They are, best as anyone on campus can tell, the only Chinese-language college football broadcasters in the country.
Agriculture officials say six horses have died in North Carolina after eating hay containing blister beetles.
If confirmed, longtime Pentagon official Fanning would be the U.S. first openly gay leader of a military service.
Trump says he wants state-issued conceal carry permits to be valid nationwide, and he says he opposes all restrictions.
A nationwide push allowing schools to buy portable barricade devices has school security and fire experts questioning whether they’re really…
The twister touched down around 6:30 p.m. Friday in Miami County, Kansas, wiping out a few homes.
Russia has indicated that helping Assad’s military is the best way to fight the Islamic State group, but U.S. policy has centered on the ide…
The EPA said that VW skirted clean air laws by using software that enabled 500,000 of its diesel cars to emit fewer pollutants during testin…
The federal government could be headed for a shutdown at the end of the month, over funding for Planned Parenthood. Here’s how that happened…
A sheriff’s deputy in a helicopter shot at a suspected home invasion robber who led authorities on a 100-mph chase Friday.
A suspect has been arrested in a string of shootings along Phoenix-area freeways that have kept drivers on edge for weeks.
Jeb Bush reacted Friday to the latest controversy roiling the GOP race by identifying President Barack Obama as “an American” and “Christian…
It started out as something fun for Doug’s owner, but she’s had so much success promoting him that she was able to quit her Music Row job.
He’s faced a number of life-threating challenges over the years, now he owes his life to his son.
Both chefs were given 50 minutes to prepare an appetizer, entrée and dessert using crickets, cicadas, and other bugs.
Cell phones are a necessity in our lives, but the convenience of constant connectivity could be causing you physical pain.
A spider caused a crash involving a school bus and a “driverless” car.
About 12.3 percent of people in Kansas weren’t covered by health insurance in 2013.