300 extra agents are now stationed along the Rio Grande keeping an eye on the waves of undocumented immigrants attempted to enter the U.S. But even with the extra agents, border resources are being stretched to the limit.
A young woman successfully recreates the 1937 the around-the-world flight her namesake failed to complete.
A barrage of rockets fired from Gaza sent people in Tel Aviv scrambling for cover but there was no damage and no deaths thanks to Israel s anti-missile defense system.
The Washington D.C. Police Department says officers were unable to access surveillance video of the shooter as he carried out his rampage. That's because the private security guard responsible for monitoring those cameras locked himself in the room and failed to contact authorities.
Crews used explosives to take down Cleveland's Inner Belt bridge over the Cuyahoga River to make way for two news spans set to open later this fall.
For many Americans it's becoming too expensive to live out their retirement in the U.S., so they're packing up and heading to places like Ecuador where they can get a lot more bang for their bucks.
Heavy rain will drench already soaked areas in the Midwest but once the rain moves out, cooler temperatures will move in and stay for much of next week.
The moon will appear bigger and brighter this weekend -- and in New York it will be accompanied by Manhattanhenge.
There is growing outrage in Gaza over what might have been a deliberate attack by Israel on a shelter for people with disabilities.
In an interview with NBC'S David Gregory, Iran's Foreign Minister says the Palestinians in Gaza have the right to defend themselves.
NBC s Mark Murray and Carrie Dann take a look ahead to next week s national conference featuring Dems like Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren. Hillary Clinton may be absent, but she ll still be the center of conversation.
They re the words Cleveland has been waiting to hear for years: LeBron James will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
After 16 children have died after being left alone in hot cars this year, one police officer tested how hot the inside of a car can get.
As Gaza reels from aerial attacks, Israel appears primed to launch a ground invasion in the wake of what is now a four-day assault.
Temperatures topping 100 degrees are making for a very difficult fight as hundreds of firefighters battle the flames.
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