The House of Representatives has passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which determined there will be no military base realignments or closures in 2017. Congressman Richard Hanna made the announcement today adding that Rome Lab is also getting a 15% increase in funding bringing the total to $211.3 Million.
A federal judge has ruled that the music publishing company that has been collecting royalties for the song "Happy Birthday To You" does not hold a valid copyright to the popular tune that is sung worldwide.
Republican leaders hope House passage of bills targeting Planned Parenthood and curbing some abortion procedures will mollify fractious conservatives who want a face-off with President Barack Obama that could trigger a federal shutdown.
NEW YORK - Gary Richrath, a former guitarist for the classic rock band REO Speedwagon who also co-wrote the group's hit song "Take It on the Run," died Sunday, according to a publicist for the band. He was 65.
Drone manufacturers would be forced to implement technology to keep the unmanned crafts away from airports and possibly events like parades and major sporting contests under a proposal Sen. Charles Schumer plans to introduce this week.
Conservative House Republicans are embarking on an eleventh-hour political maneuver to derail the Iranian nuclear deal, saying they can't vote on it until the president hands over copies of side deals Tehran negotiated with atomic inspectors.
Apple's new iPhones come as smartphone sales are slowing worldwide, given that many people already own one. But researchers at IDC say that iPhone sales are growing faster than those of Android phones.
NBC Sports will combine state of the art technology with 1970s retro graphics, classic logos and legendary announcers for NASCAR's race at Darlington International Speedway this weekend. Darlington International Speedway is a track so rich in racing history it has two nicknames: "The Lady in Black" and the track "Too Tough to Tame."
The tallest peak in North America now has a shorter name and a shorter elevation. Denali, formerly known as Mount Mckinley, has an elevation of 20,310 feet. That's 10 feet shorter than what it was originally measured in 1953.