In the past year, one Apple news story proved more memorable than the latest version of the iPhone.
The company's vision for the future of brick-and-mortar grocery stores impresses some people, alarms others.
Recovery efforts wind down as officials investigate the cause of the blaze and consider possible criminal charges.
The vice president hints at a possible run for the White House before telling reporters he's "not committing to anything."
Derick Ion Almena leased the building in Oakland, Calif., where dozens of people burned to death.
Cubans are left to ponder what life will be like now that the man who ruled for more than five decades has been laid to rest.
Relatives launch their own campaign to search for debris in an effort to solve the mystery of how the plane disappeared in 2014.
The market for car loans is actually getting stronger, with subprime loans declining and prime ones increasing.
A sign of the time after the 1941 attack — a class photo showing students holding bags with gas masks.
Officials say they received no heads-up about the controversial call, which angered China without reaping any benefits for the U.S.
Two alleged incidents of anti-Muslim violence have happened in New York City in two days.
A new study shows that poverty can cut up to 10 years off of men's lives in the United States.
Bana Alabed, a 7-year-old who caught the world's attention with her tweets, is apparently OK after her account briefly disappeared.
A trove of water could be hidden more than 250 miles underground, new research suggests.
The former vice president had an "extremely interesting conversation" with the president-elect.
The House Speaker says he doesn't care that Donald Trump continues to post outlandish claims.
Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein sued in federal court to try to force a recount in Pennsylvania.
The president-elect's presence in Trump Tower since Election Day has caused traffic jams and frustration.
The announcement clears the way for Democrat Roy Cooper to be declared the winner almost a month after Election Day.
A gunman told police he traveled to a D.C. pizzeria to "self-investigate" a conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton.
A federal judge grants the Charleston church shooting suspect's request, at least for the first phase of his trial.
Protesters pledged to remain camped on federal land in North Dakota as some worried about a possible decision reversal.
The music icon won't be at the Nobel Prize ceremony, but he has sent a speech to be read aloud.
On Dec. 26, Shinzo Abe will become the first Japanese leader to visit the site of the attack that propelled the U.S. into World War II.
The president-elect picks his former campaign rival to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A foreign ministry spokesman in Beijing says China is maintaining contacts with the president-elect's team.
There are potential problems with his plan to heavily tax companies that move jobs overseas and still try to sell their goods in the U.S.
A one-time tenant of the "Ghost Ship" isn't surprised a deadly fire ripped through the cluttered space.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus and Tenn. GOP Sen. Bob Corker are said to be top contenders.
Family members have been told they may have to provide DNA samples to as authorities continue their search.
The former CIA director says he "paid a very heavy price" for sharing classified info with his former lover and biographer.
"Since he managed to achieve success in business, that shows he is a clever person,” Russian President Vladimir Putin observed.
The president-elect goes as "me" to a "Villains and Heroes" bash hosted by one of his biggest donors.
Hours after it dropped a case in the state courts, the Green Party said it will seek an emergency federal court order on Monday.
The mystery over what happened to Sherri Papini is confounding investigators and roiling social media.
Some U.S. conservatives are cheering the president-elect's decision to break with a policy in place since Richard Nixon.
Several universities are considering labeling themselves that way, given the fears of immigrant students.
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The former prisoner of war is accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan.