During World War II, American women pilots were trained to fly non-combat missions so that men could fly fighter planes.
America’s Harvard University said Wednesday it has received $400 million from American billionaire John Paulson.
The US Congress completed action Tuesday to end the government’s huge program of collecting telephone call data designed to help stop terrorist attacks.
The United States Senate has agreed to begin debate on a bill to reform how the nation fights terrorism.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry returns home Monday after breaking his leg in a bicycle accident.
Just a week after entering the Twitter world with his new handle, @POTUS, U.S. President Barack Obama was on Twitter Thursday answering questions on climate change.
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum launched his second campaign for the White House on Wednesday.
Recovery operations in Texas and Mexico are expected to continue Tuesday, after severe weather ravaged the region.
Texas police are guarding against violence after a clash between competing motorcycle gangs.
The U.S. Department of Justice has charged six Chinese citizens with economic spying and stealing trade secrets.