A mistake by a 911 dispatcher is the latest twist in a two-week-old mystery -- the killing of a nationally renowned law professor found shot in the head in his own garage.
GOP leadership delayed summer recess after pulling a bill to deal with the thousands of detained undocumented immigrants.
A split in the GOP is delaying action to ease the border crisis, CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reports.
Marc Randazza says the ESPN commentator fell victim to the "politically correct" police for even suggesting a thought that broke from the accepted narrative on the Ray Rice incident
Raising the minimum wage continues to be one of the Democrats' top economic priorities, insisting that a higher minimum wage is critical to helping lift the working poor out of poverty. Some members of Congress put their money where their mouth is.
The National Institutes of Health will begin testing an experimental Ebola vaccine in people as early as September, the NIH announced Thursday.
A dog passed out from excitement when her owner came home from Slovenia after being gone for two years.
Deadly diseases like Ebola are only a plane ride away. In today's interconnected world, linked by transoceanic flights, one infected person can trigger a domino effect that pays no attention to borders.
In March, single mother Shanesha Taylor, destitute and effectively homeless, was arrested on charges of leaving her children in her car during a 40-minute job interview. The children were unharmed, but Taylor then faced two counts of third-degree felony child abuse -- charges that sparked outrage across the country.
The CDC is warning against any nonessential personnel traveling to the countries affected by Ebola. If Ebola comes to the U.S., our health system is ready.
While practicing for a national motocross competition in 2009, Kent Stephenson's motorcycle suddenly locked up and crashed, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. He was just 21 years old and would never walk again.
CIA Director John Brennan apologized to the Senate Intelligence Committee and admitted the agency spied on computers used by its staffers.
In embarrassing setback, House GOP leaders canceled a vote on the Republican border funding bill Thursday, after failing to muster enough GOP support to pass it.
Rep. Steve King, (R) Iowa, defends comments he made about likening immigrant children to drug smugglers.
Rep. Steve King talks about the possibility of getting a solution to the border crisis before Congress leaves for break.
The story of a former high school football player from Vero Beach, Florida, highlights the risk of Syria's war recruiting jihadists from the West, writes Peter Bergen
CIA Director John Brennan apologized to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday and admitted the agency spied on computers used by its staffers who prepared an investigation of the controversial post 9/11 CIA interrogation and detention program.