Cuban-American groups opposed to President Barack Obama's plan to normalize relations with the Castro government plan to protest Saturday in Miami.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a satellite phone company by a California couple rescued with their sick 1-year-old from a disabled sailboat that was attempting to circle the world.
Nothing has stopped Santa Claus from making his rounds — apparently not even the threat of global thermonuclear conflict.
The search for documents is on for immigrants who may qualify for a work permit and reprieve from deportation under measures President Barack Obama announced last month.
Low-level arrests remained steady and crime continues to fall even while the NYPD is grappling with its image.
President Barack Obama is kicking off his annual winter vacation in his birthplace of Hawaii.
U.S. stocks are edging higher as the market comes off a massive two-day rally.
The Obama administration has set the first national standards for waste generated from coal burned for electricity. The regulation treats it more like household garbage rather than a hazardous material.
Health officials say the flu is now hitting hard in parts of the country, especially the South and Midwest.
As President Barack Obama sees it, a foreign dictator shouldn't be allowed to start censoring what Americans see and hear.
Health officials are warning consumers to avoid pre-packaged caramel apples. It's because the apples have been linked to four deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in ten states.
Friends and neighbors describe Margo Bronstein as a kind and friendly woman. A manager at the senior housing community where she lives tells the Los Angeles Times that she "doesn't want to be in anyone's way."
Americans travelers can soon legally bring back one of Cuba's most celebrated products, but some limitations remain. Here's a look at some facts and figures surrounding the loosened restrictions on cigars:
Hackers have sent a new email to Sony Pictures Entertainment, praising the studio as "very wise" to cancel the release of "The Interview" and saying Sony's data is safe "as long as you make no more trouble."
President Vladimir Putin says Russia will continue its ambitious military modernization program with a particular emphasis on nuclear strategic forces.
Officials say an Alaska backcountry skier was buried by an avalanche, but he was able to dig his head and arms out of the snow.
Colorado's top law enforcement official promises to vigorously defend the state's historic law legalizing marijuana after Nebraska and Oklahoma asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional, saying the drug is freely flowing into neighboring states.
The Obama administration says it's determined the North Korean government was behind a devastating hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty.
Police say a rifle discharged after a dog apparently stepped on it, injuring a 46-year-old man in northern Wyoming.
Minnesota health officials say two people died and two others became ill this fall after eating prepackaged caramel apples contaminated with the bacterium listeria.
The average price for a gallon of gas has fallen below the $2.50 mark for the first time in about five years. Oil analyst Patrick DeHaan of GasBuddy.com says the price of gas has dropped 41 cents over the last month with the average now at $2.46 a gallon.
Oklahoma officials say two people have died of injuries suffered during an explosion and fire at an oil rig in the southeastern corner of the state.
A week before Christmas, Alaska's largest city should look like a postcard wonderland. It should be the last place you'd expect to see equipment making snow.
A Salvation Army spokesman says someone has dropped a gold tooth into a holiday collection kettle.
4-year-old uses chainsaw to free father pinned under tree. Jamie Innis reports.
Speculation over Hillary Clinton's presidential aspirations grows as she launches a new book tour. Chris Clackum reports.
Police say FedEx driver faked hijacking in plot to steal expensive shoes. Andy Cerota reports.
Troutdale, Oregon Police Chief Scott Anderson and school superintendent Linda Florence give details of this morning's shooting inside Reynolds High School. (KGW)
Police search for three men who brutally beat Detroit man after car crash. Hank Winchester reports. (WDIV)
Iowa police department encourages Craigslist users to carry out transactions at their station. Jannay Towne reports.