The Senate has already voted that victims' families could sue Saudi Arabia for damages.
Last Friday, Sept. 2, a SpaceX rocket carrying a Facebook satellite exploded on the launch pad.
Facebook was criticized after removing the iconic photo of a naked 9-year-old girl running from a napalm attack during the Vietnam War.
Donald Trump has yet to release his returns.
Hinckley was released from the Washington D.C. psychiatric hospital where he has been confined.
Clinton made the comments directed at Trump's supporters at a fundraiser in New York City.
In dozens of interviews around the country, Patch editors find teachers struggling with how to teach 9/11 — or whether to teach it at all.
Friedman was kissed by a sailor so overjoyed by the end of World War II in Times Square.
Chelsea Manning is currently serving a 35-year sentence in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for leaking government documents to WikiLeaks.
In a statement, Hillary Clinton's doctor said the Democratic nominee was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday.
A two-month-old girl was reportedly shot while in a vehicle traveling on I-43 Sunday afternoon during an apparent road rage incident.
The much-anticipated annual college rankings were released Tuesday.
A star football player, Brandon Jackson died in a one-car collision near Municipal Place.
The legislation passed unanimously in the House on Friday.
Ted Strickland was introducing the Virginia senator at a speech in Dayton.
Astrologers and astronomers disagree on whether it's a supermoon, but Friday’s harvest moon will be large and bright.
It's an important moment for the critically endangered species.
The S.F.-based bank will end the practice in its retail banking division after regulators say employees created fake accounts to hit goals.
The hacker group "Fancy Bear" released information on four U.S. Olympians, including gymnast Simone Biles and the Williams sisters.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said he was "concerned" that the Trump Foundation "may have engaged in some impropriety."