Nigerian troops have rescued 338 captives, almost all children and women, from Boko Haram camps in a northeastern forest, the military said …
“We can’t allow them to use the experience they have just gained in Syria back home.”
The force — of Chicago’s City Council, at least — is with George Lucas.
The Fox network has picked up “The 64th Annual Miss Universe Pageant” and domestic rights to air “Miss USA.”
The best thing going for Bradley Cooper’s character in “Burnt” are his bright blue eyes.
A deputy who flipped a disruptive student out of her desk and tossed her across her math class floor was fired on Wednesday.
Ford is recalling 129,000 midsize SUVs in parts of the U.S. and Canada to fix potential fuel leaks.
A trial date has been set for the father of a 5-year-old Pulaski County boy who died in a septic tank.
Also was convicted in August of three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault because the girl was younger than 16.
Federal health officials on Tuesday approved a first-of-a-kind drug that uses the herpes virus to infiltrate and destroy deadly skin cancer …
A malnourished baby otter found stranded on the beach by kayakers in central California is recovering at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
As dogs have filled their social calendars, they’ve had to fill their closets too.
Bush will be grasping for momentum after one of the most trying stretches of his White House campaign.
Officials think more cases of syphilis are going undiagnosed, and the department is trying to raise awareness.
Families are decorating their homes and picking out those trendy costumes as we inch closer to Halloween, but keep safety in mind.
Kansas schoolchildren are faring worse on a test known as the nation’s report card.
The recent discovery of a dead mountain lion in western Kansas brings to five the number of mountain lion confirmations in the state since A…
The Teal Pumpkin Project is meant to protect kids with food allergies.