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President Barack Obama says the U.S. can meet his goal of resettling 10,000 Syrian refugees by Sept. 30, the end of the federal budget year.
The first commercial U.S. test to diagnose Zika virus won emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration Thursday.
Six people were being evaluated after being exposed to the powder.
Johnathan Lee Iverson, Ringmaster of Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus, announces an 'Elephant Brunch', an event where Kids of al
The White House unveiled a series of initiatives to improve the way the government collects payments on education loans. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.
Officials at a Palm Beach zoo on Thursday further explained their decision-making process in the wake of a zookeeper being fatally mauled.
The Mister Softee song, officially titled "Jingle and Chimes," was written in 1960 for the company started in Waas' hometown of Philadelphia.
A mumps outbreak at Harvard University that began in early March has climbed to 41 cases as of Thursday, and could impact the school's graduation.
A Baltimore TV station was evacuated Thursday after an oddly-dressed intruder entered the lobby and said he had information to share.
Nicole Goodlett was reported missing on March 12, 2014.
Amazon's revenue topped analysts' expectations by a wide margin as the Prime loyalty program helped the online retail giant attract more customers.
The U.S. Secret Service plans to raise the height of the White House security fence and add a new concrete foundation, according to an agency report obtained by NBC Washington.
Robert Clark Rhodes II surrenders to authorities in Polk County, Iowa. Rhodes is accused of helping rig at least two state lottery jackpots.
Sammy Lamar doesn't have to worry about who to ask to the prom after every girl in the senior class invited him at once.
Birth rates among black and Hispanic teenagers have plunged over the past decade, but they are still far more likely than whites to have babies.
The indictment was announced during a preliminary hearing in the case.
Robert Rhodes faces two counts of fraud for allegedly helping a former lottery official rig jackpots.
The couple was found shot to death next to a note that read: "Sorry, my first killing was clumsy."
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn no longer has a position in Apple, he told CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Thursday.
Once the province of hillbillies and hustlers distilling in stealth during the Prohibition, moonshine is now a popular product that you can easily get