Relatives of a Chicago woman killed by a member of the notorious "Ripper Crew" gang say they will be looking over their shoulders for years now that he has been released from prison
Authorities in Arizona say workers who were seen on video dragging and shoving immigrant children being held at a privately run shelter won't face charges
Two pharmaceutical companies are objecting to legislative efforts to expand the secrecy surrounding the source of Arkansas' lethal injection drugs, saying the proposal would hamper their ability to ensure their products aren't being used for executions
Georgia mayoral candidate apologizes for attending an event that barred reporters unless they were black
The Kansas Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial for a man whose conviction in two rape cases divided his small northeast Kansas town
The mayor, former mayor, police chief and former clerk of a West Virginia city have been charged with embezzlement
The family of a northern Virginia man shot to death by two U.S. Park Police in 2017 has identified the two officers in an amended wrongful-death lawsuit
A federal court judge says a land exchange aimed at building a road through a national wildlife refuge in Alaska violates federal law
The FBI has arrested another member of an extremist Jewish sect in what authorities described as a new plot to abduct two children in New York
The Justice Department has formally asked a federal judge to send Maria Butina back to Russia after she is sentenced, which is scheduled for late April.
A man who allegedly sneaked into a sleeping woman's Manhattan apartment and started licking and kissing her face has been arrested, police said.
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For the first time, a state's National Guard command staff is entirely female
For travelers waiting on a Transportation Security Administration security line at a US airport, there might as well be a record playing on repeat: "Laptops and tablets out of your bags. Remove all liquids and place them in the bin."
A fire at a Tennessee social justice center that trained the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has destroyed a building and decades of archives
Court documents show a man and a woman found dead in a New Hampshire hotel room following a 15-hour standoff had criminal records and warrants were out for their arrests on drug charges
A federal judge has dropped the South Dakota Department of Social Services and Avera St. Mary's Hospital in Pierre from a lawsuit alleging they deprived a 3-year-old boy and his mother of their rights after the boy was catheterized for a drug test
A standoff with an armed man brought traffic on an Atlanta-area freeway to a standstill Friday until he was apparently taken into custody
A sleepover among your favorite celebrities may sound like a fantasy but now it is a dream come true — sort of.
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Autopsy finds a 7-year-old girl from Guatemala who was detained by the U.S. Border Patrol died of a bacterial infection
A Roman Catholic priest who served in Rapid City, South Dakota, has been sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing a child
A former University of Oklahoma student alleges he was touched and kissed inappropriately by former school President David Boren almost a decade ago, when he was Boren's teaching aide
A University of Michigan professor has launched an initiative aimed at bringing attention to a 1994 U.S. immigration policy that he believes has contributed to the deaths of thousands of migrants who tried entering the country through the Sonoran desert
Metro-North customers on the New Haven line may experience delays of anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes due to power issues near Green’s Farms, the railroad said Friday.
A woman has pleaded guilty in the 2016 rape, murder and dismemberment of her 14-year-old daughter outside Philadelphia
An effort to keep Arkansas' Medicaid expansion has failed in the state House two days after a federal judge blocked a requirement that those on the program work in order to keep their coverage
Pennsylvania officials say four of five relatives killed in a suburban Philadelphia apartment earlier this year were suffocated, and the fifth was strangled
Police are looking for a Colorado man identified as the suspect in a fatal shooting of his next door neighbor after the killing was recorded on the victim's cellphone
Police are looking for a Colorado man identified as a suspect in a fatal shooting recorded on the victim's cellphone
At least five students at a Harlem school were taken to a nearby hospital following reports of a pepper spray incident inside the main building.
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Small signs of rebuilding the California town of Paradise after it was destroyed by a wildfire are sprouting this spring, including the issuing of the first permits to rebuild two the 11,000 homes destroyed five months ago
A tense situation unfolded right after the Georgia House gave final approval to a bill that bans most abortions when a fetal heartbeat can detected as Democratic lawmakers and protesters refused law enforcement officers' orders to disperse
A bill that would allow the in-state production and sale of low-potency medical marijuana oil has passed the Georgia Senate, just two days after the proposal was limited significantly in committee
Attorney General William Barr said Friday in a new letter that he expects a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report to be sent to Congress by mid-April, "if not sooner."
An appeals court says a federal judge wrongly dismissed lawsuits filed by three men who spent decades in prison for a murder in Cleveland they did not commit
Former student accuses ex-University of Oklahoma President David Boren of sexual misconduct, investigations ongoing
Bucking intense opposition from abortion rights groups, citizens and doctors, the Georgia House has given final approval to a "fetal heartbeat" abortion ban outlawing almost all abortions in the state
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and fellow Democrats who control the Legislature are poised to have New York join California and Hawaii in banning plastic grocery bags
The competition to launch miniaturized spacecraft is growing steadily, epitomized by Rocket Lab's launch on Thursday evening of a prototype military spacecraft.
Georgia House passes bill banning most abortions when fetal heartbeat is detected, sending it to governor who backs it
Baltimore's former police commissioner has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for failing to file federal tax returns
The new election in a North Carolina congressional district required after last year's contest was deemed tainted by a Republican political operative's ballot collection efforts is expected to cost taxpayers more than $1.2 million
After a five-year break from warding off numerous major Red River floods, the largest city in North Dakota is back in the sandbag-filling business with a new crop of volunteers
President Donald Trump's top economic advisor Larry Kudlow on Friday said he believes the "underlying" U.S. economy "looks very good."
YouTube mom Machelle Hobson pleaded not guilty Friday in an Arizona court to 30 counts of kidnapping and child abuse.
Alphabet's CapitalG put $500 million in Lyft in late 2017, and is generating a big return to go along with its Uber investment.
The Texas attorney general is investigating whether the city of San Antonio violated Chick-fil-A's religious liberty when it banned the fast food chain from its airport.
Clifford Williams Jr. was 34 and his nephew, Nathan Myers, was 18 when they went to a party back in May 1976.