The United States struck back Thursday at Russia for hacking the U.S. presidential campaign with a sweeping set of punishments targeting Russia’s spy agencies and diplomats.
A former Las Vegas company mounted a novel defense in dispute over $1.1 million contract with NHL’s Minnesota Wild.
Some Republicans in Congress say they will fight to overturn the designation of Nevada’s Gold Butte and Bears Ears in Utah for federal protection, but President-elect Trump doesn’t have the power to turn back the clock, experts say.
A Texas woman was killed on Thursday and her two young daughters hurt when they fell from a chair lift at a Colorado ski resort, authorities said.
Trump administration will have final say on the plans, which range from banning new mining activity on about 10 million acres for up to 20 years to imposing no additional restrictions on mine locations.
With only a few days left in the year, here’s a look at some of the people who passed away in 2016.
Airport officials say a man and a woman disrupted a Delta Air Lines flight to Los Angeles, prompting the flight crew to return to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Russia’s president and the Syrian army said Thursday that a nation-wide ceasefire agreement has been reached with opposition rebels, set to begin at midnight. The deal was confirmed by the Turkish foreign ministry.
Sen. John McCain wants sanctions against Russia for its alleged attempt to influence the U.S. presidential election, adding that the country remains “a threat to the very fundamentals of democracy.”
Reaction to the death of actress Debbie Reynolds Wednesday at 84, a day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, died.