Authorities say Emanuel Lutchman, 25, accused of planning attack in New York state, has also been in trouble with the law since 2006, served time for robbery
Zoo celebrates by treating mother of 14 to special cake of rolled oats, molasses; wild black rhinos live to be 16 to 20 years old
100-plus people stand outside prosecutor Tim McGinty's home during peaceful protest, demand federal probe of boy's shooting in 2014
DraftKings, FanDuel fight to keep doing business in New York; lawsuit based on ‘misunderstanding’ of how games work, DraftKings' attorney says
Islamist group's recruitment tool notes candidate's call for ban on Muslims' entry into US, suggests US blacks live in deeply racist society, can find solace in Islam
Terrorism experts say dreams of Islamic State militants warrant close study because they can shed light on emotional appeal that encourages some people to enlist
As rapid industry growth increases competition, bar is rising for those starting or working for a brewery
Defendant's attorney cites 'need to safeguard fragile constitutional rights in increasingly prevalent climate of fear'
Could artificial intelligence actually help predict hacks before they happen? Some analysts predict that will be one development in the ever-shifting battle to protect computer systems from threats
After years of studies and trials, all military positions, including combat positions, are opening up to females
Emanuel Lutchman, 25, is charged with attempting to provide material support to IS in an alleged plan to kill civilians on New Year's Eve in the name of the terror group
In his first weekly address of 2016, President Obama called on Congress to work on the "unfinished business" of controlling the country's "epidemic of gun violence."
Call for new gun laws comes ahead of expected executive action to require background checks for more gun sales
At least 28 people have died in the U.S. Midwest since the weekend in rare winter floods
Cameroon's leaders and soldiers are appreciative of US efforts but some locals are still unaware what the Americans have been doing in the months since they arrived
1,274 of Clinton's emails have been retroactively classified since the department started reviewing them; Two emails released Thursday were designated 'secret'
Around the world, fear of terrorism meant heightened security at or even the cancellation of events where large crowds gather to usher in the new year