A Tennessee woman says she made a grisly discovery while hunting for Easter eggs in her back yard with her 3-year-old son: a dead body.
Eight million people have signed up for health care through new insurance exchanges, President Barack Obama said Thursday, besting expectations and offering new hope to Democrats who are defending the law ahead of the midterm elections.
Police have blown up two unattended backpacks found near the Boston Marathon’s finish line. They say they’ve taken a man into custody in connection with them.
The deadline for filing taxes is midnight Tuesday. Here are five things to consider as the deadline nears.
A look at the city of Boston one year after three people were killed and more than 260 injured when two bombs went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
A man in his 70s opened fire Sunday outside of a Jewish community center and nearby retirement community, killing three people, authorities said.
Images of a forced cattle roundup on a rural Nevada range sent ripples through the West on Friday, prompting elected officials in several states to weigh in, militia members to mobilize and federal land managers to reshape elements of the operation.
The California Highway Patrol says the drivers of a FedEx delivery truck and a bus carrying high school students on a college visit are among the nine people killed in a fire.
Officials say the high school students involved in a deadly bus crash on a Northern California freeway were participating in a program that invites low-income or first-generation students to visit Humboldt State University.
The hurler — who slipped in without a ticket — was immediately subdued and taken into custody. It’s not the first time objects have been thrown at a politician.
President Barack Obama praised outgoing Health and Human Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for helping to steer his health care law’s comeback after a rocky rollout, even as he nominated a successor.
President Barack Obama lands in Austin to deliver the Civil Rights Summit keynote address at the LBJ Presidential Library.
Reflecting on the unique power of the office he holds, President Barack Obama on Thursday honored Lyndon B. Johnson as leader who seized the presidency’s opportunity to bend the currents of history and fulfill America’s founding promises of equality.
Perhaps no historical analogy irks the White House more than the comparisons between Presidents Barack Obama and Lyndon Johnson, two Democrats who occupied the Oval Office a half-century apart.
Wednesday’s service at Fort Hood was an emotional one for family and friends of those in the line of fire. More than 3,000 soldiers and family came to hear the president and pay their own respects. A sad, loyal duty they are getting used to.