A nor'easter packing rain and snow is posing special challenges and threatening to cancel flights across the country. a
Some 2,000 troops helped ward off a second night of rampant arson and looting in suburban St. Louis.
More than 46 million Americans will travel over the long weekend — the most Thanksgiving road warriors since 2007.
The number of troops in Afghanistan next year will be larger than originally thought to fill a gap left in the NATO mission.
Dinner will be cut short: The department store chain will open at 6 p.m., two hours earlier than last year.
Ever wonder what happened to those turkeys that got a Thanksgiving reprieve from the President?
A nor'easter headed up the East Coast could cause havoc for millions of Thanksgiving travelers.
A timeline of events since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown all the way up to the grand jury decision.
More National Guard troops are heading to Missouri in an effort to quell riots.
Sweeping new rules will require calorie counts on menus and establish a national standard for nutrition information.
President Barack Obama presented the highest U.S. civilian honor to 18 people including actress Meryl Streep and singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder.
A grand jury has decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, whose fatal shooting sparked weeks of protests.
Hagel was appointed less than two years ago as Obama pushed his signature program of winding up wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The U.S. military will have a wider role to fight the Taliban alongside Afghan forces after the current mission ends next month.
The President shrugged off criticism of his executive action on immigration.
Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor who was jailed for smoking crack cocaine, has died.
A look back at the biggest newsmakers this week and the headline you may have missed.
Republicans sued over the implementation of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
The fuel leak can increase the risk of fire, safety regulators say.
China could invade the computer systems of utilities, aviation networks, and financial companies, the director of the U.S. National Security Agency has warned.