Hillary Clinton Wins DC Primary, As She Meets With SandersHillary Clinton closed off the presidential primary season with a win in the nation's capital.
Shooting Prompts Lockdown At U.S. CapitolThe U.S. Capitol and the White House were placed on lockdown Monday afternoon.
Google To Begin Testing Self-Driving Cars In WashingtonGoogle says it will begin testing its self-driving cars in Kirkland, Washington.
Hundreds Of Flights Cancelled In Blizzard AftermathHundreds of flights nationally remained delayed or cancelled Monday morning in the aftermath of a major snow storm that hit the East coast over the weekend.
Ted Cruz Says Trump Becoming 'Rattled' By His GainsRepublican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz says his rival Donald Trump is not prepared to be president.
Republican Debate Sure To Highlight Party's Fractured FieldRepublican presidential hopefuls will be returning to the main stage Thursday evening for their last debate before the February 1st Iowa caucus.
Second Bike Death In 4 Days Reported In Florida Keys Authorities have reported the second bike death within four days in the Florida Keys.
US, Cuba Cooperate On Environmental IssuesThe United States and Cuba are working together on environmental issues and signed a statement to solidify it.
Second Democratic Debate A Chance For Sanders, O'Malley\The day for the second Democratic debate has arrived and final preps are being made in Des Moines, Iowa for the event set for the evening.
Presidential Hopefuls Prep For 2nd Democratic Debate Presidential hopefuls are in preparation mode just a day before the second Democratic debate.
Security No.1 Priority For Pope's U.S. Visit\Pope Francis took off from Cuba Tuesday, headed for the United States where the biggest concern for his trip to three cities is safety.
Marlins’ Jose Fernandez Back From DL To Face Fading NatsWhen healthy, Jose Fernandez has been dazzling during his brief career – especially at home. The young Miami Marlins ace will try to make history when he takes the mound against the visiting Washington Nationals on Saturday.
Harper Strikes Out 3 Times, Nats Lose To Marlins 2-1NL batting leader Bryce Harper struck out three times and stranded five runners, and the fading Washington Nationals lost their fourth straight game, 2-1 to the Miami Marlins on Friday night.
Marlins To Take On The Nationals In 3-Game Opener- Any list of the most disappointing teams this season has to include the Washington Nationals, who squandered an opportunity to get back into the race in the National League East over the last week.
Jeb Bush Places First Advertisements Of Campaign In NHAn important presidential primary state will be seeing more of GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush.