A safety assessment Boeing gave to the FAA is likely to be a target of investigators
A memo from Gen. Robert Neller lists nine factors posting "unacceptable risk to Marine Corps combat readiness and solvency"
"I come from a good family. I work 40 to 50 hours a week," a young man named Jacob said
His last run took three years. He expects this one will take a little longer.
"I told him that this was the second hardest thing that he's done his entire life"
Devastating Midwest flooding leaves at least 3 dead; Twins head to March Madness thanks to a major assist from mom.
President Trump upended decades of U.S. policy with a single tweet, declaring it's time to recognize Israeli control over the Golan Heights. It's one of the world's most disputed territories
Rescues continue a full week after a poweful cyclone struck southern Africa. The death toll in three countries now tops 550, but it could go much higher
Nearly two-thirds of the country could see flooding by the end of May. Areas along the Missouri River may not dry out for months
Days after a deadly attack in New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. The government is also considering a plan to pay owners to turn in their weapons
Since leaving office, Carter received the Nobel Peace Prize, worked on homes for Habitat for Humanity and taught Sunday school
President Trump visited a tank factory on Wednesday, and once again criticized the late John McCain. Fellow Republicans have taken note and are not happy with his comments
The governor of Iowa is warning Midwest flood are "just getting started." Levee systems in the region are already overwhelmed
A mother is Arizona with a family YouTube series is being accused of abuse. Videos of her seven adopted children have been watched millions of times
Talha and Naeem Rashid are among the 50 people killed at the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque
After weeks of fighting, the end appears near for ISIS fighters inside eastern Syria