Citing safety concerns, sheriffs from across the United States are asking Google Inc. to turn off a feature in its Waze app that warns users where police officers are located.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is calling on the nation's Congress to dissolve and reform intelligence services, The Associated Press reports.
The first successful filibuster of the new Congress was bound to happen eventually. The victim? Keystone XL.
At least 10 people are dead after a Greek F-16 fighter jet participating in a NATO training exercise crashed at Spain's Los Llanos base.
As Super Bowl XLIX approaches, you might recall the NFL hasn't had the best track record on domestic violence this season.
The largest autism genome sequencing has produced an unexpected finding: Siblings with autism only share the same genes 31 percent of the time, according to a study published Monday in Nature Medicine.
Michelle Obama would be proud: Cadets at the military's largest dining hall can't get enough fresh broccoli and asparagus.
A political network overseen by the billionaire Koch brothers plans to spend a staggering $889 million on the 2016 election.
Former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling on Monday was convicted of leaking to a New York Times reporter classified information about a plan to undermine Iran's nuclear program.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder.
The FBI announced Monday that it has charged three people with connection to a Russian spy ring. Authorities said that the defendants tried to recruit New Yorkers as intelligence sources.
Students at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. have the opportunity to participate in an essay competition to honor Saudi Arabia's controversial King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz, who died last Friday at the age of 90.
Mattel's CEO, Bryan Stockton, was fired on Monday after the company reported a 59 percent drop in profits.
Uber announced Monday that it would cap its surge prices in New York for this week's blizzard. "Due to the State of Emergency declared in New York City, prices will not exceed 2.8x the normal fare," Uber said in an email.
The Congressional Budget Office said Monday that the budget deficit should this year shrink to its lowest level as a percentage of the economy since 2007.
Sam Smith's 2014 hit "Stay with Me" bore striking similarity to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' 1989 hit "I Won't Back Down," and now Smith is paying the price.
Standard & Poor's on Monday cut Russia's credit rating to junk status, the first time in a decade it has done so.
KFC's new "Double Down Dog" is exactly what it sounds like: a hot dog with fried chicken in lieu of a bun, covered in cheese.
New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts declared states of emergency Monday as a massive blizzard churned into the region.
A giant asteroid is headed straight toward Earth, but NASA says not to worry. The asteroid, 2004 BL86, will be about 745,000 miles from Earth, which is roughly three times as far away as the moon is.