A veteran counterterrorism expert and former FBI agent broke down in tears during a live CNN segment on the deaths of 17 people at a school shooting in Parkland, Florida
APNewsBreak: Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of the student accused of last month's Florida school massacre that they recommended he be forcibly committed, but that recommendation wasn't acted upon
Republican Sen. Rand Paul said on CNN's State of the Union that he would take all necessary steps to oppose President Donald Trump's nominees for secretary of state and CIA director.
The nation’s top spies told Congress Tuesday that Russia has taken steps to influence the 2018 U.S. midterm elections and plans to harness an arsenal of propaganda, social media, false personas, other means of influence to try to meddle.
Police in Rochester, Minnesota, say a man was under the influence of alcohol when he allegedly stabbed two neighbors to death at a Salvation Army apartment building
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AR) says the firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe by Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a horrible day for democracy.
A Disneyland security guard who for years has personally thanked veterans for their service at the theme park’s daily Flag Retreat Ceremony has been silenced.
The mother of a Pennsylvania teenager says she went from not eating or sleeping to crying tears of relief when her missing daughter was located in a Mexican resort city
Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday, less than two days shy of his retirement, ending the career of an official who had risen to serve as second-in-command at the bureau.
On this day in history: Russian cosmonaut first man to walk in space; Mahatma Gandhi is sent to prison for civic disobedience, Italy's Mussolini agrees to enter WWII; Terri Schiavo's feeding tube removed; Singer John Philips dies. (March 18)
A newly-constructed pedestrian bridge collapsed Thursday at Florida International University in Miami -- with six people losing their lives.