In his campaign for governor, former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett is being helped by voters who have changed their views on some tax hikes.
As air temperatures have warmed, record rainfalls across the Eastern United States in May led to deluges in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina and the Great Lakes region.
FEMA and the territorial government are at odds over who should pay mounting bills to repair thousands of damaged homes.
Fire chiefs look to growing Latino population to rescue the languishing small-town firehouse
With a long history of blurring the line between church and state, the Texas school seeks comfort in God.
As questions remain after shooting, an attorney for the teen suspect said, “There might not be a motive in the conventional sense.”
The 17-year-old exchange student from Pakistan was gunned down at Santa Fe High School; she’s returning to her family in a casket.
Officials said procedures worked as intended, but a gunman was still able to enter the facility, kill students and teachers, and hold off police for 30 minutes.
Opioids, extreme weather, soaring housing costs contribute to the spike across the country
Erie, Pa. has received 93 inches of snow in December so far, making it snowiest month in the city's history.