Powerful storms — including tornadoes — were leaving a trail of death and destruction across the South over the weekend, with at least five people killed and many more injured in Mississippi early Sunday after two children reportedly died in Texas on…
President Trump and a California mayor traded barbs over Twitter on Saturday, prompted by the president’s repeated threats to release detained immigrants into “sanctuary cities.”
An expert test-taker accused of posing as high school students during ACT and SAT exams in the largest college admissions scheme ever prosecuted pleaded guilty Friday in federal court.
A group is demanding in an online petition that convicted murderer Christopher Watts, who strangled his pregnant wife and suffocated their two daughters, have photos of his family removed from his prison cell.
A New Jersey woman upset about a Playboy-themed display featuring five scantily clad mannequins outside the home and practice of a local dentist, allegedly used shears to dismantle the exhibit.
The surprise springtime snowstorm that continues to pound Minnesota prompted Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday night to authorize the National Guard to provide assistance to areas struggling with power outages and flooding.
The Trump administration proposed releasing detained undocumented immigrants onto the streets of “sanctuary cities” on at least two occasions within the past six months as retribution against the president’s political enemies, according to Department o…
A Pennsylvania woman’s apparent attempt at taunting authorities on a Facebook post about her being wanted backfired Tuesday when she was nabbed after giving up her location.
A New Jersey high school baseball player was bound, gagged and dragged around a field by other players in a hazing incident, local officials said.
A Denver police officer will serve a 10-day suspension after he was caught inside a strip club last year while he was on duty.
North Korean leader Kim Jung Un said a telling blow” needs to be dealt to those imposing crippling sanctions through a more self-reliant economy during a Wednesday meeting of the nation’s ruling party, according to the state-run Korean Central News Age…
President Donald Trump accused Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., on Tuesday of targeting “Jews” after she called one of his top advisers, Stephen Miller, a white nationalist.
An Alabama lawmaker was prompted to introduce a bill last week to make sure the Pledge of Allegiance stays in public schools after learning his fifth-grade grandchild couldnâ€™t recite it.
California Gov. Gavin NewsomÂ will head to El Salvador this month to meet with lawmakers to get to the root cause of why Central American migrants make the arduous journey to the United States.
A California Highway Patrol officer was killed in a car crash Saturday, according to media reports.
The U.S. House of Representatives is suing members of President Trumpâ€™s administration over his national emergency declaration at the U.S.-Mexico border to divert funds for his signature border wall.
Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen declared Friday that a â€œconstitutional carryâ€� gun bill was dead after a gun rights activist showed up at his Houston-areaÂ home to advocate for it.
Court documents revealed this week confirmed that the father of 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Sen.Â Kirsten GillibrandÂ once worked as a lobbyist for a secretiveÂ sex cult, but left after the upstate New York group sued him.
President TrumpÂ said he understands why former first lady Barbara Bush, who died last April, leveled harsh criticism of him in a newly published biography after he openly mocked her sons during his 2016 presidential campaign.
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams questioned the legitimacy of her 2018 lossÂ during an event in New York City on Wednesday, saying she refuses toÂ concede the race to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, while accusing the GOP of stealing th…