Government auditors say taxpayers might be repaid in full for the bailout of insurance giant American International Group Inc.
The president’s immigration policies created a sharp, unexpected fracture in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, after federal agents raided a concrete plant in the town. “Relationships and everything are all of a sudden up for grabs,” State Representative Dave Heaton said.
Authorities arrested the driver who passed a slow-moving farm tractor on a curve and sideswiped a van carrying 13 Amish farmers Tuesday, triggering a collision that killed five passengers in the...
Foreign investors cut their holdings of U.S. Treasury debt in June for the first time in more than two years. The decline came at a time of anxiety about whether the United States would raise its borrowing limit.
Police officers outside Micah Johnson’s home in Mesquite, Tex., on Saturday. Mr. Johnson, who shot and killed five officers in Dallas on Thursday night, had conducted training in his backyard.
The disabled grizzly bears Huck, Jake, Pete and Mike arrived after a drive-thru animal park closed in 1985.
A Georgia judge has reversed a decision that blocked a Muslim man from his courtroom because he was wearing religious headwear.
Prosecutors say they won't file charges against the five law enforcement officers who fired at a 19-year-old who was killed during a hostage standoff at a bank in North Carolina.
Authorities say accidents involving Amtrak trains 10½ hours apart on opposite ends of south Louisiana have killed one and injured seven.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the United States is "in a standstill" at home and that political fighting is harming the country's economic image overseas.
The director of the National Hurricane Center says whether or not Haiti has the ability to respond to a storm is his greatest concern for hurricane season.
Three soldiers from an Oklahoma Army post admitted under police questioning that they carried out a home invasion in which four people were shot and wounded, a detective said.
A California man who told police he deliberately drove off a freeway to get attention from his ex-girlfriend will be tried for murder in the deaths of two tourists run down by his car.
Terrill Thomas, left, with Terrill Barnes, his son, in an undated photo. Prosecutors say Mr. Thomas was kept in a cell with no access to water for seven days.
A California man who admitted to trying to sell a fighter jet to Iran has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison.
A North Carolina bus driver is drawing praise after she guided 39 elementary school students safely off a school bus that caught fire, with flames so hot they melted the windows and the tires.
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