Fane Lozman beat long odds just getting his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, which agreed four years ago that his floating home was a house and wasn't a vessel subject to seizure by a Florida city that destroyed it
A judge says a lawsuit brought by victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre against the gunman's employer and wife may be tossed out of federal court
“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross is known for many things, including her hair. The Golden Globe-winning actress tells Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist that talking about her hair may seem shallow, but “it is truly more of an activist conversation.”
While the White House was trying to rally support for the healthcare bill, Trump was playing with trucks. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
French voters just won't tolerate corruption in politics anymore _ that appears to be the message from the swift downfall of the powerful security minister
A 92-year-old North Carolina man has finally received the Purple Heart he earned more than 70 years ago while fighting in Belgium during World War II
A top British official says Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service
The stabbing death of a popular schoolteacher has attracted attention not only for its brutality and rarity in Berkeley, California, but also because the suspect prefers to be called "they" rather than "he."
Officials say a self-driving Uber SUV was operating on its own when it was struck by another vehicle making a left turn at an intersection in Arizona, where the company is testing autonomous vehicles
Forecasters say storms packing tree-tumbling winds and car-denting hail could strike parts of the Plains, the latest round in a turbulent week of wild weather across the Midwest and South
Americans who benefited from President Barack Obama's health care law and were relieved when a Republican push to repeal it failed are facing a new set of anxieties as President Donald Trump vows to let the law "explode."
Laughter, music and the tapping of dances reverberated throughout a public memorial to Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, which loved ones say is just how the actresses would have wanted it