Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore stars in this weekend's box office opener "Still Alice," which tackles the tough questions facing families who have to face Alzheimer's disease.
In December 2014, Detroit, Michigan exited from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. Now, city leaders hope Motor City can make an economic comeback.
President Barack Obama is predicting victory in his quest to grant amnesty to 4 million immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally.
The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers that puts the Internet under the same regulations as the telephone.
Three Brooklyn, New York, residents are behind bars Thursday, charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State. Meanwhile, the FBI warns ISIS is now present in all 50 states.
A mix of sleet, freezing rain, and snow fell from northern Texas, through the Gulf Coast and Southeast. The wintry weather caused tens of thousands of power outages, burst water pipes, and accidents.
A group of pastors were forced to find a different location for a racial reconcilation event in the Washington, D.C., because their theme included "an appeal to heaven."
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is supporting Republican legislators' move to fast track a bill that will make Wisconsin the 24th right-to-work state.
A federal judge has ruled to allow a Michigan man to set up an atheist information booth in City Hall, next to prayer booths run by churches.
The Underground Railroad effort not only helped free slaves during the Civil War, it also crossed the racial divide by giving both races a cause for which to fight, in many places led by the Quakers.