With less than three weeks until Election Day, the men vying to be South Carolina's next governor got a chance Wednesday to begin drawing their final contrasts as voters prepare to decide between them
Residents of hard-hit Mexico Beach are returning home for the first time since Hurricane Michael to see homes devastated by wind and water and pieces of their lives scattered across the Florida sand
A notorious Philadelphia mob boss sentenced to two years in prison for illegal betting quipped outside court that President Donald Trump was right to suggest cooperators or flippers should be outlawed
Residents in another New York City tower have voted to remove the Trump name from their building in a sign that the president's brand is losing some of its power
A man has pleaded guilty in New Orleans to firing a shotgun at three black men in a racially motivated violence following Hurricane Katrina in 2005
Allegedly calling himself "a good Catholic male," a pharmacist in Michigan refused to fill a woman's prescription based on his belief that she would use the drug to abort a baby. In reality, Rachel Peterson needed the medication misoprostol to treat a miscarriage, the Detroit Free Press reports. The incident,...
Police have released body-worn camera video showing injured people packed into pickup truck beds and hundreds of people sheltering with blankets on the floor of a casino ballroom hours after last year's mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip
After initially expressing outrage, leaders in one Mississippi city now say high school band students should not be punished for a performance that depicted police officers being held at gunpoint
Officials say there's a continued threat for flooding in Central Texas as more rain is expected to fall on the already saturated area and dams along the swollen Colorado River release water downstream
Five Arkansas Supreme Court justices are challenging efforts to sanction them over the court's decision to disqualify a judge who participated in an anti-death penalty demonstration from hearing any execution-related cases
"To some, Maddie was just a junkie," but to the family and friends grieving the 30-year-old's death, Madelyn Ellen Linsenmeir was "adored as a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, friend, and mother," according to a moving obituary that has caught the attention of the nation and beyond. Linsenmeir, who was from...
Tens of thousands of Teamsters members earlier this month voted down a five-year contract proposal from United Parcel Service but it was ratified anyway because of a Teamsters rule