A reporter tells WTOP that the capture of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman doesn't promise anything, but it's an opportunity.
Powerball, Mega Millions sales from big jackpots help boost state budgets _ to a point
Former president Bush cites need to bridge differences between the military, civilian worlds
Some California almond farmers decide to rip out high-value trees in face of record dry year
Port of New Orleans, part of Miss. River closed after barge hits towboat, spilling light crude
Studies have shown that the civics test to gain citizenship is difficult for most Americans.
Texas man 1 of 24 receiving Medal of Honor after prejudice review, says others more deserving
Woman held in tribal shooting known as bully, feeling pressure of eviction
Apple announced a major security flaw in iPhones and iPads that also appears in notebook and desktop machines running Mac OS X.
As US becomes more urban and suburban, rural lawmakers struggle to make their voices heard
Chicago, Detroit area land manufacturing institutes worth millions in public-private funds
1 dead, more than 2 dozen treated after being overcome by carbon monoxide at NY mall eatery
After explosive accidents, railroads agree to voluntary measures to make crude shipments safer
Detroit offers first full road map for leaving historic bankruptcy case, rebuilding city
California farmers caught in drought to get no water from the federal government to irrigate
Left in the cold: World warmed to fourth hottest January on record as eastern US chilled out
Greetings from wet Viera, Fla.
Records: police found child porn at home of Missouri coach charged in 10-year-old girl's death
Flu season shows signs of waning; young and middle-aged adults have been hit hardest