'Holding me hostage': Tensions high for Americans on quarantined cruise ship
“They’re absolutely holding me hostage and treating me like a prisoner when I did nothing wrong,” Karey Maniscaldo told NBC News.
Woman posed as photographer to steal newborn, police say
During the suspect's visits to the victim's home, she was seen taking selfies with the baby and wiping her fingerprints from items she touched. On...
Amy Klobuchar launches ad campaign in South Carolina
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar launched a six-figure ad buy in South Carolina, two weeks ahead of the state's primary contest.
3 diners shot at 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Kandi Burruss' restaurant
The Valentine's Day shooting injured one diner who police believe was the target and two bystanders, police said. The suspect is at large.
Ask before you recline, Delta CEO says after seat-punching video
The Delta chief's comments come after a viral video of an American Airlines passenger repeatedly punching the seat of a woman in front of him after...
This creamy Tuscan chicken dish should be dinner tonight
Feel a little droopy? This colorful and creamy chicken and pasta dish is the perfect pick-me-up.
Why water running may be the workout you've been waiting for
By taking running into the pool, you’ll get a great dose of cardio without pounding the pavement.
U.K. braces for hurricane force winds and enormous waves as Storm Dennis rolls in
Airlines have pre-emptively canceled hundreds of flights out of London and other U.K. airports and train lines have warned about possible delays.
Cute videos, but little evidence: Police say Amazon Ring isn't much of a crime fighter
Hundreds of police departments have signed agreements with Ring to gain access to footage filmed on home surveillance cameras
Fire and knives in preschool? A push to let kids learn outdoors ignites debate over safety
Schools that let small children learn in the woods are trying to join the mainstream — but to do so, they might have to leave the knives and fire...
'On the brink': Trump's push for Medicaid transparency could worsen rural hospital crisis
Small rural hospital administrators are concerned that if the changes go through, they may have to close, one expert said.
Judges are nearly untouchable. That makes them overdue for a #MeToo reckoning.
The very branch of government charged with enforcing federal discrimination and harassment laws does not police its own.