All in the name of teaching a lesson, a man steals a car to save a child.
Nearly a quarter million Virginians will have to change their insurance plans this fall. That's because many of them did not follow new Affordable Care Act rules. Now, some companies and individuals will need to choose new policies.
The big guns of British politics have been wheeled out over the past few days to campaign for votes in Scotlands referendum on independence. Recent polls suggest the vote on whether Scotland will leave the United Kingdom is too close to call.
Fox News poll: 47 percent would vote Republican if voting for Congress today.
Nearly five million passwords were leaked, but Google denies being hacked.
A US army helicopter squadron goes off course and touches down in Poland, and then has to ask the locals where they are, and then, the location of the nearest pizza joint. Jen Markham has the story.
Bloomberg News takes you to the south lawn of the White House and Lower Manhattan as President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, and First Lady Michelle Obama join Americans in observance of a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks 13 years ago today.
A South African judge on Thursday found that "Blade Runner" Oscar Pistorius was not guilty of the premeditated murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, dismissing the most serious of charges against him.
Nearly 40 nations have agreed to contribute to President Barack Obama's coalition to beat back Islamic State militants. But as CSIS defense expert Samuel Brannen explains, it remains unclear exactly what role many of those nations will play.
Experts say the terrorist organization calling itself the Islamic State is operating like a government, with a bureaucratic hierarchy. Heres how it is structured. Reported by WSJ's Jason Bellini and Reem Makhoul.
Sen. Ted Cruz walked off the stage and left an event hosted by a Christian organization mid-speech after being booed on Wednesday night following comments praising Israel.
Speaking in Iraq hours before President Barack Obama is to deliver a prime-time address to the nation on his strategy to combat Islamic State militants, Secretary of State John Kerry said the world will not allow the group to spread its evil.
The House will postpone its scheduled Thursday vote on a continuing resolution to fund the government past Sept. 30. Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., made the announcement during the afternoon vote series on Wednesday, saying the delay was needed to give members time to reach an agreement on whether to include Obama administration-requested language to aid Syrian rebels against terrorist insurgents operating under the name the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. McCarthy said the delay was warranted "given the severity of the situation and the need for all members to properly evaluate" the issues.