More than 2,000 active duty troops will leave before the holidays.
The Iraqi government began to reopen the heavily-fortified area of Baghdad that's been closed since the U.S. invasion.
Google+ will shut down in April instead of August.
French President Emmanuel Macron promised sweeping economic reforms in a speech Monday night.
Retraining programs are making it easier for states and companies to prepare workers for a shifting job market.
The CDC warns raw cookie dough, cake mixes and batter may contain salmonella and E. coli.
Experts say concerns about Brexit and trade tensions with China have led to recent market volatility.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is making a last-ditch effort to drum up support in Parliament for her Brexit plan.
If the agency's new director follows in the footsteps of her predecessor, the CFPB might not have a future at all.
Maria Butina is charged with two counts of acting as an unregistered foreign agent in the U.S.
Until recently, scientists stuck to broader trends instead of directly linking extreme weather to human-driven climate change.
The entertainment industry gives out dozens of awards a year. Here's what they all mean.