Thousands of people evacuated from their homes after a train hauling hazardous materials derailed are expected to return home.
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper is being credited with jumping into a moving car and saving a 2-year-old girl.
The National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. is displaying a record setting American flag, and it’s made from Lego bricks.
Even after another month of strong hiring in June and a sinking unemployment rate, the U.S. job market just isn’t what it used to be.
Citing their religious beliefs, a county clerk and her employees are resigning because they now must issue licenses to same-sex couples.
Dummies take one for the team to demonstrate how not to use fireworks ahead of July 4th holiday.
Captain Ben Chancey was grouper fishing on his kayak in Florida when he got a big surprise.
A heavily armed man arrested at the mall was a soldier who was planning to have photographs taken with the military equipment.
The new company will have more than 33 million members
The president saw his legacy strengthen last month with a series of victories on health care, same-sex marriage and trade.
A federal security bulletin means tighter security at July 4th celebrations. Here’s a look at what officials want you to do this weekend.