Running On The 'Power Of Conservatives'
March 23 2015 11:20 AM EDT
During his first speech as a declared candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz said more evangelical Christians and young people need to vote.
Hoosiers Fast For Higher Wages
March 23 2015 11:20 AM EDT
The 72.5-hour fast aims to draw attention to the state's $7.25-per-hour minimum wage.
Suspending Students For Pot Could Lead To More Drug Use
March 23 2015 11:06 AM EDT
Students at schools with suspension policies were 1.6 times more likely than kids in schools without them to use marijuana the next year, according to a new study.
A Proposed Siberian High-Speed Railway Would End Near The US
March 23 2015 11:02 AM EDT
The Bering Strait is just 55 miles wide at its narrowest point, so the train line's last stop could be a short distance from U.S. soil.
Obama Calls For Peace, Unity To Fight Boko Haram
March 23 2015 10:58 AM EDT
With elections looming, the U.S. president calls on Nigeria’s leaders and citizens to ensure they are free, fair and peaceful.
Pro-Pot Groups In Maine Stand Divided
March 23 2015 9:18 AM EDT
Marijuana advocates have long viewed New England as a prime target for reform.
Can Ted Cruz Run For President Even Though He's Canadian?
March 23 2015 9:12 AM EDT
Cruz was born to an American mother and Cuban father on Canadian soil.
5 Ways The Affordable Care Act Changed Health Care
March 23 2015 9:10 AM EDT
The law has made sweeping changes to American health care, but the detailed picture is more complicated.
Live Stream Options For Ted Cruz's Big Speech
March 23 2015 8:56 AM EDT
Ted Cruz is scheduled to speak at 10 a.m. EDT from Liberty University in Virginia to announce his presidential campaign.
Democrats Raising Funds Off Cruz's Presidential Announcement
March 23 2015 7:53 AM EDT
Democrats are trying to raise dollars and win grassroots supporters off of Ted Cruz's presidential announcement.
'Get Over Your Temper Tantrum, Mr. President'
March 23 2015 3:35 AM EDT
Senator John McCain criticized recent remarks made by the Obama administration on Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection.
US Urges Vigilance After ISIS 'Kill List' Threatens Troops
March 23 2015 2:55 AM EDT
The group said that the military personnel included in the list had participated in U.S.-led missions against the extremist group.
Officer Shot, 1 Killed In Family Brawl At Arizona Walmart
March 23 2015 2:08 AM EDT
Police officials had arrived at the scene of the incident after receiving a call that a female employee was being assaulted by the group.
Ted Cruz Announces Presidential Run On Twitter
March 23 2015 12:52 AM EDT
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, formally announced his presidential bid on Monday, becoming the first major candidate to officially enter the field for the 2016 presidential elections.
OPEC Can't Get Nonmembers To Cooperate: Saudi Minister
March 22 2015 10:07 PM EDT
Brent crude settled at $55.32 a barrel Friday, about half of what it was selling for in the summer of 2013.
Rolling Stone To Publish Independent Review Of Rape Article
March 22 2015 8:47 PM EDT
The results are expected to appear in an April issue of Rolling Stone.
Vigil Held At Burned Out Brooklyn Home
March 22 2015 6:07 PM EDT
Mourners held a vigil for seven children who died in a fire sparked by a faulty hot plate.
Charges Against NJ's Menendez Forthcoming: Report
March 22 2015 4:36 PM EDT
The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has been under a corruption probe for the past two years.
Who Is The Ideal US Presidential Candidate?
March 22 2015 4:11 PM EDT
Over half of all Americans want a president who is willing to change Obama's policies, poll results say.
FBI Calls For Patience In Mississippi Hanging Inquiry
March 22 2015 2:34 PM EDT
FBI Agent Don Alway says rumors should be set aside as investigators dig for facts.