Congressman Mark Pocan is offering fired deputy director of the FBI a job.
Congressman Mark Pocan is offering fired deputy director of the FBI a job.More>>
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a frequent target of President Donald Trump. More>>
The Pentagon says all seven service members aboard a U.S. helicopter that crashed in Iraq were killed.
The Pentagon says all seven service members aboard a U.S. helicopter that crashed in Iraq were killed.More>>
Local live television reports show five or six vehicles trapped under a pedestrian bridge that has collapsed at a Florida university. More>>
Police say one man is dead and another is in critical condition after a gunman opened fire at an Alabama hospital before fatally shooting himself.
Police say one man is dead and another is in critical condition after a gunman opened fire at an Alabama hospital before fatally shooting himself.More>>
If you book it, you can now stay at the home featured in the movie Field of Dreams.
If you book it, you can now stay at the home featured in the movie Field of Dreams.More>>
Germany's parliament has elected Angela Merkel for her fourth term as chancellor, putting an end to nearly six months of political drift in Europe's biggest economy.
Germany's parliament has elected Angela Merkel for her fourth term as chancellor, putting an end to nearly six months of political drift in Europe's biggest economy.More>>
Democrat Conor Lamb is declaring victory in a southwestern Pennsylvania congressional election that is rocking the political landscape ahead of the November midterm elections.
Democrat Conor Lamb is declaring victory in a southwestern Pennsylvania congressional election that is rocking the political landscape ahead of the November midterm elections.More>>
Stephen Hawking, whose brilliant mind ranged across time and space though his body was paralyzed by disease, has died, a family spokesman said.
Stephen Hawking, whose brilliant mind ranged across time and space though his body was paralyzed by disease, has died, a family spokesman said.More>>
The Trump administration is proposing banning bump stocks, which allow guns to mimic fully automatic fire and were used in last year's Las Vegas massacre.
The Trump administration is proposing banning bump stocks, which allow guns to mimic fully automatic fire and were used in last year's Las Vegas massacre.More>>
February 14, 2018 started as a routine day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School until 2:21 p.m., when the 911 center in Broward County, Florida was flooded with 911 calls that there was an active shooter in the school.
February 14, 2018 started as a routine day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School until 2:21 p.m., when the 911 center in Broward County, Florida was flooded with 911 calls that there was an active shooter in the school.More>>
McDonald’s iconic golden arch will be flipped to a W for women on Thursday, the company says.
McDonald’s iconic golden arch will be flipped to a W for women on Thursday, the company says.More>>
Emergency rooms saw a big jump in overdoses from opioids last year -- the latest evidence the nation's drug crisis is getting worse.
Emergency rooms saw a big jump in overdoses from opioids last year -- the latest evidence the nation's drug crisis is getting worse.More>>
A new study by the CDC shows 1 in 9 women in Wisconsin smoke while pregnant. Researchers examined Wisconsin and the United States by birth certificates from 2016.
A new study by the CDC shows 1 in 9 women in Wisconsin smoke while pregnant. Researchers examined Wisconsin and the United States by birth certificates from 2016.More>>
Governor Walker is breaking ties with President Trump and asking him to reconsider his plan to impose a 10% tax on imported aluminum and a 25% tariff on imported steel. An economic analysis of President Trump's proposed trade tariffs show they would cost the country 146,000 jobs
Governor Walker is breaking ties with President Trump and asking him to reconsider his plan to impose a 10% tax on imported aluminum and a 25% tariff on imported steel. An economic analysis of President Trump's proposed trade tariffs show they would cost the country 146,000 jobsMore>>
President Donald Trump is denying his White House is chaotic but says more staff will leave as he seeks "perfection."
President Donald Trump is denying his White House is chaotic but says more staff will leave as he seeks "perfection."More>>
North Korea agrees to a moratorium on nuclear tests if it can hold talks with the U.S. Meanwhile, it will hold a summit with South Korea in April.
