The 3-year-old girl who had to be saved from a Durham lake after her father tried to drown her and her siblings died Wednesday.
The number of people applying for or receiving security clearances whose fingerprint images were stolen is now believed to be 5.6 million, n…
The company sparked an angry backlash after it raised the price of a drug for treating a deadly parasitic infection by more than 5,000 perce…
A new court filing from a man who says he was beaten in the Jackson County Jail alleges that corrections officials were slow to tell hospita…
A Kansas State researcher who studies insects says unmanned aircraft can help grow better crops and produce more food.
State geologist: Limit on the injection of saltwater into the ground by oil producers coincided with less intense earthquakes in south-centr…
Was convicted Wednesday of accepting money to care for bodies but failing to do so before the mortuary abruptly closed.
The massive security apparatus protecting Pope Francis on his historic, six-day trip to the United States has gotten its first test.
“They haven’t talked to us in five years, for all the time we’ve been here, so why should we attend a meeting now?”
Pope Francis’ historic visit to the United States continues Thursday when he will address members of the United States Congress.
“I am clearing the way for this fresh start with my resignation.”
It’s been more than seven years since the last time a pope visited the United States.
Pope Francis delivered a strong message against those who doubt the science of climate change.
The baseball world mourns one of its own Wednesday. New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra died late Tuesday of natural causes. He was 90.
Berra played in more World Series games than any other major leaguer, and was a three-time American League Most Valuable Player.
A government shutdown Oct. 1 could immediately suspend or delay food stamp payments to some of the 46 million Americans who receive the food…
Pope Francis arrived Tuesday on the first visit of his life to the United States.
Rather than the nature photographer who positioned the camera, animal-rights activists contend in a novel lawsuit filed Tuesday.