It wasn’t long ago that the woman arrested in the deadly Las Vegas Strip sidewalk crash seemed to be doing well for herself.
The far-flung attacks claimed by Islamic State militants and the intensifying global effort to crush them was voted the top news story of 2015.
SpaceX sent a Falcon rocket soaring toward orbit Monday night with 11 small satellites. Then in an even more astounding feat, it landed the 15-story leftover booster back on Earth safely.
When senators clock out at the Capitol, their hobbies include everything from python hunting to Taylor Swift concerts.
The Chicago-area woman died in a Texas county jail last summer.
If convicted at a general court-martial, U.S. Army Sgt. Bergdahl could get life in prison on the misbehavior charge and up to five years for desertion.
December 21st marks the busiest day of the year for the United States Postal Service, with some 30 million packages going out across the globe.
All five people said they ate at a Chipotle the week before they got sick.
Celebrating turned to shouts of fraud seconds later as host Steve Harvey announced on live television from Las Vegas that he had mistakenly read from the cue card.
The settlement deal came in a 2012 class-action lawsuit that alleged JPMorgan Chase issued false and misleading statements regarding its trading activity.
The “Star Wars” fan says he chose Darth Vader for his new name because the character carries an aura of leadership and toughness.
The troops were killed Monday when an attacker rammed an explosives-laden motorcycle into their patrol in a village near the airfield. The Taliban has claimed responsibility.
Medical groups and gay activists have long said the ban could no longer be justified, based on modern testing methods.
The suit claims Cosby drugged and had sex with a woman several times after they met on a children’s educational TV show in 1983.
He is planning to make the official announcement in an email to supporters Monday morning.
A Boy Scout leader was pulled into a cave by a bear in northern New Jersey but beat the animal away with a rock hammer while the three Scouts with him called for help, authorities said.
About a dozen times in the last decade, sophisticated foreign hackers have gained enough remote access to control the operations networks that keep the lights on, according to top experts who spoke only on condition of anonymity.
In an interview with NPR, Obama said the failure to keep the public informed has contributed to fears that not enough is being done.
A look back at some of the stories that made national headlines in 2015.
Authorities say the woman repeatedly swerved Sunday onto the sidewalk packed with tourists in front of the Paris Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood casino-hotels.