As the Iowa caucuses near, the conservative magazine mounts a last-ditch effort to halt his momentum.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder will outline his recovery plan Tuesday night as the White House appoints an official to oversee the federal response.
The UN confirmed its nuclear compliance as the U.S. and EU lift sanctions; Tehran and Washington also swap prisoners, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian.
The federal government halts new coal mines, West Africa reports a new case of the virus, much-needed supplies finally reach a desperate Syrian town, and more.
Four human-rights lawyers were charged with subverting state power and a Swedish legal-aid activist was arrested.
The city’s public-health crisis grows after Michigan officials announce 10 people have died from the waterborne illness since 2014.
Iran says it will "promptly” return a group of U.S. sailors who reportedly drifted into Iranian waters Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that the state’s jury-sentencing system in capital cases violates the Sixth Amendment.
Rock’s chameleonic maestro died Monday at age 69, his family announced.
Mexico considers extraditing the notorious drug lord to the United States for trial.
Mexico recaptured the notorious Sinaloa cartel leader, federal prosecutors filed charges against two Iraqi refugees, U.S. employment leapt upward in December, and more.
In a New York Times op-ed and a CNN town hall on guns in America, the president took his hardest line yet.
Alabama’s chief justice issued an order on Wednesday to keep the state’s same-sex marriage ban intact despite the Supreme Court's landmark ruling last year.
Although there has been no independent confirmation of the test, there is skepticism and condemnation of the claim.
Flames tore through a 63-story skyscraper as revelers gathered for New Year's Eve celebrations.
The president gave his final press conference of the year, lawmakers passed government funding legislation, the presidential candidate tangled with the Democratic National Committee, and more.
The president pardoned two prisoners and commuted the sentences of 95 others in his largest use of clemency yet.
The Republican frontrunner has long called for more executions—even when his proposals run afoul of the Constitution.
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About one-quarter of the state’s 4,000 prisoners in solitary confinement will be placed in less isolated housing.