North Korea agrees to a moratorium on nuclear tests if it can hold talks with the U.S. Meanwhile, it will hold a summit with South Korea in April.More>>
A violent explosion went off when a van hit a parked semi-trailer on an expressway near Hangzhou of East China's Zhejiang province early on Monday.
A violent explosion went off when a van hit a parked semi-trailer on an expressway near Hangzhou of East China's Zhejiang province early on Monday.More>>
A Janesville heart surgeon has been charged in a crash in New Zealand that killed two people.
A Janesville heart surgeon has been charged in a crash in New Zealand that killed two people.More>>
Coming soon to McDonald's: Fresh beef.
Coming soon to McDonald's: Fresh beef.More>>
Monday, February 20, 2017 is National Love Your Pet Day!
Monday, February 20, 2017 is National Love Your Pet Day!More>>
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling nearly 450,000 SUVs worldwide in two separate recalls that includes the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling nearly 450,000 SUVs worldwide in two separate recalls that includes the Jeep Grand Cherokee.More>>
Target says about 40 million credit and debit card accounts may have been affected by a data breach. More>>
Authorities are urging everyone to evacuate a town in North Dakota after a series of explosions caused by the derailment of a train carrying oil. More>>
Wisconsin congressman Mark Pocan was in Madison on Monday, urging Congress to pass a new farm bill before the fast-approaching new year deadline. More>>
Chemical weapons inspectors say Syria has provided video and photographs showing a chemical weapons site dismantled and abandoned. More>>
A Miami man posted a picture of his wife's dead body on Facebook, along with a post claiming he killed her. More>>
A Massachusetts state police photographer is under investigation after releasing photos of the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect from the night he was captured. More>>
Governor Scott Walker signed a bill into law Thursday that cancels taxes on military income for a soldier killed in combat. More>>
Senate votes 68-32 to pass historic immigration bill, send measure to House. More>>
Snack foods sold in schools are getting their first nutritional overhaul in more than 30 years. More>>
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin made a statement to the Supreme Court Decisions on marriage equality. More>>
President Obama makes statement on Supreme Court Rulings More>>
If you are one of tens of millions of baby boomers, you are at increased risk of a serious illness. More>>
The Supreme Court says a key provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act cannot be enforced until Congress comes up with a new way of determining which states and localities require close federal monitoring of elections. More>>
Opening statements are set in the trial of a neighborhood watch volunteer on Monday after he was charged with second-degree murder. More>>
A spokesman for Southwest Airlines says a system-wide computer problem forced them to ground its entire fleet preparing for late-night departures. More>>
Millions of Facebook users may have had their contact information accidentally exposed. More>>
Could a pill stop leukemia in its tracks? Doctors at Ohio State University say they've witnessed the breakthrough in a clinical trial. More>>
HBO and the managers of James Gandolfini confirm the actor has died at age 51.
A bill banning late term abortions passed the House on Tuesday. More>>
Shouting protestors aren't stopping lawmakers from moving a tough immigration enforcement bill forward.
A republican-controlled House committee approved the measure last night. More>>
Women could soon be training as Navy SEALs, under the military's new plan. More>>
The Dane County Sheriff's Office says three people were thrown from the car after their tire blew out on Highway 151 near McKee Rd. on Sunday. More>>
Friday will be a day of remembrance in Newtown as it marks six months since the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. More>>
After an outdoor deck collapse at a popular Miami-area sports bar, dozens of people fell into Biscayne Bay. More>>
A farewell note left behind by the Santa Monica gunman expressed remorse for the killing of his father and brother but provided no explanation for the rampage that left them and three others dead. More>>
The White House, in a statement issued late Thursday, says the use of chemical weapons "violates international norms and crosses clear red lines."
Some families of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims are going to Capitol Hill this week, six months after a gunman took the lives of their loved ones, to remind lawmakers they are waiting for action. More>>
Jury selection begins on Monday in a Florida courtroom where neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman is on trial for second-degree murder. More>>
A fifth victim has died and a suspect has been identified in Friday's shooting rampage in California.
