The deadly Listeria recall of vegetables expands to 47 million pounds of frozen chicken and meat products that include veggies.
George Zimmerman was auctioning off the gun used in the shooting of Travyon Martin. The auction was pulled shortly after it began.
About 1,900 police officers and supporters finished a four-day bike ride Thursday to kick off Police Week in honor of fallen officers.
Explore the science and meaning of luck.
A growing battle between Verizon and its striking workers is being waged at hotels in New York City and elsewhere.
The Department of Justice and Department of Education sent letters to schools Friday.
Really, really long. Like, pack a sandwich for your wait long. One Chicago traveler shared a video of his pre-flight security line journey.
Seven decades after he was supposed to graduate, 96-year-old Alfonso Gonzales completed his final unit to earn his bachelor degree at USC.
With new federal guidance aimed at protecting their rights, trans women address the challenges they've faced.
NBC News reported Friday that accounts are emerging, painting a darker picture of the training death.
Sure it’s a lot of money but this Santa Monica home is beachfront, with a huge expanse of white sand and an impeccable pedigree.
Revolutionary technology is making it easier to identify bacteria outbreaks and track down their sources. That's why you see more recalls.
Police on Saturday morning finally arrested a Massachusetts man who allegedly held a family at knife-point almost two decades ago.
Passengers from the Rio Grande Valley were reportedly headed to the Kickapoo Casino in Eagle Pass when the accident occurred.
Homeland Security chief unveils strategy to increase security and reduce wait times at airports.
Thomas Manning, a 64-year-old bank courier for Halifax, lost his penis to cancer and was the recipient of the transplant.
Called the fan-first menu, some of the items include $2 soft drinks with free refills, $3 peanuts, popcorn, pizza and nachos, and $5 beer.
The eight-justice court essentially told both sides, try to work this out yourselves.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in a race that should be Clinton's, but could yet serve to keep Sanders in the race.
The National Transportation Safety Board revealed the cause of last year's fatal derailment during a meeting Tuesday.