A historic win in women's soccer made team U.S.A. America's newest sports heroes. Carli Lloyd, who scored three times, pulling off the first hat-trick in a women's final, led the United States to their third women's World Cup win. Shout-outs to team U.S.A. came from America's top political leaders.
Jeb Bush said Donald Trump doesn't represent the views of most Republicans, offering his most aggressive comments so far on the real estate titan who's used inflammatory language when talking about immigrants.
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and French Minister of Defense Jean-Yves Le Drain hold a press briefing.
Eric Holder is returning to private law practice, rejoining the same firm where he worked before becoming attorney general.
Team Clinton doesn't trust Democrats' national party structure with money from joint fundraising.
Gunfire rattled, humvees roared and Chinese soldiers dove through flaming hoops in a show marking the anniversary of Hong Kong's return from British rule.
It's one of the nation's most important founding documents but the Declaration of Independence -- the document that paved the way for the creation of the United States -- hasn't always been treated with the care you might expect.
The Lone Star State isn't quite so lonely after earning a spot on an elite list kept by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
It's been more than 10 years since Shirley Reine was found dead in her Falmouth, Massachusetts, home.
The royal baby made her second public appearance as her family made their way to her christening at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, England.
The Royal Danish Air Force released video of an exercise involving an F-16 fighter jet shooting an unmanned aerial drone with guided missiles.
Given increasing longevity and the lack of retirement readiness, more seniors than ever are taking their debts to the grave with them.
A Swiss organization that helps terminally ill people take their own lives and defends their right to refuse medical treatment said on Monday local authorities had allowed it to open another room for assisted suicides.
While Taylor Swift and music-streaming services might have bad blood, they were both extremely popular in 2015, according to a new Nielsen report.