A comprehensive immigration reform would pave the way for 3 million new homeowners, real estate leaders say.
Las Vegas police are investigating a woman's allegations that former baseball player Jose Canseco Jr. sexually assaulted her.
Inseparable in life, Antonia Lee Candelaria and Emily Conatzer, clung to each other while a tornado hit their school.
Lawmakers in Caracas approved a $79 million credit for the country's ministry of commerce to ship in toilet paper, toothpaste and soap.
The judge sent the jurors back to the deliberation room to work through their differences.
Since arriving at the U.S. Interests Section in Havana nine months ago, Conrad Tribble has become perhaps its tweeter-in-chief, while reaching out to some of Washington's most vocal critics.
The vigilante group forced teenagers acting as cartel lookouts to do community service as street sweepers.
Republicans are trying to unite over White House scandals, but immigration is tearing them apart.
Oklahoma residents have returned to what remains of their homes after Monday's tornado killed at least 24 and destroyed countless homes while reducing one elementary school almost entirely to rubble, killing seven children.
Like fellow Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya in 2000, Carlos Muñoz is the fastest rookie in the field at 228.342 mph.
While Paulina Rubio is making more than Kelly Rowland, Demi Lovato is both the youngest and highest paid female on the show.
The Senate Judiciary Committee went through more than 300 amendments before approving the measure.
Apple Inc. allegedly avoided billions in U.S. taxes, and some in Congress are hoping the spectacle could be the catalyst for Congress to take action to close loopholes, or reform the tax law.