Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Utah became the only state to allow firing squads for executions Monday when Gov. Gary Herbert signed a law approving the controversial method's use when no lethal-injection drugs are available.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that two Nissan recalls didn't go far enough to fix a problem with front-seat air bag seat sensors.
Monday, March 23, 2015
WASHINGTON - Republican US Senator Ted Cruz confirmed Monday he will run for president in 2016, the first major candidate to officially declare a bid in the next race for the White House.1 Comment
The U.S. Marine Corps on Sunday urged “vigilance” after a group claiming to be Islamic State (IS) hackers published what they said were the names and addresses of 100 military personnel and urged supporters to kill them.
U.S. President Barack Obama said he takes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “at his word” for saying that an independent Palestinian state will never co-exist with Israel as long as he is in office.
Seven children from the same family died Saturday when their New York home was engulfed in flames after a portable cooker malfunctioned.
The new labeling of the world's most-popular weed killer as a likely cause of cancer is raising more questions for an aerial spraying program in Colombia that is the cornerstone of the U.S.-backed war on drugs.
United States Senator and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz is expected Monday to confirm plans to run for president in 2016, the Houston Chronicle reported Saturday.
A machete-wielding man who was shot during a bizarre rampage at New Orleans' international airport died Saturday afternoon, shortly after authorities revealed that he had also been carrying a bag of Molotov cocktails when the melee began.
When John James Audubon set out to survey the birds of the United States in the early 1800s, people believed the young country's natural resources were infinite.