The economy is strong. Unemployment is historically low. Consumer confidence is high. So why, exactly, did the Federal Reserve cut rates Wednesday? One argument: By
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is making his first appearance on the stage of CNN’s first night of Democratic debates. The debate starts at 6 p.m.
Adam Smith said he’s known about the white cardboard box in his mother’s freezer his entire life. He assumed it held a wedding cake topper
CNN’s Democratic debates could significantly reshape the battle for the party’s nomination and will, for the first time, test how its hopefuls handle Donald Trump’s
In one of the biggest-ever data breaches, a hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customers’ accounts and credit card applications earlier
FINAL FRONTIER – People have a lot of questions (and misconceptions) about space. It’s understandable given that only 573 humans have ever gone there, according
FINAL FRONTIER – Wrapping up a two-day rendezvous, a SpaceX Dragon cargo ship caught up with the International Space Station Saturday, bringing 5,000 pounds of
PORTLAND, Ore. – These adorable flamingo chicks went for a swimming lesson on July 16 at the Oregon Zoo bird nursery.
ST. LOUIS – Doug Lindsay was 21 and starting his senior year at Rockhurst University, a Jesuit college in Kansas City, Missouri, when his
ERIE COUNTY, Pa. – A bald eagle was found shot dead in Erie County, Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Game Commission announced Friday. Officials are now searching
BROOKLYN – They’d like to make clear the Beastie Boys are over as a musical group following the death of Adam Yauch (known as MCA to Beastie
A former Republican voter from Virginia is the man who made a parody image of the presidential seal that was shown behind President Donald Trump
Canadian police say they have confirmed two sightings of the two teens accused of killing three people on remote Canadian roads, including an American woman and
The remains of a 12-year-girl who disappeared in Weld County, Colorado, in 1984 have been recovered and identified, authorities said Thursday. A work crew discovered
For the new school year, South Dakota public schools will be required to display the national motto: “In God We Trust.” A bill signed by