At a Washington forum, president’s son-in-law provided no details about the administration’s peace initiative.
A Merrimack County judge has dismissed a felony sexual assault case against a former Plymouth State University student.Conner Welch, 22, was accused of raping a young woman in
Legal experts told Business Insider that the plea deal struck by Michael Flynn with special counsel Robert Mueller means there is much more to come.
Jimmy Kimmel and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore engaged in a Twitter feud Thursday afternoon after Kimmel's show filmed a segment at a Moore event.
Bette Midler took to Twitter to share a video of a 1991 interview, in which she alleges that Geraldo Rivera drugged and "groped" her in the 1970s.
Facing a new allegation from Jenny Lumet, Simmons says he will "commit myself to continuing my personal growth, spiritual learning and above all to listening."
Conservative street artist Sabo said he altered the billboard in response to Senator Al Franken's "refusing to step down" following misconduct allegations.
Private conduct of a senior counter-intelligence agent and an FBI lawyer could stoke further debate about the bureau’s impartiality.
Men have been my champions and they are unequivocally responsible for many of those cracks in the glass ceiling.
The agency learned of the breach from Israeli spies who had hacked a Russian anti-virus firm.
A guilty plea probably marks the end of the public life of the former national security adviser and storied Army general.
The mission in Niger has been under scrutiny after four elite U.S. soldiers were killed there in October.
But there's concern a sweeping tax-cut proposal could put the program on hold again.
"This whole situation made me see just how precious and delicate life is,” Jonathan Winnefeld wrote before he died.
Under the Trump administration, the State Department will become smaller and arguably weaker.
Reza Zarrab testifies in federal court he was told Erdogan approved a scheme to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran.
The latest test means a significant step forward in North Korea's missile development.
The cruiser's crew ordered a hard turn of 30 degrees first to the right and then to the left, before striking a South Korean vessel.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said the latest missile test is edging the world closer to war.
Trump called Kim Jong Un a ‘sick puppy,’ but options to confront Pyongyang remained limited.
Lt. Col. Jason Heard was removed due to a “loss of confidence in his leadership and risk management style,” the Air Force said.
The attorney general also announced grants, a new DEA office and a role for Kellyanne Conway to combat opioids.
Rep. Walter Jones is referring to a June report that he says reveals "rampant pedophilia among high-ranking Afghan military and police leaders."
Ahmed Abu Khatallah was convicted of helping to plan and carry out the attack, but acquitted on charges that his actions led to the deaths of four Americans.
Zarrab, an Erdogan pal whose name has also come up in the Mueller probe, was the lead defendant in the sanctions case but began cooperating with authorities.
North Korea is on its way back onto a very short list of countries the United States says sponsor terrorism.
Three people accused of busting into a Franklin home in August and robbing a paralyzed woman at gunpoint have been indicted by a Merrimack County grand jury.Juan Flores, 26, Bryan
A former Sununu Youth Services Center counselor accused of sexually assaulting a teenager sentenced to the juvenile detention facility is facing nearly two dozen criminal charges
A man accused of driving the wrong way and causing a crash that killed five teenagers in Vermont last year, including a New Hampshire student, had fentanyl and elevated levels of a
Bow police arrested four people Wednesday morning after executing a search warrant on 3 Branch Londonderry Turnpike West in the town.Police said initially the suspects did not want
The heavy granite panels bear more than 2,300 names of those who served.
The first lady spent about an hour at a preplanned free event for families of active-duty members that included arts and crafts, stories and games.
In the run up to Veterans Day, the World War I record of the 371st infantry regiment of African-American soldiers gains some recognition.
The event is not open to the general public. It is intended for military families only.
Bergdahl had pleaded guilty, and a military judge ordered he should be dishonorably discharged from the service.
He has broad authority, but only if a direct attack on the United States is imminent or underway
Head of nuclear weapons production says that disclosing safety lapses could be counterproductive
The chair of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board tells the White House the idea complies with Trump’s policies
Charles McMillan, who presided over controversial missteps and higher budgets, says he will retire at year’s end.
Senator questions a federal agency’s commitment to nuclear weapons safety oversight and enforcement