The commander of an Alabama military post says two 911 calls about a potential active shooter prompted a lockdown at the installation but no shooter was ever found and no shots were fired
Firefighters are bracing for more high winds Wednesday as they try to slow a southern Utah wildfire that has burned 13 homes and forced the evacuation of 1,500 people
Three Chicago police officers have been indicted on felony charges alleging they conspired to cover up the fatal shooting of black teen Laquan McDonald by a white officer
South African authorities are investigating whether any workers at Johannesburg's main international airport have helped robbers who follow arriving travelers to their homes before mugging them
A Virginia woman living in the U.S. as a refugee for the last decade is scheduled to plead guilty to federal charges after being accused of hiding her ties to the kidnapper of a U.S. contractor
From The New York Times: Each June, two students are chosen as winners of the Jimmy Awards, a sort of Tonys for teenagers. Step into their high-kicking world as 74 theatrical hopefuls from around the country compete for stardom.By: By NEETI UPADHYE. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2thWJT8
Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., discusses a new White House warning against Syria, why he thinks the WH may be gearing up for an attack on Assad and his discomfort with 'foreign policy by tweet.'
If you're repealing, you're not replacing. Isn't this the contradiction? Isn't the failure we're watching here a month's long effort to square a circle?
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for more than $17 million worth of consulting work he performed for a Ukrainian political party
The owner of a Connecticut fish market says she is "personally offended" after she saw a photo of a 20-pound (9-kilogram) lobster being handled by a Transportation Security Administration screener on social media
Seattle residents and family members of Charleena Lyles demanded change from Seattle police and other city officials during a public hearing about her fatal shooting by police earlier this month
A subway train derailment in New York City that injured nearly three dozen people and sparked major delays is being blamed on human error, not a track defect
Insisting that logging could have cleaned up dead, bug-infested trees that are fueling a Utah wildfire, a Republican state lawmaker blamed federal mismanagement and lawsuits by "tree hugger" environmentalists for a blaze that has burned 13 homes