A newly unveiled advisory committee for a downsized national monument in southern Utah has become the latest flashpoint in a long-running debate, with monument supporters crying foul about being left off the panel
President Donald Trump renews his threat to send more troops to the U.S.-Mexico border following an incident in which Mexican soldiers confronted U.S. personnel.
Indiana State Police have released a statement clarifying information about a newly-released sketch of a man suspected of killing two teenage girls in 2017
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker says he has "no concerns at all" about a report that federal authorities are investigating a property tax break he got on an empty Chicago mansion he owns by disconnecting its toilets
Former DHS secretary pushed cybersecurity and election security within the Trump administration despite lack of White House coordination, people familiar with the matter say
A Missouri county trying to recruit new firefighters is getting real with its sales pitch, saying in signs posted outside its stations that the job offers "Hard Labor, Odd Hours, Low Pay (and) Cool Helmet."
Some state legislatures are proposing laws that would require presidential candidates to release their tax returns to have their names on the ballot.
The Florida House has passed a high-profile Republican bill requiring local law enforcement agencies to cooperate with federal immigration authorities and banning so-called "sanctuary city" policies that shield immigrants who are arrested
A Texas Department of Criminal Justice official says four prison guards have been fired and two others resigned over insensitive comments posted on social media
The former men's tennis coach at the University of Texas at Austin has pleaded guilty to accepting a $100,000 bribe in the widespread college admissions bribery scandal
The National Rifle Association is suing Los Angeles over a new law requiring companies that want city contracts to disclose whether they have ties to the gun rights group