Farmers market, flea market, 40 years of women priests in Episcopal Church, Basilica organ recital.
An attorney for Dylann Roof says he did not want to enter a guilty plea until federal officials decide whether to seek a death sentence.
The two officers gave accounts of the shooting that matched what was seen in another officer's body-camera footage, prosecutors say.
Duncan, Lynch visit Maryland prison to promote Pell grant higher education program for prisoners.
Federal officials are trying to reach Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer. Zimbabwe's environment minister wants him "held accountable for his illegal action."
It might be awhile before the Federal Reserve raises rates after it turned out that workers actually aren't getting any raises after all.
Researchers compared what the apps do against American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for physical activity.
Republican candidates are acting like baseball teams, weighing present versus future concerns as they try to get on next week's debate stage.
The trade embargo should be lifted, the candidate said, taking aim at some Republican challengers.
Before the National Urban League, the Democratic front-runner referred to the GOP candidate’s super PAC. Bush didn’t respond but pointed to his record on diversity while leading Florida.
We are told to welcome the stranger.
Chittick is chief pilot for the U.S. Park Police, in one of the country’s few urban national parks.
Researchers believe the study could lead to benefits for the food industry
The announcement comes 14 years after the Pentagon launched the fighter jet program, the most expensive in the Defense Department’s history.
On Capitol Hill, it learned that growing up starts with grip-and-grins before transitioning into policy debates.
The Olympics often results in useless construction and more debt -- things China has plenty of
Money from the Wizard of Omaha's family apparently helped spark a significant increase in the number of American women using the method.
An independent review questions whether managers have tools to actually manage the employees who work for them.
Spy agencies had raised concerns that potentially classified material was contained in the messages.
An advocate writes that colleges aren't doing enough and more legislation is needed to help better protect students from sexual assault on campus