It used to be that mail carriers had to just contend with dogs and weather but a rise in other work-related dangers has pushed the postal service to adopt new technology.
Lawmakers return to Washington on Tuesday with a long to-do list.
It's always awkward to defend your enemies. But that's the position U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has found itself in with Iran as it pushes for an historic accord that would end a 12-year nuclear standoff.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
The United States returned to the pinnacle of women's soccer with a 5-2 crushing of Japan in Sunday's Women's World Cup final at the end of a riveting tournament that pushed the sport into new territory.
A look at some of the biggest headlines this week and the stories you may have missed.
A Fort Bragg soldier has been charged with creating a panic at a mall after appearing with an assault rifle.
Don't be one of the thousands of Americans injured by fireworks on July Fourth. Stay safe and have a happy holiday!
The history behind the July Fourth firecrackers that mark our Independence Day celebrations.
A new study says the staple of America's Independence Day celebrations spew pollution.
A Montana polygamist featured on the show "Sister Wives" says he will sue if denied the right to legally wed his second wife.
Officials have found no links among any of several recent fires at African American churches.
Federal authorities are stepping up security and asking Americans to be vigilant ahead of the holiday weekend.
The average purchase price rose by 4.9 percent, according to the latest figures.
Even the most patriotic among us can learn something from these little-known facts about Independence Day.
More than 40 million Americans are expected to hit the road for the long holiday weekend.
While a domestic road trip might appear like an affordable alternative to traveling abroad, costs can easily spiral out of control.
For hundreds of thousands of veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, symptoms can be worsened by the cracks and thunder of celebratory fireworks.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether airlines worked together illegally to keep airfares high by signaling plans to limit flights.
The facility was placed on lockdown but police determined there was no shooting and no threat to the public.