Toyota is recalling Tacoma 4X4 and Tacoma pre-runner pickup trucks to fix issues with the vehicles' rear suspension system.
A suspected arsonist operating in Washington state is believed to have ignited nearly two dozen fires in three weeks.
Afghanistan will sign a crucial security agreement allowing the U.S. to leave a small contingent of troops in the country beyond this year.
The retailer plans to hire thousands more workers than last year.
Some in the GOP fear that conservative activists would have unrealistic expectations if Republicans run both the House and Senate.
The air traffic control site was set ablaze by a field technician, causing delays and cancellations.
U.S. intelligence underestimated Islamic State activity inside Syria, which has become "ground zero" for jihadists worldwide.
A look at the big stories that made news this week and the headlines you may have missed.
The automaker is recalling models including the Fusion, Escape, and Lincoln MKZ.
The beef has been shipped to fast food restaurants and retail locations.
Extending health coverage to millions of Americans remains highly contentious, yet it's gaining momentum among several initially reluctant states.
Apple broke its silence on complaints about bending iPhones, as the company struggles to restore momentum to the rollout of its latest phones.
Eric Holder will step down as U.S. attorney general, setting up a potentially bruising Senate fight to confirm a successor.
The Nusra Front is facing pressure to reconcile with its rival Islamic State and confront a common enemy after U.S.-led air strikes hit both groups this week.
The President called on more nations to help fight the world's worst outbreak of the deadly virus.
Models including the Dodge Charger and the Jeep Grand Cherokee are affected.
Holder, 63, was the nation's first black attorney general and has made civil rights a cornerstone of his time in office.
Many iPhone 6 users complained about a drop in cell service and problems with apps.
The FDNY says three retired firefighters who worked at ground zero have died on the same day from 9/11-related illnesses.
The fund will compensate for deaths or injuries linked to General Motors vehicles with faulty ignition switches.