The Latest: General Motors, United Auto Workers union plan to donate $3 million to support increased health and education services for Flint children who have been exposed to lead
Once a year, thousands of clipboard-toting volunteers fan out across some of the nation's largest cities on a cold winter's night, tasked with a deceptively complex job: to count the number of homeless people on the streets
Police received a call about a man acting suspiciously early Tuesday morning. When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s on fire.
The Obama administration is planning to create a new high-level federal official to coordinate cybersecurity across civilian agencies and to work with military and intelligence counterparts as part of its 2017 budget proposal announced Tuesday
The state Environmental Protection Agency says the latest round of tests in a northeast Ohio village have found high levels of lead in tap water at 11 of the 180 homes where owners voluntarily submitted samples
President Barack Obama is releasing his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus document that's freighted with liberal policy initiatives and both new and familiar tax hikes
President Vladimir Putin's former bodyguard, who recently has been named a regional governor, says he once confronted a bear outside Putin's residence
The defense is urging jurors not to be swayed by emotion at the trial of a rookie New York police officer who shot an unarmed man in a public housing stairwell in 2014
Authorities have charged a 22-year-old man with attempted murder, aggravated assault and battery after a series of attacks in Florida.
A man in Indian may be the unlucky first person to be killed by a meteorite in modern times. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Lawmakers responsible for scrutinizing Britain's intelligence agencies say there are not enough privacy safeguards in plans to strengthen government powers to spy on the Internet
New research says guns, drugs and cars contribute substantially to the life-expectancy gap between the United States and other developed nations
The daughter of a South Vietnam pilot killed during the Vietnam war has searched for 30 years for the paintings her father made for the U.S. Air Force aviators who trained him
A squirrel caused a power disruption in Tulsa, Oklahoma for over 5,500 people. Apparently that's not a rare occurrence. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Former Mexico President Felipe Calderón spoke out against Donald Trump's proposed wall on the southern border. Here's a hint: He's not having it.