An ambitious effort aims to restore a once-flourishing oyster reef — to everyone’s benefit.
Amanda Eller fractured her leg, ate insects and crawled barefoot in the 16 days before she was rescued.
Alabama lawmakers voted to eliminate marriage licenses. Now biased judges can't reject same-sex couples.
As President Trump considers pardons for war criminals, a look at back at the case of Lt. William Calley, the only soldier convicted in the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War.
The plaintiffs argued that repurposing of funds appropriated by Congress was illegal.
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Mergia Negussie Habteyes committed immigration fraud by lying to U.S. officials about his background, prosecutors said.
The Forest Service program enrolls more than 3,000 students a year in rural America. In Congress, members of both parties objected to the cuts.
Three-year-old Lovie Hope Duncan wanted to give the mural depicting Tubman a high-five.
At this high school just 40 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, community members were shocked to see the photos.
Police used a helicopter with a heat-sensing system and a K-9 unit to find the suspect.
Bonnie Kimball was offered her job back after saying she was fired for giving away a single meal. Her former employer disputes that account.
“I could have left them a long time ago but I wouldn’t, because I love them," said mail carrier Floyd Martin.
A whopping 47 flash flood warnings have been issued by National Weather Service offices across Oklahoma since Monday.
"I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon," Christopher Cleary wrote on Facebook. The case tested the courts' ability to balance First Amendment rights with public safety.
HHS civil rights director says the change defines sex as according to the “plain meaning of the term.”
You gulp a cup of coffee then sleep for 20 minutes before the caffeine kicks in. My husband swears by it. You're supposed to wake up refreshed and ready to go.
In her valedictory speech at the University of Southern California, the child of Vietnamese immigrants challenged the school on its diversity.
A New York designer is using 3-D stamps to replace slave owner Andrew Jackson’s face with the woman who escaped slavery and led hundreds of others to freedom.
Exclusive: Fisher Industries, which claims it can build the barrier faster and cheaper than Army Corps of Engineers, has started work on private section of barrier in New Mexico.
The comments came as U.S. regulators hosted aviation authorities from around the world in Texas to discuss the process for returning the aircraft to the skies.
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