The POTUS Shield group formed shortly after the presidential election and visits a different city each month.
The German automaker has agreed to pay $4.3 billion in civil and criminal penalties,
The 75-year-old Rose said he has no concerns about coming back too quickly.
Pope Francis has said he is open to married men becoming priests to combat the Roman Catholic Church’s shortage of clergy.
The office supply chain reported a $548 million dollar loss in its fourth quarter.
You might need to clean out your refrigerator after losing power from Wednesday’s wind.
“My message to President Trump is — not so fast,” Washington state’s attorney said.
The meeting lasted past 27 hours as exhausted lawmakers groped for coffee refills, clean shirts, and showers.
“A person, probably armed with an ax, attacked people at random,” police said in a statement.
Police said a 42-year-old Australian man posed as Justin Bieber online to solicit explicit images from children.
The wealth gains could lead to more spending that would lift the economy.
Gregg Dunay, of Florida, has no question as to the suspect’s motive for nearly running him off the road and beating him.
NBC News was one of the organizations specifically cited by Trump last month in his tweet about the “fake news” media.
“I’m in a very bad situation, and I need to get help,” a woman told a 911 operator.
Police in New Hampshire said a woman injected her friend with drugs while she was in labor.
In its first public hearing, House GOPers largely support Republican-backed Obamacare replacement
The U.S. event coincided with the U.N.-designated International Women’s Day.
As more states legalize marijuana for humans, more pet owners are giving their furry companions cannabis-based extracts for pain.
A city spokesperson said emergency responders were still removing injured people from the bus over 30 minutes after the crash, pulling many …
Documents released by WikiLeaks allege the CIA has been targeting gadgets ranging from smart TVs to smartphones to cars.
After tumbling 12 percent Monday, shares of Snap Inc. fell another 10 percent Tuesday.
Affected would be people who purchase their own private health plans directly from an insurer and those covered by Medicaid.