Authorities say a man suspected of being in the U.S. illegally shot and killed four people in Nevada over the past few weeks, adding fuel to the immigration debate.
Hundreds of firefighters are marching in downtown Los Angeles in support of public school teachers whose strike is entering its second week.
As more videos emerge of an encounter between high school students, Native American marchers and militant black protesters last week in Washington, President Donald Trump is weighing in on the matter saying it appears the students were treated unfairly.
An attorney says a Chicago suburb has reached a tentative $1.25 million settlement with a former doctoral student who was tackled to the ground by police officers for stealing a car that turned out to be his own.
When the gun industry gathers for its annual show, it will be facing a changed political landscape.
A coroner says a young couple from India were intoxicated when they died in a fall from a scenic overlook in Yosemite National Park in California.
A man is under arrest in Utah after police say he posted about "killing as many girls as I see" on Facebook the same weekend that Women's Marches were held around the U.S.
Officer who supervised Navy SEAL accused of killing Islamic State prisoner accused of conducting SEAL's re-enlistment ceremony next to corpse; plans to plead not guilty to charges.
Americans say natural disasters and their local weather are influencing their views on climate change.
The University of New Hampshire is celebrating J.D. Salinger's centennial year by exhibiting never-before seen photos of the famously reclusive author.
Authorities investigating four recent Nevada killings say murder charges are pending against a man suspected of being in the U.S. illegally.
Prosecutors have released hours of video showing Colorado theater shooter James Holmes' interviews with a psychiatrist about the 2012 massacre in suburban Denver.
Snow and freezing rain has prompted officials to close the largest school districts in Nebraska and Iowa ahead of a winter storm that's threatening the Midwest with several inches of snow.
Immigrant advocates say they are suing the federal government for allegedly detaining immigrant children too long and improperly refusing to release them to relatives.
A federal judge appeared inclined to toss out a lawsuit against President Donald Trump by porn actress Stormy Daniels that seeks to tear up a hush-money settlement about their alleged affair.
A state court judge rules Iowa's fetal heartbeat law unconstitutional, concludes state Supreme Court's earlier decisions affirming a woman's fundamental right to an abortion would include the new law passed last year.
University of Oklahoma students are demanding action from campus administrators after video of a now-former student wearing black face paint and using a racial slur got attention online.
The last Confederate flag to fly at the South Carolina Statehouse has quietly been put on display at a museum.
Gusty winds sweeping across Southern California have toppled trees onto roads, cars and yards.
Police say the suspect they are searching for in the fatal shooting of a teenager at a suburban Chicago mall is a 19-year-old acquaintance of the victim.
A Chinese investigation into reports of the world's first gene-edited babies seems to have confirmed their existence.
Starbucks expanding drinks-delivery service to San Francisco, adding other cities in the coming weeks.
Leighton Mark, a photojournalist who taught himself to make pictures with one arm after he was wounded in 1984 while covering the civil war in Lebanon, has died.
Students and teachers from the Florida school where 17 died in February's high school massacre have written a raw, poignant book about living through the tragedy.
Lawsuits are seeking to hold the drug industry accountable for the opioid crisis in the US, but one family is getting a lot of the scrutiny.