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Journey drummer Deen Castronovo was in jail in Oregon on Tuesday on charges of rape and sexual assault, court officials said.
A group of 50 Girl Scouts are camping out on the South Lawn overnight — and first lady Michelle Obama joined them.
Amber Pangborn, 35, says she was stranded in Plumas County National Forest for three days last week when her car ran out of gas.
The National Security Agency may have been ordered out of the phone records business, but a secret court has said it can go ahead anyway.
A host of correctional officers and prison executives have been placed on leave from Clinton Correctional facility following the escape of two convicted murderers, authorities said Tuesday.
Misty Copeland is the first African-American female principal dancer in the company's 75-year history.
More than 110 people were killed after a military plane crashed in Indonesia on Tuesday, a senior official said.
Fallout from Trump's remarks about immigrants continued Tuesday as Mexico announced it won't be sending a contestant to the Miss Universe contest.
While many Republicans believe 2012 was his best chance to win, the candidate tells NBC's Matt Lauer he wasn't ready to be president back then.
This formal step follows Obama's call to normalize relations and economic ties between the two countries after decades of Cold War hostilities.
Mickelson is not accused of any criminal activity, but he is the unnamed client referenced in a money-laundering case, sources said.
David Sweat says that he and fellow inmate Richard Matt began planning their prison break in January, and used only hacksaws to cut through their cell walls.
Families of two Americans imprisoned in Iranian jails are pleading with officials gathered in Vienna for nuclear talks for their loved ones' release.
The metal spikes will stay in place while the Secret Service tries to figure out a permanent way to stop intruders.
The ASCI survey of U.S. diners shows that ratings for fast food are sagging, but Chick-Fil-A scores high.
North Carolina's string of shark attacks is due to a combination of factors, ranging from ocean salinity to fishing practices, experts say.