an internet sensation for keeping a northern Michigan airport's runways free of critters