InterContinental Hotels Group, which includes Crowne Plaza and Candlewood Suites, is helping customers discover if their data was leaked.
Are you suffering from "the munchies" on 4/20? This Minnesota police department will use "discreet traps" to catch you.
More Americans than ever before think marijuana use should be legal.
GOP leaders are negotiating over changes to the failed American Health Care Act, but many of the original challenges with the bill persist.
The intelligence community believes WikiLeaks was closely tied to Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election.
It's between a panda family in Disneynature’s “Born in China” and two Oscar winners this weekend. Find out which flick to see.
An autopsy was pending to determine the cause of death of the 1970s soul singer and father of actor Cuba Gooding Jr.
Judge could have fined VW $34 billion and said “corporate greed” has already cost the automaker “billions and billions of dollars.”
In celebration of National Park Week, individuals and families can enter any National Park free of charge.
Miami State Sen. Frank Artiles resigned over his use of a racial slur in private conversations with members.
The president was previously criticized for not addressing human rights concerns with Egyptian President Sisi.
One of the little gray eaglets got into a bit of a fuzzy situation on top of a tulip poplar tree at the U.S. National Arboretum.
The nation's president and Navajo Nation Council sent a letter demanding the Navajo Housing Authority's managing officers resign.
Saturday, April 22 is National Record Store Day and Wax Bodega in Lakewood is celebrating with promos and giveaways. Find a store near you.
Vivek Murthy, appointed by the Obama Administration in 2014, will be replaced in the interim by his deputy, Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams.
Maryland health officials say carfentanil, a large animal drug, caused 3 overdose deaths in the state, including 2 in Anne Arundel County.
The president visited the Walter Reed Medical Center and presented Sergeant First Class Alvaro Barrientos with a Purple Heart.
Erin Moran, who starred in the popular 1970s sitcom, died Saturday in an Indiana trailer park, reportedly of a drug overdose.
The campaign rally will be held in Harrisburg, PA, the same day as the White House Correspondents Dinner.
The man had been in North Korea for about one month and was teaching at a university. He was detained trying to leave the country.