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The results are in for YouTube's biggest hits this year: The site unveiled its lists of the top 10 trending videos and the top 10 music videos.
The passage of a so-called heartbeat bill in Ohio has sparked outrage. But a proposed 20-week ban might pose a greater risk to abortion access.
Donald Trump intends to select Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, an oil industry ally who questions climate change's impact, to lead the EPA.
General Barry McCaffrey spoke out against Gen. Michael Flynn who he supported for serving as National Security Adviser, saying his recent tweets "border on the demented."
A mysterious device is being used by thieves to break into vehicles via remote access obtained by just standing near you.
Lucy Richards, 57, was indicted on four counts of 'transmitting threats in interstate commerce,' the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
The attack on Pearl Harbor went on to become a defining moment for the U.S. when brave Americans stood up to fight and put their lives on the line.
The chilly air that invaded in the plains is now making a march across the country with cities everywhere from Minneapolis to Dallas.
South Korea's opposition-controlled parliament introduced an impeachment motion Thursday on President Park Geun-hye, setting up a likely vote Friday on whether to suspend her powers over a huge political scandal. If impeached, the country's Constitutional Court will have up to 180 days to determine whether to formally end Park's presidency.
Trump took to Twitter to attack Carrier's union boss, lashing out at another critic via his favored social media platform.
Questions have been raised how complaints of illegal housing and structures were handled before the fire that left 36 people dead in Oakland, Calif.
The ruling seals Republican Donald Trump's narrow victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton for Michigan's 16 electoral votes.
Donald Trump is stocking his White House with fellow billionaires.
Smoke poured up two staircases, trapping 36 people who didn't realize an inferno was roaring below, officials said.
While his colleagues noted his achievements, they called him 'friend' and spoke of his character: passionate, full of integrity and trustworthy.
Glenn, 95, was admitted to the hospital more than a week ago, a spokesman for the John Glenn College of Public Affairs said in a statement.
Not everyone loves it, but the Senate, in an unusual show of unity, passed a comprehensive bill funding medical research and regulation.
Pfizer and Flynn Pharma charged 'excessive and unfair prices' for the drug used by 48,000 people in Britain, regulators said.
Chuck's obsession tonight is empty promises - specifically the ones that a political party out of power makes when they want to be in power.
The gunman escaped and was considered extremely dangerous. A $20,000 reward was offered for the capture of suspect Minguell Kennedy Lembrick, 32.