By Kayla Ruble
"Zika is a sexually transmitted disease now — we need to start thinking of it that way."
The US economy has been on one of the largest job creation jags in history, creating new jobs for 71 consecutive months
Darren Seals, a prominent figure during the protests in Ferguson, was reportedly found inside a charred vehicle north of St. Louis.
After the Department of Education banned students on federal financial aid from enrolling at the embattled for-profit school, ITT said Tuesday it was forced to close its campuses.
The former New Mexico governor continues to poll at historic highs for a Libertarian Party nominee and he's doing it with equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans.
The oil business has also been one of the few bright spots in recent years when it comes to creating good-paying jobs for Americans without college educations.
Carlson's complaint alleged years of sexist treatment by Ailes including promises of advancement in exchange for sexual favors and retaliation when she refused.
The protest — against last week's impeachment of left-wing president Dilma Rousseff and her replacement with veteran conservative Michel Temer — reportedly turned violent after police blocked the progress of the marchers.
Medically assisted suicide has been legal across Canada since June, and in Quebec since December.
A poll conducted by an immigration reform advocacy group shows Trump with abysmal favorability ratings among Latino voters — and the GOP as a whole isn't doing much better.
The FBI released on Friday files related to its investigation of Clinton's use of an unsecured email server to discuss classified information.
A pro-prohibition drug cop has provided some dubious statistical ammo from Colorado to opponents of marijuana legalization ahead of the upcoming election.
The rape case triggered outrage in June when the woman's victim impact statement went viral, prompting criticism of both the sentencing judge and the US criminal justice system's light penalties for sexual assault.
By Jo Tuckman
In a dialog with young Mexicans, the president answered questions about Donald Trump, gay marriage, and revelations that he copied large chunks of his undergraduate thesis.
By Agnes Walton
Heaps of dead bees piling up outside hives points to acute, immediate pesticide poisoning
The march was organized to pressure the country's electoral authorities to call a referendum on President Maduro's future before January 10, which would mean new elections if he lost.
As the Mexican president prepares to deliver a national address tonight, the question is less about his political future but that of his party
Advocates for legalization say the public is right about pot being relatively harmless, but the authors of a new study say more research is needed.
The blast set off multiple extended explosions, shook nearby buildings, and blanketed the Cape Canaveral area in black smoke.
By Tess Owen
The Jesuit university sold 272 slaves—men, women and children—in 1830 to pay off its debt