A 22-month-old is brought back to life after 90 minutes with no pulse.
New app "Roadie" teams up with Waffle House to offer extremely unique delivery service.
A Washington, D.C., FBI agent was charged Friday with stealing heroin obtained in undercover investigations and using it to get high.
Early evidence suggests an experimental drug may help slow memory loss in people who may be in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease but who have not yet been diagnosed.
Millions of Americans are digging out from snow on this, the first day of spring.
The Obama administration unveils the first major nationwide safety restrictions on fracking.
Federal authorities are investigating the grisly discovery of the body of a man found hanging by a bed sheet Thursday morning in the Mississippi woods.
Four suicide bombers hit a pair of crowded mosques in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Friday, killing at least 137 people and injuring more than 300 others, officials told NBC News.
Sightings of the Northern Lights excited nature photographers and sparked a flurry of posts to social media Tuesday night.
National Urban League releases new "State of Black America" report.
A body pulled from a New Jersey river was identified Thursday as Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird, who vanished more than a year ago after leaving his home for a walk.
A 5-year-old boy confined to a hospital room due to a rare immune disorder is asking people to wear yellow in a show of support before his next operation — and the response on social media has been overwhelming, his family says.
ISIS purportedly claimed responsibility for the Tunisia museum massacre in an online audio recording posted on a website linked to the group, analysts said Thursday.
Officials with Carnival Cruise Lines said Wednesday afternoon information from the investigation into a report of a passenger overboard during a trip from Galveston, Texas, indicates the man did not fall, he jumped.
A University of South Carolina fraternity member was found dead at an off-campus home Wednesday, authorities said.
State police have launched an investigation after footage showing the violent arrest of a University of Virginia student sparked protests and prompted concern among top officials.
A former U.S. Air Force mechanic accused of attempting to join ISIS appeared Wednesday in a Brooklyn federal court, where he pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.
What does Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection mean for U.S.-Israeli relations?
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla begin a four day visit to the United States with several stops around Washington, D.C.
A contestant on "Food Network Star", her husband and unborn child were murdered in a small western North Carolina community.