House Democrats, led by John Lewis, hold a sit-in on the house floor to demand a vote on a gun bill.
The U.S. Coast Guard has recovered one body while searching a debris field believed to be part of a sailboat belonging to a Sarasota man and…
“This is, I’d say, the most important day in the past 20 years, at least for the U.K., and the economic consequences of a vote out are huge,…
Dogs are often referred to as “man’s best friend” but there are times some act violently.
House Democrats held a sit-in to try and force a vote on gun control measures and hold open the legislative session.
New test findings have prompted the IIHS to add a new metric to its “Top Safety Pick” criteria.
Tracking a nice summer day with ‘less hot’ temperatures.
The Shawnee County Districts Attorney’s Office will decide if criminal charges will be filed in a Dornwood Park softball assault.
The alligator responsible for the attack that killed a boy at a Walt Disney World resort has been removed from the Seven Seas Lagoon
For firefighters, being near a fire on a hot day is a daily challenge during the summer.
North Korea took a significant step Wednesday in the development of a powerful ballistic missile intended to reach U.S. bases.
The SUV that rolled down a driveway and killed actor Anton Yelchin was being recalled because the gear shifters have confused drivers, causi…
Former U.S. House Speaker Hastert wheeled himself into a federal prison to serve his sentence in a hush-money case involving revelations tha…
Lightning has killed 74 people, mostly farm laborers working in fields, across eastern and northern India over the past 24 hours.
Missouri has its first openly gay Miss Missouri, and she will represent the state at the Miss America pageant later this year.
Wichita State University has unveiled a new immersive virtual visualization system at its National Institute for Aviation Research.
More than 30 Democratic lawmakers, led by Rep. John Lewis (R-Ga.), seized the House floor today just before afternoon recess, demanding a vo…
The report findings, according to one education advocate, and the decisions reached by Kansas lawmakers are directly related.