The U.S. House of Representatives averted a government shutdown on Thursday, narrowly passing a $1.1 trillion spending bill despite strenuous Democratic objections to controversial financial provisions.
An American nurse who was exposed to Ebola while volunteering in an Ebola treatment unit in Sierra Leone arrived at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center in Maryland on Thursday, NIH said in a statement.
Advocates say announcement could open new markets across the country and give rise to a rich new business on reservations.
The inventor of the World Wide Web said on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was incorrect when he alleged the Internet was a project created by U.S. spies in the Central Intelligence Agency.
Despite its attention-grabbing name, the app offers common-sense advice that applies to motorists of all races.
A woman who has accused Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting her in the 1970s filed a defamation lawsuit against him Wednesday, alleging he “publicly branded” her a liar through statements made by his lawyer and publicist.
About 200 residents of West Las Vegas and dignitaries celebrated the reopening of F Street on Thursday, hailing it as reunification of a historic neighborhood with a reawakening downtown.
Strong gales and sheets of rain that knocked out electricity, flooded freeways and toppled trees in Northern California churned Thursday to a slide-prone Southern California bracing for its own beating.
CIA Director John Brennan said on Thursday that some agency officers used “abhorrent” interrogation techniques and said it was “unknowable” whether so-called enhanced interrogation techniques managed to get useful intelligence out of terrorism suspects.
A 21-year-old pre-med student was eating lunch when he heard a commotion outside the Hurricane Grill & Wings. He ran outside and saw a silver Lincoln half-submerged in the lake.