Two men who lived through the attack by Japanese forces 75 years ago tell their stories.
Republicans unveil a spending bill that would also expedite the likely confirmation of Donald Trump's pick for defense secretary.
At a rally in North Carolina, the president-elect tells fans he'll do a great job and that he hopes the media is "going to write the truth."
About 1,000 students and activists demonstrated during a speech on campus by alt-right leader Richard Spencer.
The 6.5-magnitude earthquake kills dozens of people and collapses scores of buildings, officials say.
Experts worry that foreign governments and special interest groups will book rooms there to curry favor with Donald Trump.
The president says his counterterrorism strategy held to American values and avoided mass troop deployments.
When tech billionaire Masayoshi Son "commits" to a deal creating 50,000 new jobs, the president-elect quickly takes credit for it.
One commentary chides Trump's "inability to keep his mouth shut," while another warns he "will in time learn not to cross China."
The typically neutral network corrects the record after Breitbart News appropriated its data about climate change.
The company issues a statement to clarify its government deal that calls for building future Air Force One planes.
President Obama could make a Senate report on the CIA’s post-9/11 use of torture partially public, a leading House Democrat says.
Dora Linda Nishihara's body is found in her car, which plunged into 12 feet of water at the bottom of the crater.
To reduce the cost gap created by not moving jobs abroad, automation will be used to cut production costs.
Michael Flynn Jr., son of the incoming national security adviser, helped spread the so-called Pizzagate conspiracy.
Chris Suprun previously indicated he would support the president-elect now says he’s "expecting backlash."
The chancellor pushed back on populists seeking to exploit refugees, but set down a tough line on integration.
Comparing financial health, fiscal responsibility, and socioeconomic outcomes such as unemployment.
A study that proposed cutting a huge chunk from the Pentagon budget was covered up amid concerns it would lead to spending being slashed.
The Supreme Court threw out an appeals court ruling that said the company had to pay $399 million for copying Apple's designs.
The operator of the warehouse in Oakland, Calif., where a fire killed many people, is facing intense scrutiny.
Latinos are creating new businesses and increasing headcount at a faster pace than the overall population.
Obama has broadened the legal scope of the war on extremism, the White House confirmed Monday.
Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are joining forces to identify and prevent the spread of terrorist content online.
President Hassan Rouhani warns of unspecified repercussions if Washington reneges on the agreement.
He is Donald Trump's pick for housing secretary, but his stance on housing reflects his lack of background on the subject.
Recovery efforts wind down as officials investigate the cause of the blaze and consider possible criminal charges.
Cubans are left to ponder what life will be like now that the man who ruled for more than five decades has been laid to rest.
Officials say they received no heads-up about the controversial call, which angered China without reaping any benefits for the U.S.
Bana Alabed, a 7-year-old who caught the world's attention with her tweets, is apparently OK after her account briefly disappeared.