Officials in Ohio have revealed a mural dedicated to Fiona, the baby hippo at Cincinnati Zoo that beat the odds and survived despite being born nearly two months early
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is looking into how to be removed from a national association's censure list after being criticized for its handling of a confrontation between a university lecturer and a student recruiting for a conservative group
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer has announced that her running mate is Garlin Gilchrist II, who runs the University of Michigan's Center for Social Media Responsibility
Drugmaker AbbVie is donating $100 million to Ronald McDonald House Charities to help provide housing to pediatric patients and their families across the U.S.
Venezuela on Monday slashed five zeros from prices as part of a plan President Maduro says will tame hyperinflation but critics see as pushing the country deeper into crisis. Store owners, meanwhile, are wrestling with an anguishing decision: close up shop, or hit customers with steep price hikes to pay for a 60-fold increase to the minimum wage. David Pollard reports.
Melania Trump pressed ahead Monday with her campaign to teach children how to behave positively online, but during the government-sponsored cyberbullying conference her husband sent a fresh round of disparaging tweets.
A federal judge in Boston is considering whether to allow certain immigrants married to U.S. citizens but facing deportation to remain in the country.
President Donald Trump's nominee for drug czar is scheduled to visit Connecticut to talk with state and local officials about drug addiction, in response to more than 100 overdoses from synthetic marijuana in New Haven last week
A female employee opened fire at a Houston-area food distribution center early Monday, killing a company manager and wounding another worker, police said
Two suspects have been detained after shots were fired from a moving car at the U.S. Embassy in Turkey, an attack that comes during heightened tensions between the two NATO allies
Melania Trump encouraged technology and social media companies Monday to provide more opportunities for young people to share ideas for how to be good citizens online.