The Food and Drug Administration is building a legal case against companies that sell pure powdered caffeine, which can be fatal even in small doses.
It's Christmas season and the little town of Bethlehem is jammed with a big-city problem: Traffic.
Christmastime is here and a new poll reveals the cards and gifts that are part of celebrating the holiday are ubiquitous.
Patrick Lynch was hollering. Standing outside a Brooklyn hospital after the bodies of two slain police officers were taken away, the head of the nation's largest police union railed against Mayor Bill de Blasio.
An hours-long Internet outage Tuesday in one of the world's least-wired countries was probably more inconvenient to foreigners than to North Korean residents.
British singer Joe Cocker is dead at age 70.
Police departments around the country are on alert after a man ambushed two officers and shot them to death inside their patrol car Saturday.
Senate majority in hand, ascendant Republicans are set to challenge President Barack Obama and the Democrats on Capitol Hill come January.
How do you joke about the Sony hacking story? After all, it was an attempt at comedy that launched this whole sobering mess.
After resisting for nearly a month, Chrysler has bowed to government demands and will expand a recall of driver's side air bag inflators across the nation.
In July 2004, despite growing internal concerns about the CIA's brutal interrogation methods, senior members of George W. Bush's national security team gave the agency permission to employ the harsh tactics against an al-Qaida facilitator the agency suspected was linked to a plot to disrupt the upcoming presidential election.
The parents of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes begged Friday for his life to be spared through a plea bargain.
The Army has finished its investigation into how and why Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl disappeared from his base in Afghanistan and senior Pentagon leaders have been briefed, including Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, officials said Friday.
Everyone in Cuba is talking about the startling turn in relations with the United States, with one notable exception: Fidel Castro.
President Barack Obama declared Friday that Sony "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader.
Latin America is welcoming the renewal of ties between Cuba and the United States.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Thursday the lengthy U.S. economic embargo against Cuba "just hasn't worked."
The movie, "The Interview," pushed all of North Korea's buttons.
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