The office of South Africa's president says former leader Nelson Mandela has been taken to a hospital because of a lung infection. More>>
The director of national intelligence is trying to set the record straight after leaked documents revealed that the NSA and the FBI have been tapping into Internet company servers. More>>
The first of what could be several lawsuits has been filed against the building owner and demolition company after a building collapse in Philadelphia killed six people and injured 13. More>>
The Salvation Army says two of its employees were among the six people killed when a building collapsed on a thrift store in Philadelphia. More>>
Crews on the scene of a collapsed building in Philadelphia have found a woman buried beneath the rubble more than 12 hours after the building fell. More>>
Toyota Prius hybrids are being recalled because they could have a problem with the brakes. More>>
The Susan G. Komen Foundation is canceling some of its signature races next year because of a drop in donations. More>>
A couple from New York is celebrating 80 years of marriage. More>>
A fire that trapped workers inside of a poultry farm and processing plant in China has killed at least 119. More>>
Oklahoma authorities say 16 people are dead from Friday's tornadoes and flash floods. More>>
Officials in California estimate that nearly 3,000 people from about 700 homes are under evacuation orders as a wildfire continues to spread north of Los Angeles. More>>
Crews fighting two large wildfires in New Mexico are focusing on building protection lines around the blazes. More>>
The National Weather Service says there were five tornadoes that struck the Oklahoma City metro area -- including one that officials say killed at least nine people.
The fire chief in Houston says four firefighters who died in a motel fire were searching for people they thought were trapped.
The government came out with new expiration dates for the nation's two biggest social programs: Social Security and Medicare. More>>
The summer grilling season is going to cost meat-eating Americans more this year. More>>
Officials have reportedly blocked off a half-mile area as a fire continues to burn at the crash site. More>>
President Barack Obama will tour the damage from the massive tornado that devastated the Oklahoma City area. More>>
A special car traveled the route before the Canadian trucker did to ensure the load would fit, according to the trucker's wife. More>>
After the deadly tornado that ripped through central Oklahoma on Monday, the families of some of the victims still haven't taken the time to grieve the loss of loved ones. More>>
When a deadly tornado whipped through the central Oklahoma City of Moore, many survivors emerged from their storm shelters to find their homes completely blown away. More>>
Slight tremors were felt in Moscow after a powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake hits eastern Russia. More>>
British police have confirmed that the man killed in an apparent terror attack was a serving soldier. More>>
President Barack Obama is expected to meet with his disaster response team on Tuesday before delivering a statement on the devastating tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday afternoon. More>>
The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on a little-known practice called "cramming." More>>
An unlikely passenger tried to get a free ride on a bus in Pennsylvania. More>>
Minority Democrats have delayed a state Assembly vote on a Republican bill that would grant landlords more power over tenants. More>>
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill that legalizes gay marriage, making the state the 12th to do so. More>>
The Minnesota Senate approved a measure to allow same-sex marriage and Gov. Mark Dayton will sign it on Tuesday. More>>
The IRS has apologized and admits that some groups were subject to further review simply because they had the names "Tea Party" and "Patriot." More>>
Two astronauts on the International Space Station are preparing for a possible impromptu spacewalk to work on a leaking coolant line. More>>
The daughter of the Cleveland man accused of kidnapping and holding three women for about a decade speaks out. In a twist, she was best friends with one of the women and reportedly the last person to see her before she went missing. More>>
Lawmakers hold their first congressional hearing Thursday on the Boston Marathon bombings. More>>
Three women, each missing for about 10 years, have been found in a home in Cleveland. Three brothers have been arrested, including one from the home.
