The United States Court of Appeals temporarily prevented Gov. Gary Herbert and the State of Utah from de-funding the women's health organization.
These are the political battlegrounds in the U.S. that await in the next year in the effort to legalize pot.
Researchers say rare signals called "fast radio bursts" are more credible than other gamma-ray burst testing methods.
Was Obama Depicted With Darker Skin In 2008 Election Attack Ads? New Study Says Images Elicited Racial Bias
Campaign commercials that aired in 2008 may have been designed to stir racial biases, researchers say.
Still trying to figure out how to ring in 2016? If you're in Toronto, look no further.
Some users were briefly unable to reach the microblogging site's homepage Tuesday evening.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards were running a live-fire exercise Saturday near the USS Harry S Truman.
Demonstrators decried an Ohio grand jury's decision not to indict white police officers in the 2014 shooting death of a black 12-year-old.
The hacktivist group said on Twitter that it foiled a terrorist operation being planned for Italy.
The White House released a statement to mark the African-American cultural celebration that continues through Jan. 1.
Eight major energy companies are expected to cut their budgets by a combined $21 billion next year.
Researchers have developed a scalable manufacturing method to create the material, which could be used to make airplanes, cars and spacecraft.
'Rhodes Must Fall' Movement: Former South African President De Klerk Tells Oxford Students To Respect Colonialist's Legacy
The #RhodesMustFall movement has gained momentum among students who have criticized Cecil Rhodes for his segregationist legacy.
Who Is Lance Leeroy Arellano? Body Found In Utah Cave Believed To Be Wanted Man Who Disappeared Five Years Ago
Authorities believe the remains are of Lance Leeroy Arello, who they say shot a park ranger five years ago.
Officials said the fire at the Islamic Society of Greater Houston had multiple points of origin and is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
The Santiago government is studying the project's feasibility and environmental impact.
Why Is Russia Warming More Than Twice As Fast Than Rest Of World? Climate Change Experts Raise Concerns
A new government report shows climate change 2.5 times faster than global average as Moscow sees record highs.
While parts of the Northeast were expecting springlike temperatures Thursday, parts of the South were dealing with tornadoes.
Those who object to a "full-body electronic screening" may still be required to undergo an "advanced image" screening, officials said.
Criteria set by Fox Business Network could block Republicans John Kasich, Carly Fiorina and Rand Paul from participating in the "main event" Jan. 14.
A 37 percent increase since 2002 in fatalities from cirrhosis and other health effects does not include deaths from drunken-driving crashes.
Sgt. Joe Lemm, a detective, was among the U.S. service members killed by a suicide bomber Monday near Bagram Airfield.
Does Hillary Clinton Owe Donald Trump An Apology? Campaign Says 'Hell No' Regarding ISIS Video Claim
The results of a Reuters/Ipsos poll emerged as the candidates' camps squabbled Monday over the Democrat's recent remarks about the Republican.
Here's everything that you need to know about the Christmas Eve celebration Nochebuena, Spanish for “good night.”
Colorado Marijuana Tourism: Cannabis Tours, Bud Hotels Popular With Visitors, But State Won't Market Legal Pot To Travelers
Ski season travelers may be interested in Colorado's cannabis culture, but tourism offices aren't yet ready to tout it.
Christmas Tipping Guide 2015: How To Tip Your Hairdresser, Mailman, House Cleaner And Other Service Workers This Holiday Season
Check out this guide to what you should tip your babysitter, nanny, garbage man and other service providers this holiday season.
Businessman Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, already leading in the polls, gave two of the stronger performances of the night, according to pundits.
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz Immigration Reform Debate 2015: Republicans With Foreign Roots Fight Over Immigrants' Rights
Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio were split on whether their positions were similar. Cruz denied any commonalities, while Rubio argued they both backed a path to citizenship.
The former Florida governor called Trump a "chaos candidate," while the businessman called Bush's campaign "a total disaster."
GOP Princess Bride Feud: During Republican CNN Debate, Lindsey Graham Slams Ted Cruz's Love For Princess Buttercup
"Princess Buttercup would not like this," the U.S. senator from South Carolina said, referring to a character from his GOP rival's favorite film.