The White House wants to end the National Security Agency's program of collecting and storing data on Americans' phone calls.
A man opened fire Monday night at the world's largest naval base in Norfolk, Va., killing two people.
The death toll from the mudslide in Washington state is continuing to climb Tuesday, with at least 14 people confirmed dead and more than 100 missing.
Christian charity World Vision has reversed its policy change on hiring applicants in same sex marriage, just days after announcing they would accept them.
Baker Jack Phillips joins a number of wedding vendors who say they'd rather lose their business than violate their beliefs by serving gay weddings.
A new Lifeway Research poll shows 54 percent of Americans think religious liberty is on the decline. Another instance of such decline is playing out in Wisconsin.
Rescue workers continued to search Monday for survivors of the massive mudslide in Washington state that left at least eight people dead.
One of the busiest sea shipping routes in the country is closed Monday after two ships collided in the Houston Ship Channel.
Rising costs of flood insurance are raising an alarm for property owners leaving 1 million policy holders at the mercy of both natural and political forces.
The United States is stepping up efforts to find fugitive Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, doubling the number of airmen and special ops troops.