The U.S. Department of Defense has released nearly 200 photos related to the alleged torture of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said. But the civil rights group says the government is withholding 1,800 additional photos
While health officials agree the evidence is convincing, scientists still can’t say for certain that Zika causes the birth defect microcephaly and experts are working hard to establish a definitive connection between the virus and the disorder
The presidential candidates braved wintry weather during the home stretch of campaigning in New Hampshire, a state that is simultaneously critical to their electoral hopes and inevitably prone to snow in the days before the primary
Mitchell, one of only 12 humans to set foot on the moon, was not a typical strait-laced astronaut: He attempted to communicate telepathically with friends at home during his Apollo mission and later said aliens visited Earth and faith healers were legit
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower after a weak jobs report cast doubt on the strength of the U.S. economy. Technology stocks were especially hard hit, leading a broad decline at the end of the week that included all sectors except utilities
The company announced in a tweet that it has used spam-fighting technology to identify and suspend more than 125,000 accounts on its social media site for threatening or promoting terrorist acts mainly related to ISIS in the last eight months
When comedian Larry David hosts Saturday Night Live this weekend he'll be joined by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders — the man he has been impersonating on the show all season
Pope Francis and the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church will meet in Cuba next week in a historic step to heal the 1,000-year-old schism that divided Christianity between East and West, both churches announced
As residents in Flint, Mich. continue to warm bottled water for their baths and the blame for the public health crisis is debated in Congress, concern over lead in the water supply has spread to Jackson, Miss.
No early release for the ladies of Litchfield. Netflix announced that Orange Is the New Black has been renewed for three more seasons. The news comes in advance of the series’ season 4 debut on June 17
Barbara Bush, who has been speaking out for her son as he campaigns for President in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's primary, said she thinks Jeb Bush is "too polite: Why don't you interrupt like the other people do?"
A volcano erupted in southwest Japan, sending bursts of lava flowing out of the side. Mount Sakurajima unleashed grey smoke and streaking flashes of lightning. There were no immediate reports of injuries