The company said it wants to help the victims "recover and rebuild after these tragic wildfires."
U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, who represents the area, calls for "extreme vetting" for foreign nationals who train at U.S. bases.
The White House was facing a Friday deadline that House Democrats gave them to decide whether it would take part in the proceedings.
A photo showing a West Virginia correction training class giving a Nazi salute has lead to the suspension of employees.
Border Patrol documents say agents found the boy unresponsive during a morning welfare check, but video footage seems to show otherwise.
The proposal would have required all travelers, including citizens, to participate in a facial recognition scan when exiting or entering the U.S.
J. Scott Kirby will succeed him as CEO, but Munoz isn't leaving the company entirely.
The bills would grant $255 million annually, simplify the FAFSA process and eliminate paperwork for income-driven student loan repayment plans.
The plaintiffs say Lyft failed to protect passengers.
Stanford University reveals 'Varsity Blues' ring leader Rick Singer recruited seven coaches as early as 2009 to take part in the admission scam.
This could double the number of troops the U.S. has sent to the Middle East since May.
The FCC's order bans U.S. companies from using federal funds to buy equipment and services from companies that "pose a national security threat."
Zimmerman fatally shot the 17-year-old in 2012. He has since been acquitted of homicide charges. Now he wants $100 million in damages.
Although officials didn't release his name, they revealed he was a U.S. sailor assigned to the USS Columbia.
Newark says New York City does not adequately inspect apartments and doesn't hold landlords accountable for uninhabitable housing in SOTA program.
The airline intends to replace some of its older Boeing planes with 50 new Airbus jets starting in 2024.
In 2000, African Americans were 8.3 times more likely than whites to be locked up in state prisons. The racial disparity dropped to 5.1 to 1 by 2016.
Combined, the officers face 236 counts that include excessive force, intimidation, tampering with evidence and falsifying records.
The regulation makes it harder for states to apply for waivers to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Pope Francis accepted Bishop Richard Malone's resignation
Eddie Johnson was discovered sleeping in his parked car in October. The incident ultimately led to his firing.
DHS wants all travelers to complete a facial recognition check prior to entering or leaving the U.S.
According to a newly released FBI report, TVs equipped with internet and facial recognition capabilities are easier to hack.
Nine state-of-the-art attack submarines will expand the Navy's current fleet and replace older models.
State investigators found PG&E did not properly maintain or inspect aging equipment responsible for the deadly Camp Fire.
More than 1.2 billion greeting cards will be sent this holiday season. Annie Taylor explains how Hallmark creates the perfect greeting card.
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman have already pleaded not guilty to criminal campaign finance charges.