Mark Zuckerberg is willing to testify to Congress, isn't sure if the Russians have your data. And, he's sorry.
Facebook CEO said he's willing to testify before Congress, that he's not sure if Russian operatives — or other bad people — got their hands on your data and it might be OK if Facebook gets regulated.
'Very challenged young man': Austin serial bomber left confession on cellphone
Mark Anthony Conditt, who used a blond wig to disguise himself when he mailed the deadly bombs that rattled the Austin area for three weeks, killed himself with an explosive device early Wednesday.
What's in – and what's out – of the $1.3 trillion spending bill
The bill will affect everything from military readiness to opioid addiction treatment. Lawmakers hope to pass it before a Friday midnight.
President Trump's grandson reels in a shark and we get to see it on Instagram
The president's grandson, Donald Trump III, just reeled in a whopper during a fishing trip with his dad, Donald Trump Jr.
CBS defends showing crying children in NCAA tournament broadcasts
An executive defended coverage provided by CBS and Turner Sports after people were angered by broadcasts' use of young children crying after losses.
Video shows Uber operator moments before self-driving car crash that killed pedestrian
The Tempe Police Department on Wednesday released a video that shows the moments before a self-driving Uber vehicle fatally hit a 49-year-old woman.
St. George, Utah, is nation’s fastest-growing metro area, Census says
The St. George area in southwestern Utah is adding new residents faster than any other metro area in the county.
Rick Saccone concedes to Democrat Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania district Trump won by 20 points
Republicans held the seat vacated by former Rep. Tim Murphy for the last 15 years and President Trump won the district by 20 percentage points.
California high school teacher fired for bashing military members as 'lowest of our low'
Gregory Salcido, a history teacher at El Rancho Unified School District, upbraided a 17-year-old student for wearing a Marines sweatshirt to his class.
Gun allegedly used to kill Thousand Oaks woman was returned to suspect despite court order
The gun allegedly used by the suspect in Saturday’s fatal shooting at The Oaks mall had been taken from him by police in 2014 but was given back to him even though a court had ordered it permanently confiscated, authorities said Wednesday.
Trump ponders tariffs on China over intellectual property and technology thefts
Critics fear trade war that will raise prices for everybody.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant seeks Trump support for Senate appointee Cindy Hyde-Smith
"I know they'll attack her, but I know Cindy and if they're not careful they will draw back a nub." -- Trent Lott
ACLU: Student suspended for cursing after call to congressman's office during gun protest
The ACLU says a Reno high school student was retaliated against after using "colorful language" with a congressman.
2 U.S. tourists die in helicopter crash on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
The U.S. Embassy in Australia said it was “providing all appropriate consular assistance.”
Tennessee lawmakers pass bill requiring public schools to post 'In God We Trust' motto
The bill requires schools display the motto in a prominent location where students are likely to see it, like a school entryway or cafeteria.
Gibson makes 29 saves to lift Ducks over Flames 4-0
John Gibson stopped 29 shots to lead the Anaheim Ducks over the Calgary Flames 4-0
Death sentence reinstated for Mississippi's only woman on death row
In a 9-5 ruling, federal court of appeals judges said her contention that her rights were violated when some black prospective jurors were rejected before her trial was not valid.
Former Chicago Police superintendent to run against Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Garry McCarthy, who was unceremoniously fired by Rahm Emanuel in 2015, announces he will take him on.
Who was Mark Anthony Conditt, the Austin serial bomber?
The serial bomber who blew himself up as law enforcement closed in was identified as Mark Anthony Conditt.
Trailer: Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon bond in 'The Spy Who Dumped Me'
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon play best friends thrust into the international espionage game in a summer film that sends up the James Bond franchise.
OnPolitics Today: A $31,000 table with taxpayer dollars? Ben Carson blames his wife
It's the day's biggest news in politics.
From 'Little Marco' to 'Cryin' Chuck,' all hail Melania Trump's cyberbullying campaign
Seriously, folks, nothing would do more to stop cyberbullying than for Melania Trump to make Donald Trump cut it out. That's how to protect children.
Feds work with drugmakers to boost research into non-opioid painkillers, treatments
"So 'Katie, bar the door.' This is a crisis. There are 116 people dying a day," says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar.
No, Stephen Hawking did not convert to Christianity on his deathbed after meeting pope
Physicist Stephen Hawking did not believe in God.
Joe Biden compares Donald Trump to the 'fattest, ugliest SOB in the room'
"‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him," Biden said during a University of Miami speech.
Meet 19 women who claim affairs with Trump or accuse him of unwanted advances
Before he jumped into politics, Donald Trump allegedly had multiple encounters with women, both consensual and non-consensual.
Don't wait for Mueller to be fired; protect him now
Congressional Republicans have a duty to draw a red line against Trump's attacks on the special counsel: Our view
Here's a gun control measure that even Tea Party members should support
Gun violence restraining orders let those closest to potentially violent people ask the government to take that person's gun rights away temporarily.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos probably won't be fired but she needs to resign
Betsy DeVos is terrible at her job and must resign before she does further damage to public education and the charter schools she claims to support.
Spring weather arrives with a chill
The best natural wonders to see in spring
100 years of Ford pickup trucks
Best smartphones: These phones will wow you
Creepiest mascots of 2018 NCAA tournament
Comparing income taxes: How much you really need to earn to take home $100,000
To clear six figures in take-home cash, GOBankingRates determined the exact salary you'd need, weighing federal, state and local taxes plus withholdings. In Oregon, that comes out to $152,810; in Nevada and New Hampshire, it's $134,629.
Memphis megachurch pastor resigns following sexual abuse investigation
The 20-year-old allegations against Andy Savage came to light in January, and Texas law enforcement told Jules Woodson that the statute of limitations for prosecution had expired.
Weinstein Co. owes money to Malia Obama, Jennifer Lawrence and thousands more
Harvey Weinstein's former company announced plans to file for bankruptcy this week.
The 10 best movie dogs of all time
In honor of Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' hitting theaters this Friday, we rank our favorite movie canines, from Dug to Lassie.
George H.W. Bush ahead of Obama in bracket challenge
Barack Obama's bracket is in bad shape.
Chicago Cubs looking for fast start in 2018
Chicago Cubs looking for fast start in 2018 after struggling early last year
White Sox see better days approaching after 5 losing seasons
For a franchise with five straight losing seasons and one playoff appearance since the 2005 World Series championship, the Chicago White Sox sure are an optimistic bunch
Royals could compete or collapse after core hit free agency
The Royals thought they would be rebuilding when their core group hit free agency, but a soft market allowed them to retain several pieces
Lorenzo Cain, Christian Yelich boost Brewers with glove, bat
The Milwaukee Brewers' pitching could improve this year better because of two new bats