The databases belonging to the Defense Department contained at least 1.8 billion internet posts scared by intelligence services from news sites, comment sections, web forums and social media including Facebook.
The notorious murderer Charles Manson has died at 83, but the young women who fell under his spell have their own stories.
Top U.S. nuclear commander, Air Force Gen. John Hyten, said Saturday he would not follow orders to carry out an illegal nuclear strike made by President Donald Trump.
The chemical company whose plant suffered multiple explosions during Hurricane Harvey has been sued by the Harris County Attorney's Office, seeking $1 million and changes to the company's emergency preparedness plans.
Virginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner, who introduced a bill deregulating the payday loan market, is a top recipient of campaign cash from the industry, which has also engaged in considerable lobbying on Capitol Hill.
Scientists discovered an Earth-like planet orbiting a star where, earlier this year, they had previously picked up mysterious radio signals that some had attributed to aliens.