At least eleven deaths — including four people who died overnight in California — were blamed on the deep freeze that continued to grip the U.S. on Friday, canceling hundreds of flights and leaving tens of thousands of people without power.
Outside the Capitol, activists are going weeks without food in hopes to compel the House to bring a long-stalled immigration reform bill to a vote. “We are moving the power of God's hands for this country," one striker said.
Jameis Winston, the sensational first-year quarterback of the top-ranked Florida State Seminoles and the leading candidate to win the Heisman Trophy, will not be charged in a sexual assault investigation, the state attorney announced Thursday.
They floated down from the sky Sunday — 2,000 mice, wafting on tiny cardboard parachutes over Andersen Air Force Base in the U.S. territory of Guam.
This holiday season, the town of Silver Spring, Md., is putting a twist on the traditional idea of a Christmas tree display — and helping neighbors in need in the process.
From the White House to the halls of Congress, U.S. government officials have responded to the death of Nelson Mandela with a hail of testimonials to the late South African president’s leadership in the struggle for freedom and human rights.
A Georgia man found himself in handcuffs after charging his electric car outside his son's middle school in what police alleged was unlawful “theft” of county power worth roughly five cents.