In the wake of the Antares rocket explosion, investigators are taking a hard look at the rocket's engines, which were made in Russia more than 40 years ago and recently refurbished in the U.S.
Lava from Mount Kilauea is creeping towards homes and businesses on Hawaii's Big Island
A nurse in Maine and a medical worker in Connecticut say the enforced Ebola quarantines make them feel like criminals
Hackers who have found their way dangerously close to sensitive White House data have prompted calls for better defenses
The battle began with an anonymous quote in The Atlantic from a U.S. official using barnyard language to characterize Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a gutless coward
More than $100 million has been spent in North Carolina's U.S. Senate battle between Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis
Law enforcement agencies are concerned that terrorists could use unmanned drones in future attacks on America
There are several captive breeding programs for pandas around the world; but one facility in China hopes to release the endangered animals back into the wild
A commercial rocket carrying supplies explodes just after lift-off in Virginia
Believing beatings and rapes are justified by Islamic law, the militant group has shown a distinct disdain for women
The Department of Homeland Security announced an increase in security at federal buildings in the U.S. as a "precautionary step"
President Obama struggled to explain why the federal government, states and the military are treating Americans returning from Ebola stricken countries differently
Lava flowing from Kilauea is quickly approaching a residential area on Hawaii's big island. Residents are preparing to evacuate from the slow-creeping menace
Wisconsin's Republican governor tries for re-election after surviving a recall attempt in 2012
The FTC says up to 3.5 million of AT&T's high use customers had their data stream "throttled" 60-90 percent -- leaving some smartphones "practically inoperable"
Federal judge Mark Fuller is facing criminal charges after a domestic incident involving his wife; his future on the bench is also at risk
Nicholas Winton received the Czech Republic's highest honor for saving the lives of 669 Czech children from Nazi death camps
When Kaci Hickox was released from her quarantine, it ended a three-day odyssey that has become the latest example of an Ebola policy being written on the fly
The community of Marysville, Washington, remembers two high school students killed by a classmate and prays for three still fighting for their lives
While on the campaign trail, New Jersey governor Chris Christie defended his quarantine policy for medical workers returning from West Africa
Mary Landrieu is seeking a fourth term in the U.S. Senate; but she may wind up in the losing end of a runoff against Republican Bill Cassidy
U.S. Marines handed over the sprawling Helmand base to the Afghan army, which will now continue the fight against the Taliban
Since late June, the price of gasoline has fallen to a nationwide average of $3.04 -- the lowest in four years