On Sept. 18, 1944, as Jackson's platoon was pinned down by heavy Japanese fire, he ran forward by himself toward a pillbox holding about 35 e
Why the Supreme Court May Need to Act.
The new bill introduced by Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, is meant to prevent child deaths in hot cars.
High School Punishes Student for Satirical Campaign Speech
Looking for an excuse to pack up the car for a road trip this weekend?
Look out for the red, white, and blue this week as the United States celebrates Flag Day. Here's what you should know.
The Nonhuman Rights Project is seeking to have chimps classified as legal "persons," with all the rights that implies.
He worried about it, but it survived - and he later discovered how it served as a life-saving medical centre.
We Honor the Victims of Communism.
Members of Congress Push for Aid to Victims of ISIS in Middle East
Man-made environmental change isn't new.
The leadership at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, has banned the use of data collected.
Soldiers of the American, British and Canadian forces stormed the beaches of Normandy and led to the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Our spirit will endure, beyond political seasons, and despite whatever revolting attacks may yet be to come.
For the overwhelming majority of Muslims, Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is a time of prayer and atonement.
At 97, Ben Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive and he has a far-reaching message for today’s world.
If you believe you've been a victim of the scam, you can report the incident to the local marshals office.
It is apparently not uncommon for jihadists to obtain thousands of pounds in student loans with no intention of attending school.
In this week's ruling, the judges said Davis made a case that the detention violated her constitutional right regarding unreasonable seizure.
She criticised the policy of punishing a whole class for one person's bad behaviour - by citing the Geneva Conventions.