Three people were arrested in Brussels this morning in a series of raids related to an arrest in a Paris suburb Thursday night, the Belgian federal prosecutor said today.
A U.S. military operation killed a top ISIS leader earlier this week, the Pentagon said today.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry suggested today that Americans should not hesitate to visit Europe, speaking from Brussels in the wake of this week's deadly terror attacks, but that he would be discerning in where he went.
A US official confirms that at least two Americans are among the 31 killed in this week's terror attacks in Brussels. This comes as as Secretary of State John Kerry has meetings with leaders in Belgium today. The families of the two have been informed of their deaths.
Federal officials are encouraging generic drugmakers to reformulate their painkillers to make them harder to abuse.
Gerber products is voluntarily recalling certain Organic pouch products after a packaging defect.
Vice President Joe Biden called on Senate Republicans today to consider President Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, while also defending his past comments that Republicans have used to defend their move to deny Obama the ability to fill the seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
Volkswagen missed a deadline today to present an agreement with regulators to fix its diesel emissions problem affecting more than half a million of its cars in the U.S.
An innovative way to battle fraudsters impersonating the IRS to steal millions from consumers is launching today in the form of a simple, free app.