Presidential nominee Donald Trump called former Miss Universe Alicia Machado “disgusting” and a “con” via tweets early Friday morning.
The Republican presidential nominee didn’t offer a blueprint for how he would accomplish his goals for the country.
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Investigators are reportedly reviewing the security video from the station, setting out to inspect the nearby tracks.
A 14-year-old South Carolina boy has been charged as a juvenile with murder and three counts of attempted murder in a school shooting.
The punishment effectively removes Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore from office, without the court officially ousting him.
The Drug Enforcement Administration paid confidential informants millions of dollars without appropriate oversight, officials said.
Call it a brain freeze or another “Aleppo moment.” He finally settled on a former president of Mexico — but couldn’t recall his name.
One case came to light after relatives of a deceased man received a note congratulating him for registering.
Older Cuban-Americans in the state have expressed disdain for the Obama administration’s decision to open relations with Cuba.
News of the settlement and fine came as Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf was testifying at a House Financial Services Committee hearing.
A high court ruling in favor of Asian-American rock band the Slants could bolster the football team’s legal fight.
John Woodruff, a Connellsville native and University of Pittsburgh graduate, was a black athletes from the 1936 Olympics.
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The change comes under new rules White House announced Thursday as part of an effort to help working families.
The grisly wreck renewed questions about whether long-delayed automated safety technology could have prevented tragedy.
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Democrat Hillary Clinton pushed to improve her standing among younger voters with the help of the president,
The Pentagon said the increase of 615 service members will bring the official number of U.S. troops in Iraq to 5,262.
The Federal Reserve chairwoman declined to commit to any regulatory penalties.
One of the students was shot in the leg, one was shot in the foot and the teacher was shot in the shoulder.
The vote would allow families victimized on 9/11 to sue Saudi Arabia for the kingdom’s allegedly backing of the terrorist attackers.
Police in El Cajon were called to investigate a report of a mentally unstable person walking in and out of traffic.
Leetonia, a farming community of fewer than 2,000, has seen some hard times, and the residents take a hard view of government works.
The House is expected to approve the measure as early as tonight and send it to President Obama for his signature.
The Senate has already authorized the projects, but other parts of the upper chamber’s legislation differs from the House version.
The Republican presidential nominee releases his tax information when it suits his needs, but holds recipients to non-disclosure agreement.
Top House aides say congressional leaders have broken a stalemate over money to address the Flint, Mich., water crisis.
All of the highest-profile third-party candidates spent Monday in New York, riding along with the media herd.
As of Tuesday morning, the sand-filled containers had protected thousands of properties, some up to 4 feet beneath the surging waterway.
The average total score for graduating students who took the old SAT at least once through January was 1484.
Hillary Clinton seized on Donald Trump’s criticism of a beauty queen, and the Republican may step up attacks on her husband’s infidelities.
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It was held up by bipartisan opposition as the clock ticks toward a Friday deadline.
Here’s a roundup of 23 of the most noteworthy claims that were made.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton squared off in their first presidential debate at Hofstra University Monday night.
Polls show the presidential race tightening, helping to justify some of the unusual hype surrounding Monday’s initial debate.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that the Senate would vote Wednesday on the president’s veto.
The development signaled a movement toward normalcy after a state of emergency was imposed.
Officials said a disgruntled lawyer wore military-style apparel with old Nazi emblems when he randomly shot at drivers before he was killed.
But his motive remained a mystery Monday as a portrait emerged of him as a mentally troubled young man.
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El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala are three of the most violent nations in the world.
It is the latest in a series of woes for one of the city’s most enduring tourist attractions.
The hotline’s former director blamed it on poor work habits by front-line staffers and other problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
With these settlements, the administration will have resolved the majority of outstanding claims with more than 100 tribes.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled over how to bring good-paying jobs back to the United States, as they opened Monday's debate.
Police said the shooter was a disgruntled lawyer who had numerous weapons and randomly shot at drivers
The size of the audience is expected to challenge the presidential debate record of 80 million who watched the 1980 Carter-Reagan debate.
To much of the world, Charlotte is the Queen City. But a very different Charlotte came into the spotlight in the past few days.