For the first time in 45 years, people are going to the moon. Elon Musk's SpaceX announced that it will bring two individuals on a paid trip to the moon. The mission take place in the second quarter of 2018
Former President George W. Bush weighed in on the calls for a special prosecutor to investigate the connections between the Trump campaign and Russia. "I think we all need answers," Bush said
President Trump told a bipartisan meeting of the country's governors that reforming health care is "unbelievably complex," but pledged that a Republican alternative would be "very good"
The White House says the president's upcoming budget will propose a whopping $54 billion increase in defense spending and slash funding to domestic programs and foreign aid
Jewish and Muslim leaders in the U.S. are calling for the federal government and local law enforcement agencies to "do more" after another Jewish cemetery in the country was desecrated over the weekend.
A brief video circulated by the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadi websites, shows that the militant group proceeded with its threat to kill Jurgen Gustav Kantner in the southern Philippines after a Sunday ransom deadline lapsed
A Minnesota police officer has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges in the July shooting death of a black man. St. Anthony Officer Jeronimo Yanez entered his plea Monday
The father of Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens did not want to meet President Donald Trump when his son's body was returned to the U.S. and is calling for an investigation of the Yemen raid that led to his son's death
A top engineering executive at Uber, Amit Singhal, is out five weeks after his hire was announced. According to a report in the tech blog Recode, Singhal failed to disclose that he'd left his previous job at Google because of a sexual harassment allegation
Rachel Dolezal, the white former civil rights activist who made headlines and sparked debate on race and identity by identifying as black, has said she is living in penury but remains unapologetic for her chosen way of life
At least 20 people were hurt after a float crashed during Rio de Janeiro's famous annual Carnival. During the Carnival's parade, the last float of samba school Paraiso de Tuiuti collided with a fence, trapping and injuring people watching from the stands
The live broadcast of the Academy Awards drew 32.9 million U.S. viewers, the smallest audience for the award ceremony since 2008, according to Nielsen data. It will still likely draw the largest audience of a non-sporting event of the year