Public outcry has led Washington, D.C., to devote more resources to finding missing children and preventing runaways.
The Bloomberg Global Health Index ranked 163 countries, and Italy came in at the top.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn denied that he planned to remove an enemy of Turkey's president from the U.S.
Officials are investigating reports that U.S.-led airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold Mosul left roughly 200 civilians dead.
The Trump administration might have signed off on the Keystone XL project, but Nebraska still hasn't approved it.
California lawmakers just upped the number of zero-emission cars automakers have to sell.
The Trump team will look at overhauling the tax code, but don't expect new legislation soon.
Republicans failed to pass a replacement for Obamacare, but the health care political fight is still far from over.
More than 36 million U.S. adults smoke cigarettes — and nearly three-fourths of them have "one or more low-socioeconomic disadvantages."
Peter Nicks explains how the film changed with the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement and two new scandals that rocked the department.
A Virginia judge said President Trump's previous comments shouldn't disqualify his executive order.
Speaker Paul Ryan suspended the vote on the American Health Care Act after too many Republicans defected.