Iran's president warned Tuesday that it could ramp up its nuclear program and quickly achieve a more advanced level if the U.S. continues "threats and sanctions" against his country.
Public health officials in two Arizona counties are warning residents about the discovery of plague bacteria.
A Virginia police chief said he "absolutely" regrets violence that erupted over the weekend when dozens of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members clashed with counterprotesters.
Police in Texas acting on a tip found 16 immigrants locked inside a tractor-trailer parked at a gas station about 20 miles from the border with Mexico.
"If you're a racist and you kill someone, that doesn't mean it's a hate crime," said Timothy J. Heaphy, a former U.S. attorney in the Western District of Virginia.
Federal officials arrested a man in connection with a plot to detonate a vehicle bomb in an alley adjacent to BancFirst in downtown Oklahoma City.
A man who may have been trying to kill himself rammed his car into a pizzeria east of Paris on Monday, killing a 13-year-old girl and injuring her younger brother and at least 11 others, authorities said.
After a week of incendiary language from President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, administration officials on Sunday tried to tamp down fears that the two nations are on the brink of a nuclear war.
The conclusion at the end of the movie ‘WarGames’ (1983) is still valid today. The only possible move to win a nuclear war, is not to play.