San Francisco is 1st major US city to ban e-cigarettes
San Francisco became the first major U.S. city to ban the sale of electronic cigarettes after supervisors gave the measure its second and final vote Tuesday
'Decade of negligence': Feds fail to protect Americans' info, report says
Several major federal agencies that collect vast amounts of personal data about American citizens routinely failed to adequately protect it, a congressional report says.
Bill Cosby appeals conviction, saying other accusers were wrongly allowed to testify
The comedian is serving three to 10 years in prison.
As US sanctions hit Iran, residents complain of medicine shortages
Last week, Trump pulled back on a military strike against Iran for shooting down an American surveillance drone, saying he would impose more sanctions.
YouTube gaming personality found dead, police say
Popular YouTube gaming personality Desmond "Etika" Amofah has been found dead less than a week after he went missing, according to police.
Trump responds to Iranian insults with threat of 'obliteration'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday responded to Iranian mockery by threatening to potentially "obliterate" parts of that country if it attacks "anything American."
Pilot who crashed helicopter onto NYC building 'did not know where he was': Report
A pilot who crashed on top of a New York City high rise building was "did not know where he way" and was flying in and out of clouds just before the accident,
Illinois governor legalizes marijuana
Gov. JB Pritzker campaigned on the issue and the Illinois General Assembly passed a law legalizing and regulating production on May 31.
First lady announces her spokeswoman as new White House press secretary
First lady Melania Trump announced her communications director Stephanie Grisham will replace Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary.
Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll laughs off his assertion 'she's not my type'
"I'm glad I'm not his type," E. Jean Carroll said after President Donald Trump denied sexually assaulting her.