Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, a blind Egyptian cleric who was convicted in 1995 along with nine followers of a conspiracy to blow up the United Nations, died in prison Saturday
Gun rights supporters and state Republican lawmakers are fighting huge gun permit fee increases proposed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, saying they would price many people out of being able to exercise their Second Amendment right to bear arms
President George W. Bush’s book “Portraits of Courage” includes the story of Sergeant Josh Hansen, who was severely injured during his second deployment in Iraq. After a tough recovery period, Hansen partnered with his wife to found a nonprofit called Continue Mission which helps improve mental health and prevent suicide among veterans.
The Lightseekers mobile game layers together smart action figures, augmented reality and collectable cards. Here's a quick explanation of how it all meshes together.
From The New York Times: T magazine's market director Malina Joseph Gilchrist recaps the fall/winter 2017 collections from New York.By: By JORDAN FULLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2luNdIp
Two of President Donald Trump's sons arrived in the United Arab Emirates for an invitation-only ceremony Saturday to formally open the Trump International Golf Club in Dubai.
Rep. Chris Collins, R-NY, discusses Donald Trump's Thursday press conference, which he says was largely about Trump's frustration with the news media. Collins also discusses health care reform.
In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) points to the lessons of history to show how important a free press is for a strong democracy.
The California Department of Water Resources says the level of Lake Oroville continues to fall despite the stormy weather, and the amount of water flowing down the spillway continues to be cut
A yearlong academic study of sex trafficking in Las Vegas is providing a glimpse into a shadowy world beneath the neon glow where underage girls, threatened by pimps, solicit for business in casinos, on streets and online
Watchdog groups that keep tabs on digital privacy are concerned about reports that U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are searching the electronic devices of travelers arriving in U.S. airports