The US Senate approved a bill Monday which could bring an end to tax-free shopping for many online shoppers. More>>
Department of Defense has released the names of the casualties of the Kyrgyzstan crash. More>>
The body was identified as 22-year-old Sunil Tripathi through forensic dental exams. More>>
A large fire that began with explosions aboard two fuel barges in Mobile, Alabama, is burning into Thursday morning after injuring three people. More>>
A Texas man is thankful to be alive after witnessing the Boston Terror attack and the fertilizer plant explosion in West Texas. More>>
Thousands of Massachusetts Institute of Technology students, faculty and staff as well as law enforcement officials from across the nation are expected to attend a memorial service for fallen campus police officer Sean Collier. More>>
An eight-story building collapses in Bangladesh, killing at least 87 people Wednesday morning. More>>
The lawsuit says Armstrong violated his contract with the U.S. Postal Service by doping while riding for the team. More>>
Flooding is reaching records levels in parts of the Midwest. More>>
Since so many people just can't turn off the technology when they get behind the wheel to drive, car makers may do it for them. More>>
Charges have been dropped against a Mississippi man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and others. More>>
Eight-year-old Martin Richard laid to rest. More>>
A bill that would allow states to collect sales taxes for internet purchases passed a test vote in the Senate on Monday. More>>
Displaced residents in West, Texas are not able to return home due to small fires. More>>
Airport delays may go to a whole new level next week as air traffic controller furloughs kick in on Sunday. More>>
The FBI has released photos of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and is asking for the public's help in identifying them. More>>
Law enforcement officials say investigators pinpointed two possible suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing after they appeared in images near the finish line just before the blasts. More>>
Britain's Iron Lady was being laid to rest Wednesday with a level of pomp and protest reflecting her status as a commanding, polarizing political figure. More>>
Federal agents are zeroing in on how the Boston Marathon bombing was carried out, but there's still no word on who did it and why. More>>
Two bi-partisan senators announced a deal on background checks for gun sales Wednesday morning. More>>
The U.S. Postal Service has backed down on ending Saturday mail delivery, saying Congress gave it no choice. More>>
You won't see the Blue Angels flying over any events this year. More>>
A spokesperson confirmed that former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died on Monday at age 87 following a stroke. More>>
A federal judge has ruled that the Food and Drug Administration must make emergency contraceptives available to women of all ages within 30 days. More>>
North Korea says its military has been cleared to launch an attack using what it describes as "smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear weapons." More>>
The Department of Defense is picking up the tab for tuition assistance programs for veterans. More>>
The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into changing the rules about when you can use your tablets, laptops or cell phones on flights. More>>
James Holmes may plead guilty in the Colorado theater shootings to avoid death penalty. More>>
Opposing sides on the gun control debate are speaking out before the U.S. Senate meets next month to consider comprehensive gun legislation. More>>
Prosecutor in Ohio blaming Punxsutawney Phil for long winter.
New research could have you thinking twice about what you drink next. More>>
A Veterans of Foreign Wars official says an eighth Marine has died after a mortar shell explosion during mountain warfare training in Nevada's high desert. More>>
Pope Francis was joined by thousands of supporters today as he was officially named the 266th leader of the Roman Catholic Church. More>>
Tens of thousands of people are packing into Rome for Tuesday's official installation of Pope Francis. More>>
NASA scientists are celebrating a big discovery, life may have existed on Mars. More>>
The cardinals at the Vatican cast their first votes, failing to elect a new pope. More>>
A U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee narrowly approved a Democratic bill Tuesday expanding required federal background checks for nearly all gun purchases, but put off immediate consideration of an assault weapons ban. More>>
The U.S. economy added 236,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate has fallen to a four-year low. More>>
Subaru is recalling about 50,000 vehicles because the engines could start up on their own. More>>
U.S. officials have captured Osama bin Laden's spokesman in Jordan, according to a senior congressman. More>>
Starting in about six weeks, you'll be able to carry small knives, golf clubs, souvenir baseball bats and other sporting equipment on airplanes. More>>
President Barack Obama is announcing his picks for three Cabinet-level jobs -- nominees to run the Energy Department, Environmental Protection Agency and budget office. More>>