In a major victory for President Trump, the House has voted to dismantle the pillars of the Affordable Care Act and make sweeping changes to the nation’s health care system.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order today, Thursday, making it easier for religious organizations such as synagogues and churches to actively participate in politics without risking their tax-exempt status, and to protect faith-based groups from being forced to pay for abortion services under Obamacare.
WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging platform, is currently experiencing an outage, affecting its over one billion users around the globe.
The math behind your credit score is getting an overhaul, with changes big enough that they might alter the behavior of both cautious spenders as well as riskier borrowers.
Crayola is about to do something it has never done in its 100-year history: retire a crayon color from its ubiquitous 24-pack of crayons that were a staple of nearly every American’s childhood.
Two people have died and other people are being treated for “catastrophic” injuries after an attack near parliament on Wednesday, British news agency Press Association reported, citing a junior doctor at a central London hospital.
The FBI is warning about a frightening new scam known as ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ – an elaborate plot that makes you think your child has been abducted, which they say is becoming more and more common.
The Senate on Tuesday confirmed school choice advocate Betsy DeVos as Education secretary by the narrowest of margins, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie in a historic vote.
President Trump early Thursday echoed his national security adviser’s comments a day earlier that Iran is now formally “on notice” for firing a ballistic missile.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated Neil Gorsuch for a lifetime job on the U.S. Supreme Court, picking the 49-year-old federal appeals court judge to restore the court’s conservative majority and help shape rulings on divisive issues such as abortion, gun control, the death penalty and religious rights.
The federal court for the Eastern District of New York has reportedly issued an emergency stay temporarily halting the removal of individuals detained after President Trump’s order banned immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
Five Iraqi passengers and one Yemeni were barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight from Cairo to New York on Saturday after President Donald Trump halted the entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, sources at Cairo airport said.
Reports are emerging that police have responded to a shooting inside Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport in South Florida. Early reports indicate that nine people were shot, five of whom are dead.
Update: Shooter in police custody, identified.
Amazon is testing a grocery store model in Seattle that works without checkout lines. Called Amazon Go, shoppers scan their Amazon app when they enter the store, and then sensors register items that shoppers pick up and automatically charge them to the Amazon app.
President-elect Donald Trump has selected a charter school and voucher advocate to be education secretary.
A slew of google users, including one vocal Lubavitcher, were cut off from all their Google accounts as “punishment” for reselling a Pixel phone, which violates Google’s policies, reports the Associated Press.
In a jaw-dropping upset, the American people have voted and elected Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has a three-point lead in Rasmussen Reports’ White House Watch survey. Among voters who are certain how they will vote, Trump now has over 50% support.
The Chicago Cubs ended a 108-year wait for a World Series title by beating the Cleveland Indians Wednesday night.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is calling for infants to be kept in their parents’ bedroom at night for six months to a year to reduce the risk of sleep-related death.
Hurricane Matthew marched toward Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas and nearly 2 million people along the coast were urged to evacuate their homes, a mass exodus ahead of a major storm packing power the U.S. hasn’t seen in more than a decade.
The eye of Hurricane Matthew has moved off the northeastern coast of Cuba and forecasters have expanded the hurricane warning area in south Florida, where it is expected to hug the coast on Thursday and Friday.