Authorities say they hope to start allowing residents to return by month's end to Southern California neighborhoods devastated by mudslides _ if they can get most utilities restored by then
Manhattan's district attorney says he'll no longer accept campaign contributions from lawyers who represent people investigated or prosecuted by his office
A South Carolina corrections director and a medically retired officer are working with Congress and the Federal Communications Commission to change the law that prohibits cell phone jamming technology in state and local correctional facilities.
Juan Escalante, a Dreamer and activist, wants to ask Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) why the Democrats accepted a commitment to extend a funding bill for 17 days without getting a resolution on immigration or guarantees on some key issues they were fighting for.
A U.N. report on the increase in peacekeepers killed in violent attacks blames inaction in the field and "a deficit of leadership" from U.N. headquarters to remote locations for many fatalities
Authorities say a 15-year-old female student has been airlifted to a hospital after being shot in her high school cafeteria in a small town south of Dallas
On the heels of an alleged affair with then-businessman Donald Trump, adult film star Stormy Daniels is making a public appearance at a club in Greenville, South Carolina.
A man who pleaded guilty to stabbing 20 fellow students and a security guard at his suburban Pittsburgh high school has been sentenced to 23½ to 60 years in prison
The brand-new U.S. Navy warship USS Little Rock is stuck in Canada. The warship has not moved from Montreal since Christmas Eve and will spend the winter stuck due to cold and ice.
A former Fiat Chrysler executive pleaded guilty Monday to showering more than $1.5 million in cash and gifts on high-ranking members of the United Auto Workers
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down the boundaries of the state's 18 congressional districts, granting a major victory to plaintiffs who had contended the districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to benefit Republicans
There are all sorts of lakeside bars and hotspots, but how about a bar that’s quite literally on a lake? Welcome to Hillbillies Ice Hole, a cozy bar located atop Minnesota’s frozen Lake Lida.
Six former employees of an Alaska commuter airline have been charged in federal court with stealing mail, including 343 computers that were destined for rural schools