Pacific Gas and Electric Company is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the attack on a California substation last year.
For many, one of the most stressful days of the year is just ahead. If you're one of the millions still scrambling to file, the IRS has a few suggestions that could help.
Government and rebel forces are blaming each other for an alleged chemical strike that killed and injured several people in central Syria April 11.
A morning explosion at a busy bus station in Nigeria's capital of Abuja claimed the lives of at least 71 people and injuring 124 others.
Islam expert and author Robert Spencer explains how the radical Islamic groups that caused the "Arab Spring" in the Middle East are at work in America right now.
Attorneys general from 19 states have joined forces with the Justice Department and the Mount Soledad Memorial Association to save a war memorial cross in San Diego.
NATO urged Russia Friday to pull back its troops from Ukraine's border. New satellite pictures reveal an estimated 40,000 Russian troops gathered there.
The top Democrat on the House panel investigating the Internal Revenue Service political scandal is being accused of possibly playing a role.
Identity thieves have stolen billions of dollars in fake federal tax refunds from the American people.
Raging fires continue to sweep through the Chilean city Valparaiso Monday. At least 12 people are dead and around 2,000 homes have been destroyed.
Pro-golfer Bubba Watson took home his second Masters title in three years on Sunday after taking a three-stroke lead by the 17th hole.
Pro-life centers in New York City have been granted a temporary victory in an ongoing free speech battle.
Armed pro-Russian mobs defied a Ukraine government order Monday to turn over all occupied buildings in the region.