The Atlantic Ocean has remained fairly calm. Experts say it's been the calmest season in more than 35 years. That's a welcome relief after some epic destruction by Hurricanes Florence and Michael last year.
"We have almost eight million more jobs than workers. We have the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years, the lowest inflation rate in 50 years, and the highest wage gains in 20 years. That doesn't sound like an economy that's doing poorly to me. In fact, that sounds like a blockbuster economy," economist Stephen Moore told CBN News.
Time may be running out, but the faith of the wife of a firefighter still missing at sea is still strong. The search has been on for five days for two firefighters who set out on a fishing expedition from the coast of Florida but never came home.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in federal student loan debt owed by tens of thousands of disabled military veterans will be erased under a directive President Donald Trump signed Wednesday.
Left-leaning fact-checking website Snopes has doubled down on its monitoring of Christian satire site The Babylon Bee even after receiving heavy mockery for dedicating resources to covering a website that creates comedic stories.
The US is one step closer to returning to the moon and even closer to rocketing to Mars. The U.S. Space Council met for its sixth meeting Tuesday since 2017 when President Trump re-established the cabinet-level group with the mission of returning the nation's attention to the heavens.
With speculation that a recession is on the horizon, President Trump maintains the economy is strong, but the White House itself seems to be acknowledging the possibility of a downturn.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that any American Jew who votes for the Democratic Party shows "either total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty," sparking accusations from Jewish leaders that he is repeating the age-old anti-Semitic trope of dual loyalty.
The federal government has now officially entered The Twilight Zone, or what's more commonly referred to as "The battle of the thermostat."
California's homeless epidemic is hitting record levels. Many have turned to faith-based groups for help, but despite those organizations' best efforts, more are turning up in need of assistance.