U.S. President Barack Obama Wednesday ordered 450 more military trainers to go to Iraq.
U.S. Secret Service agents cleared reporters from the White House briefing room Tuesday following a bomb threat.
Dennis Hastert, former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, told a court Tuesday that he is not guilty of federal charges against him.
More than 200 police officers are searching for two murderers who escaped from a prison in the American state of New York.
During World War II, American women pilots were trained to fly non-combat missions so that men could fly fighter planes.
U.S. officials said hackers in China are responsible for stealing information on millions of federal government employees.
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.