The Buffalo area, now buried under as much as 7 feet of snow, faces the threat of flooding and roof collapses as temperatures begin to rise.
The Los Angeles Auto Show has always been a place for new reveals, and this year the trends skewed towards eco-friendly cars and unusual hybrid designs.
Opponents of President Barack Obama's plan, which makes sweeping changes to the nation's immigration system by use of executive order, focused their criticism on the legal case, saying Obama has overstepped the boundaries of his authority and is ignoring the will of the people.
Reactions to President Obama’s executive action, which could spare 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, are pouring in from both sides.
As the members of the grand jury in Ferguson deliberate, they are living in a community that will be deeply impacted by their decision.
With demonstrations planned from Ferguson to Boston to San Diego, Attorney General Eric Holder urges calm ahead of the grand jury decision.
A collection of President Obama and House Speaker Boehner's best and worst attempts at working together since 2008.
Lawmakers and congressional aides say federal investigators have recovered data that may include lost emails from one of the pivotal figures in the controversy over Internal Revenue Service treatment of tea party groups.
Who knew? Even a world-renowned chef loves a Skeeter Dog.
Pictures tell a story. Each one is said to be worth a thousand words. And they are telling stories in Marion through an ongoing outdoor mural project.
Terror experts discuss complexities in the Middle East that would result in Al Qaeda benefiting from strikes against ISIS
Republican attorneys general in several states say they are weighing legal challenges to President Barack Obama's overhaul of immigration rules.
A wealthy Irish investor must pay $2 million in damages to an Iowa doctor who was cut out of a major ethanol development in eastern Europe, a jury ruled Friday.
A company has bid $6.2 million plus royalties to drill for natural gas and oil under state wildlife conservation land in Tyler County.
As Republicans raise the idea of a court challenge against President Barack Obama's immigration action, White House spokesman Josh Earnest argued Friday that the President's executive orders stand on solid legal ground.
There's a big difference between what President Obama said on immigration, and what he's planning, says Newt Gingrich.