California prosecutors say a couple starved 12 of their 13 children to the point that their growth was stunted and a 29-year-old daughter weighed just 82 pounds
Investigators will comb through the charred wreckage in search for clues as to why the helicopter carrying the group of prominent friends went down after dark Wednesday
Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks -- a member of the Freedom Caucus -- told CNN's Chris Cuomo that he remains unclear on several of President Trump's positions on a DACA deal, even as a potential government shutdown looms.
Phoenix police say no single piece of evidence led them to arrest a convicted felon in the shooting deaths of 9 people that unfolded in a 3-week span late last year.
The chair of the Africa Group at the United Nations says U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told ambassadors that "Africa is very important for the United States" _ but she didn't apologize for President Trump's vulgar comment about the continent as demanded
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) said that the only thing standing in the way of passing a continuing resolution to prevent a government shutdown is Senate Democrats.
A helicopter crashed in a mountainous rural area of northern New Mexico, killing five people and seriously injuring the sixth person aboard, a State Police spokeswoman said Thursday
Investigators are working to piece together the chaotic sequence of events that led to a deputy U.S. marshal being shot to death while serving an arrest warrant in Pennsylvania's capital city
Appeals court in Chicago to hear arguments on Trump administration request to reverse a lower-court freeze on its policy of withholding safety grants from sanctuary cities that don't fully enforce immigration laws
A man convicted of setting a Cleveland house fire that killed a woman and eight children at a birthday sleepover has asked a judge to throw out his conviction
Neighbors of a Southern California couple who authorities say starved, and tortured a dozen of their children for years are trying to grapple with the revelations
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has opened an exhibition on the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union, saying the world must not only commemorate the millions of victims but "do everything in our power to prevent such tragedies in the future."