National News
10000 results total, viewing 1 - 20
Thousands of federal employees, active duty military and civilian defense personnel in Connecticut could stop getting paid if Congress does not fund the federal government before Oct. 1. more
The American soldier who sprinted into North Korea across the heavily fortified border between the Koreas two months ago arrived back in the U.S. early Thursday, video... more
An estimated $925 million jackpot is up for grabs in the next Powerball drawing on Saturday night. more
Vietnamese state media says a climate activist has been sentenced to three years in prison on charges of tax fraud. more
An explosion in the Uzbek capital, Tashkent, has killed a teenage boy and injured at least 162 people. more
A second powerful storm in less than a month has hammered parts of central Greece, sweeping away roads, smashing bridges and flooding thousands of homes. more
Mankombu Sambasivan Swaminathan, a renowned agricultural scientist who revolutionized India’s farming and was a key architect of the country’s “Green Revolution”, has died at 98. more
Spanish police have raided offices of the Spanish soccer federation as part of a judicial investigation into the alleged payment of millions of euros over several years by Barcelona soccer club … more
The three letters Brooks Koepka represents in the Ryder Cup are USA. more
SAG-AFTRA and AMPTP to meet on Monday, resuming strike negotiations. more
Video appears to show the American soldier who sprinted into North Korea across the heavily fortified border between the Koreas two months ago arriving back in the U.S. Pvt. Travis King’s … more
Israel has reopened a main crossing with the Gaza Strip, allowing thousands of Palestinian laborers to enter the country for the first time since sealing it last week. more
Travis King, the American soldier who crossed into North Korea two months ago, is back on U.S. soil. more
The centuries-old card game of bridge is being played at the Asian Games. more
Global shares are mostly lower in subdued trading on looming worries about China property woes. more
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called for an exponential increase in production of nuclear weapons and for his country to play a larger role in a coalition of nations confronting the United … more
If Congress fails to avert a shutdown, South Floridians will still get long-standing benefits such as Social Security and Medicare, but the fate of many other programs and services will hang in the … more
From Sunday, workers at the main United States base in Antarctica will no longer be able to walk into a bar and order a beer, after the federal agency overseeing the research program decided to stop … more
The Republican debate candidates went toe-to-toe on Wednesday night, trading barbs in a race defined by Trump's polling dominance more
A mother in Mexico shielded her son from a brazen bear that jumped up on their picnic table and helped itself to their food — inches away from them. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 500 | Next »