The Senate Intelligence Committee is set to vote Thursday to declassify portions of a report on the CIA's post-9/11 controversial detention and interrogation program, which U.S. officials familiar with its findings say will draw a harsh portrait of the agency and the legality of its tactics.
In late 2012, when Neel Kashkari first pondered the idea of running for governor of California, one of the first people he sought out for advice was another Republican who once faced long odds in a big state gubernatorial bid: George W. Bush.
Whether you're training for a marathon or chasing a toddler around the house, there are plenty of reasons to want more stamina.
Why are bison galloping down a highway in Yellowstone Park ... running or running for their lives? Jeanne Moos reports.
It's a new era for Goodyear's iconic blimp. You could call it the Age of the Zeppelin. Cue the guitars!
I have always romanticized the family ski vacation -- that's before I actually started skiing with my own children. What no one warns you about is that skiing with young kids can suck the relaxation right out of you.
An Australian official said the search for the Malaysia Airlines jet could take months or years, and the Prime Minister warned it might not be found.
A Georgia father says he moved his daughter's belongings to their driveway to teach her a lesson about responsibility.
Russia says it wants answers from NATO regarding activities in eastern Europe, after the Western military alliance said it would step up defenses for its eastern members.
Aviation correspondent Richard Quest and Retired Royal Air Force Lt. Col. Michael Kay discuss the criminal investigation.
It's a scene that's becoming all too familiar at Fort Hood: flag-draped caskets for soldiers who've survived war, only to be killed at home.
Fort Hood. For more than four years, the name has been stuck with the ring of mass shooting. On Wednesday it happened again at the Texas military base.