One person was killed and 12 were injured when a gunman shot at drivers and pedestrians in eight locations across three cities, police said.
The family of 14-year-old Morgyn Arnold says Shoreline Junior High School in Utah took two pictures of the cheer squad — one with Arnold, who has Down syndrome, and one without her. They deliberately chose to use the latter one for the yearbook, they say.
Rep. Ronny Jackson (Tex.) and 13 other GOP lawmakers on Thursday signed a letter claiming evidence of cognitive decline in the president and demanding that he take a test.
After receiving online threats, 22-year-old Paul Murdaugh and his mother, Maggie Murdaugh, 52, were shot and killed outside of their home in Islandton, S.C.
Ronnie Oneal, on trial for killing his girlfriend and daughter — and setting his son on fire — was allowed to cross-examine his son in court.
Alan Hostetter, who faces felony charges for his actions on Jan. 6, used his nonprofit to support Trump and advocate for violence, federal prosecutors said.
President Biden’s flash of frustration with the press went viral, with some critics jumping to defend CNN's Kaitlan Collins and others arguing that her question unfairly reflected the president’s earlier statements.
Steven Wuthrich with the Utah attorney general’s office said in the email that he hated Mano, along with the council member’s family, campaign team and supporters.
Rep. Paul Gosar said on Tuesday that Ashli Babbitt was 'executed' by a Capitol police officer who was 'lying in wait,' before voting against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to police officers who responded on Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Honolulu prosecutors announced charges against the three offices in the shooting that resulted in the death of the 16-year-old Iremamber Sykap.
Tim Castilleja, a tavern owner on the Yakima Indian Reservation in Washington state, told jurors he was afraid to testify in a murder trial days before his bar burned down and he vanished.
As President Daniel Ortega's government has arrested a dozen opposition leaders in recent weeks, many of their relatives say they don't know where they're being held and have been denied visits.
Ashley Henley, a former Mississippi state legislator, was found dead Sunday outside a charred mobile home where her sister-in-law had died months earlier — a case that Henley insisted was murder.
Critics lashed out at Ocean City, Md.. police over viral videos showing officers kneeing and Tasering teens who the city said were ignoring a ban on vaping on the boardwalk.
Weeks after authorities began excavating the home of a 72-year-old former butcher accused of killing and dismembering a woman, they found 3,787 bone fragments that belong to at least 17 victims.
A humpback whale swallowed Michael Packàrd as he was lobster diving in Cape Cod. He survived and is ready to get back to work.
On Thursday, Judge William Griesbach of Wisconsin’s Eastern District issued a temporary restraining order suspending the debt relief program for producers of color.
On Thursday, Rep. Mike Nearman (R) became the first lawmaker to be kicked out of the Oregon House of Representatives.
Maria Fernanda Reyes, a California entrepreneur, was wrongly identified as a Univision reporter before asking Vice President Harris a question at a news conference in Mexico City.