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A drone landed inside the White House grounds early Monday, a federal law enforcement official told NBC News.
Towns and cities situated near the shore from Delaware to Maine were under coastal flood watches, warnings and advisories.
Walker makes a splash, Romney and Bush are targets and Common Core looms large.
Some 50,000 Holocaust survivors live below the poverty line in Israel, according to a charity.
The Secret Service discovered a drone inside the White House grounds early Monday morning after it had landed in a tree.
The number of spills hit a new high last year, though the volume of oil spilled fell sharply from 2013.
Here's a look back at the five biggest storms to ever hit New York City, according to the Weather Channel.
The Northeast is bracing for a crippling winter storm, with up to three feet of snow expected in some places. White-out conditions are set to make travel impossible. Al Roker reports.
Miss Colombia, Paulina Vega, was crowned Miss Universe in Miami on Sunday night, while Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, came in second.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has taken a critical first step on the path to a potential presidential run.
While Americans gear up for likely historic snowfall, they should also prepare for a blizzard of the latest meteorological buzzword: bombogenesis.
From a potentially record-breaking storm to a new Miss Universe, see the stories we're following.
Of all the stories of survival from Auschwitz concentration camp, Gena Turgel's is one of the most astonishing.
Japan promised to keep using diplomatic channels to secure the release of an ISIS hostage - but admitted it yet to make contact with his kidnappers.
Greece's new leftwing leader has promised to end "five years of humiliation and suffering" from austerity demanded by the E.U. and IMF.
A mom was arrested Sunday after her three children were found with life-threatening knife wounds, police in Washington state said.
A small group of Holocaust survivors have traveled to Auschwitz-Birkeanau concentration and death camps to mark the anniversary of its liberation.
A "device" was found on the lawn of the White House, President Barack Obama's press secretary said Monday.