The U.S. transferred five prisoners from Guantanamo Bay on Thursday, The Associated Press reports. Three men were sent to Georgia and two to Slovakia.
The NFL announced Thursday that this weekend's scheduled game in Buffalo between the Bills and Jets will be relocated due to debilitating snowfall.
Carla Ferrigno, wife of The Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno, is the latest woman to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
Nearly 1,000 people have been killed in Ukraine since the Sept. 5 cease-fire, a new UN report shows. That's an average of 13 people per day in eastern Ukraine, the area most affected by the conflict between government troops and pro-Russian rebels.
This one's a head-shaker. In 2011 and 2012, Robert Lustyik, a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent on the counterintelligence squad in White Plains, New York (now retired), and his childhood friend Johannes Thaler, a shoe salesman at a Macy's, solicited bribes in exchange for confidential government information that Lustyik had access to at work — and they texted and emailed about the plan in great detail the entire time.
Texters tired of words can turn to emoji, but really, those only get you so far. After all, it's 2014 and we're shockingly deprived of a cheese wedge option.
Florida State University's Strozier Library was the scene of America's latest school shooting. For one extraordinarily lucky student, that was both the very worst and very best place to be.
Soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) says that President Obama's impending executive action granting temporary amnesty to illegal immigrants already in the U.S.
Admiral Michael Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency and commander of the U.S .Cyber Command, warned the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday that the threat of a cyber attack on the U.S.
If someone presented you with an original 1868 Sholes and Glidden Type-Writer, and told you to write your senior thesis using it, you'd be in for a world of pain.
New Girl's Schmidt may not know how to do laundry, but if his name is any indication, he may be a skilled metalworker or blacksmith.
The House Appropriations Committee has concluded that it would be "impossible" to stop President Obama's executive action to curtail deportations, according to The Hill.
For the fourth time in five years, a majority of Americans say it is not the federal government's responsibility to ensure all citizens have health insurance, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday.
Pulling off a Thanksgiving dinner without your guests catching you still in your robe, maniacally stirring cranberry sauce with one hand while you stuff your bird with the other, is a level of kitchen preparedness that we all aspire to and only few achieve.
Northern Siberia is so cold, Russian police are considering taking a page out of Santa's playbook. Bedeviled by snowmobiles that can run of gas or malfunction at inopportune moments, the authorities of Russia's Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug area are wondering if they wouldn't be better served with a "reindeer police force," The Guardian reports.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is lashing out over President Obama's latest pick for the Treasury Department, writing in a Huffington Post op-ed that "enough is enough." Obama last week appointed investment banker Antonio Weiss to serve as the Treasury Department's Under Secretary for Domestic Finance.
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The Associated Press reports that NSA officials had a "secret internal debate" about the phone surveillance program years before Edward Snowden leaked information about it.
Before anyone could fear Virginia Woolf or Mrs. Robinson could seduce Benjamin, legendary Director Mike Nichols was a part of an acclaimed and beloved comedy duo called Nichols and May.
In a major loss for reasonable discourse about important issues, the Department of Justice has argued that people should not want encrypted smartphones because they could kill our children.