A military helicopter struck high-voltage transmission lines in Washington state, officials said Friday.
IRS consultant charged with disclosing tax returns of Trump and nation’s ‘wealthiest individuals’ to media
A consultant for the IRS has been federally charged with stealing the tax returns of former President Trump and disclosing them to the New York Times.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Friday that a government shutdown could have negative effects on various programs for small businesses and children.
Philadelphia authorities ID American Airlines flight attendant found dead in hotel room with cloth in mouth
An American Airlines flight attendant found dead in a Philadelphia hotel room with a cloth in her mouth was identified by authorities Thursday as Diana Ramos.
Bail revoked for Massachusetts man accused in fatal Apple store crash over dead GPS monitoring bracelet
A Massachusetts man accused of crashing into an Apple store, killing one person and injuring more than two dozens others has been ordered back to jail while awaiting trial.
World leaders gather for the third day of the United National General Assembly to talk about pressing issues facing the international community like climate change and terrorism.
Second Las Vegas juvenile suspect arrested in intentional hit-and-run death of retired police chief: police
Las Vegas authorities have arrested a second juvenile suspect in the hit-and-run death of a retired police chief who investigators was struck intentionally by a vehicle
Oakland NAACP, local leaders frustrated city missed deadline to apply for retail theft funds amid crime wave
Leaders in Oakland, California missed a deadline to apply for funds to fight retail thefts amid a crime wave in the city
Ovidio Guzman Lopez, the son of Mexican drug cartel leader, Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Loera, was extradited from Mexico to the United States of Friday.
A Michigan on the run for allegedly killing his mother was arrested Sunday at a Domino's pizza shop.