A man who the Secret Service says scaled a White House fence and dashed into the executive mansion before being caught inside carrying a folding knife is expected to take a plea deal.
A blind dog is helping musher Kelly Maixner find the Iditarod finish line in western Alaska.
The patient is the 10th person with Ebola to be treated in the U.S. and the second admitted to the NIH Clinical Center. It has one of the few containment facilities nationwide set up to treat Ebola patients.
Dozens gathered for a candlelight vigil Thursday night, where they expressed sympathy for the wounded officers. They also prayed for peace as Ferguson moves forward in the wake of a scathing Justice Department report on racial bias in its law-enforcement practices.
Gary, Indiana is one of six cities that will participate in a federal pilot program aimed at reducing racial bias and improving ties between police and communities,
Dr. Nancy Snyderman has decided to leave NBC News. She came under fire after it was reported that she broke her Ebola quarantine.
Two Ferguson, Missouri police officers were shot outside the police department early Thursday morning.
We are beginning to learn the identities of the Marines and soldiers killed in the Black Hawk crash in Navarre, Florida.
The proposal last month by a government advisory committee also relegates the health benefits of lean meat to a footnote to the main recommendations.
U.S. military and intelligence officials are voicing increasing pessimism about a key tenet of the Obama administration’s strategy to dislodge the Islamic State group and stabilize Iraq.
The latest weapon is aimed at websites riddled with “unwanted software” — a term that Google uses to describe secretly installed programs that can change a browser’s settings without a user’s permission.
Federal regulations require motor carriers to conduct background investigations before hiring truckers, but the companies have wide discretion when deciding whether to hire someone with poor driving records or criminal convictions.