The technology that can give us the world's first affordable and easily pilotable flying car is almost here.
John King highlights a comment by Clinton that suggests he's secretly jealous of the presidents on fiction TV shows.
While House Republicans say every option -- including a government shutdown -- is on the table to counter Presdient Barack Obama's planned executive action on immigration, Colorado Sen.-elect Cory Gardner said shutting down the government is something a "mature governing body" shouldn't even consider.
Sharp angles, fragmented glass, scaffolding, bright lights, looming robotics -- these elements tower over ghostly, apparition-like people scurrying to and from their destinations.
An artist in the Netherlands has created a brilliant tribute to Vincent van Gogh -- a bike path that glows in the dark.
Rob Portman is mapping out a possible presidential run, creating a narrative, talking to fundraisers and looking to change his image from the senator who once ran George W. Bush's budget office to the anti-Obama from Ohio with a serious resume.
For over a decade photographer Matthew Pillsbury has made long exposure photographs using only available light. In his latest exhibition Pillsbury took to the streets of Tokyo to capture the millions of people quietly interacting with their gadgets.
Is the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) finally beginning to feel the pressure? The first signs are emerging that a combination of coalition airstrikes and more assertive Iraqi and Kurdish forces are forcing ISIS to change its behavior, and inflicting serious losses of both territory and fighters.
An Indian drug company executive allegedly tampered with and destroyed evidence after a dozen women died following sterilization surgeries, an official said Friday, broadening the net of those connected with the deaths.
It's a staggering statistic: 43 college students from the same school, all hoping to become teachers someday -- all missing and feared dead.
When President Barack Obama takes executive action on immigration reform by the end of the year, one senior administration official thinks no one will be shocked at what the orders say.
Sen. Rand Paul, a fierce critic of the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs, will oppose the NSA reform bill in the Senate in large part because it includes an extension of the Patriot Act, a senior Paul aide said Friday.