Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was in Texas on Friday.
16-year-old Boy Scout collapsed and died on a troop hike in the Arizona desert.
Police at West Virginia University acted on a tip and arrested Cheickna Kagnassy, a 21 year old freshman, on Wednesday, according to a statement from the school.
Medical officials in St. Lucia advised residents traveling to the U.S. and other parts of the world to ensure they were adequately vaccinated against the disease.
The No. 2 House GOP leader is suggesting Congress probably won't do the $2 trillion infrastructure deal the White House and congressional leaders are seeking
West Virginia has settled its lawsuit with the opioid distributor McKesson for $37 million
2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said Attorney General William Barr should not be the "big shiny object" that takes away from the findings in the Mueller report.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday accused Attorney General William Barr of lying to Congress. "That's a crime," Pelosi said.
An Egyptian man climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza and threw stones at security.
A man has been injured after falling into the caldera of the Kīlauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island, according to officials.
Drake walked off with 12 trophies -- including Top Male Artist, Top 200 album for "Scorpion," and the biggest award of the night, Top Artist -- at the Billboard Awards.
Two people were killed and four were injured in the Tuesday shooting.
Attorney General Barr will not testify Thursday before House panel. The panel's chairman hopes Barr will have a change of heart overnight.
FAA officials ordered all U.S. carriers to cease operations in Venezuela and imposed a minimum altitude for overflights, citing political instability.
There were six reported tornadoes in Oklahoma and Texas on Wednesday, with 61 damage reports from Texas to Indiana.
A crowdfunding campaign for the churches' restoration has raised over $2.1M.
According to the Everest Summiteers Association, which has, in recent years, taken tons of debris off the mountain, there are still about 30 tons of trash left.
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According to the Pentagon's latest figures, the number of sexual assaults in the military increased to 20,500 and the number of sexual assault reports set a new record.
A defiant Attorney General William Barr arrived on Capitol Hill Wednesday amid relentless criticism from Democrats over his rollout of Robert Mueller’s findings.
He is expected to appear by video link from prison for Thursday's hearing.
Police in Florida arrested 100 members of a suspected drug gang on Wednesday and seized enough fentanyl to wipe out a large county.
A two-minute siren wailed across the country on Thursday in memory of the slain.
The chief medical officer in St. Lucia would not reveal the name of the cruise ship or say where it had traveled from.
The Maine first-grader was fatally hit by a school bus while he was out riding his bicycle.
The Trump administration will start asking migrants crossing the southern border to take DNA tests as part of new efforts to crack down on fraud.
Najibullah Zazi has pleaded guilty to terrorism charges and has cooperated ever since. On Thursday, he will be sentenced.
A 16-year-old migrant boy has died in Texas after being held in US custody
A 1-year-old boy has been injured in a road rage shooting in Houston, police say.
The Trump administration is requesting an additional $4.5 billion in emergency spending to address the "humanitarian and security crisis" at the southern border.
Two Indianapolis circuit court judges were shot while in the parking lot of a White Castle early Wednesday morning, according to police.
Florida lawmakers have passed legislation that would allow more classroom teachers to carry guns in school in the latest response to the 2018 mass shooting at a Parkland high school
Audrey Hoellein, a 26-year-old mom of a young boy, was killed in July 1994.
A proposed Texas bill would ban residents from purchasing junk food using food stamps.
Julian Assange was sentenced to 50 weeks in prison by a British court for jumping bail.
President Donald Trump went on a Twitter spree Wednesday morning in an attempt to show he has support from firefighters over former Vice President Joe Biden.
The disappearance of Adea Shabani, who vanished from Hollywood in February 2018, is the subject of the popular true crime podcast "To Live and Die in LA."
The survey suggests that hiring remains strong amid solid economic growth.
Maduro said claims Russia stopped his fleeing "lacked seriousness."
There were more than two dozen reported tornadoes in the South on Tuesday.
A blood test in Ohio could cost 25 times as much in Texas, the study found.
The Court of Arbritation for Sport in Lausanne rejected her appeal.
He faces a separate court hearing Thursday on a U.S. extradition request.
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Micalla Rettinger, 25, was fatally shot as she drove home from work Sunday morning.
Mohamed Noor was charged with third-degree murder in Justine Damond's death.
The attorney general will answer questions from the committee May 1.
Lawmakers will have the chance on Wednesday to question Attorney General William Barr on his controversial handling of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
The NSA released or “unmasked” the identities of over 16,000 “U.S. persons” referenced in intelligence reports on foreign targets to other agencies, report says.
A Justice Department official says special counsel Robert Mueller expressed concern to Attorney General William Barr about how the findings of his Russia investigation were being portrayed
Two of the injured victims treated for life-threatening injuries.
The investigation into the woman's death is ongoing and police have classified it as a homicide incident.
Rising junior, India Anderson, will make history this fall as University of Southern California's first female drum major.
The judge in the case is now under fire for the sentence, which includes no prison time.
The demonstration is aimed at shutting down the Phi Psi chapter at Swarthmore.
Legal claims mount from people who blame the herbicide for their cancer.
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein was shot in both hands in the attack on his synagogue.
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A Marine Corps reservist is under investigation for posting a photo on Instagram that showed four pairs of boots in the shape of a swastika.
A 1-year-old girl came home covered in bite marks after spending the day at an Arizona day care, according to her parents.
Roger Stone appeared in court on Tuesday for the first time since a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report was made public.
The suspect bought assault rifle a day before synagogue attack.
Last week on "Riverdale," the final scenes from Luke Perry were aired and were heartfelt towards his character's son Archie. But they also didn't bring closure.
The Jewish community in the United States experienced near-historic levels of anti-Semitism last year, according to new data from the Anti-Defamation League.
Venezuela's opposition leaders announced the "final phase" in their effort to oust Nicolas Maduro, the country's socialist president, which the U.S. appears to be backing
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., plans to make a criminal referral to the Justice Department about Erik Prince.
A White House memo released late Monday calls for new rules for asylum seekers.
ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA obtained a copy of the 911 call.
Police say the man refused orders to drop the weapon.
Officials say two clients were likely infected during "vampire facials."