Prosecutor: Cases against telescope protesters to be tossed after judge's ruling against ban
Navy's top officer tells sailors service is considering expanding paternity leave
The case of a 74-year-old British man sentenced to 350 lashes in Saudi Arabia for having wine comes at a strained time for Saudi-UK relations.
Snapchat winds down own Snap Channel on Discover platform, about a dozen layoffs possible
In New Hampshire, Bush offers a 'conservative vision' of health care insurance for the future
Less skin: Playboy to stop running nude photos; 'It's just passe' in the age of online porn
A minute of silence for the victims of the Ankara bombing was interrupted at a Turkish football game by a whistling crowd.
ACLU sues 2 psychologists over harsh CIA interrogation tactics of al-Qaida prisoners
Small plane crashes into Florida mobile home park; at least 2 homes catch fire
University of Washington chooses 1st Latina as its permanent president
Catastrophic earthquakes are a rare but devastating occurrence in the U.S. Here are the top ten most lethal earthquakes the U.S. has ever suffered.
AP Exclusive: Clinton's homemade server risked hacking, ran software that could be exploited
Lawmakers, interest groups hope California's sweeping new social policies will set the trend
US stocks mixed as investors assess earnings, deal news; Twitter climbs on cost-cutting
Lorenzo Clark isn't yet facing murder charges in connection with the shooting of Memphis Police Officer Terence Olridge due to a lack of evidence.
Jamaica's Marlon James wins Booker Prize for Marley-inspired 'Brief History of Seven Killings'
Here comes the paramedic _ in a wedding dress: Bride responds to crash on way to reception
Prosecutors: Cleveland trucker charged with aggravated murder in 4 slayings a serial killer
Facebook added a filter to prevent your bad memories from creeping up in its On This Day app.
NSA official, Utah congressman defend federal agency's role to combat cyber-attacks
SOS via SMS: Suicide prevention groups expanding texting options for young people in despair
Union: Chronic shortage of air traffic controllers has reached a crisis, will cause delays
As one of the few developed countries still using the death penalty, the U.S. has run into some problems with how it carries out executions.
The Latest: 2016 Democratic presidential candidates arrive at site of their 1st debate
Israel leader vows 'aggressive steps' against Palestinians as wave of violence worsens
Couple charged with fatally beating son in central New York church; 4 charged with assault