Authorities haven’t decided to charge the suspects with hate crimes after they allegedly opened fire at a police-brutality protest.
Activists are clashing in the streets with the same police force whose actions they’re protesting.
The candidate: Hillary Clinton The gaffe: Perhaps it’s more the denouement of a gaffe. During a Facebook chat Tuesday…
The Texas senator, known for attention-grabbing stunts, has quietly caught up to Trump in Iowa.
Police have arrested two suspects and are searching for a third, and say that none of the injuries are life-threatening.
Making sense of Friday’s hotel siege in Bamako won’t be simple.
This is the best AP news alert I’ve ever seen: (AP) _ Former U.S. Senate candidate…
Asked how ideas he has endorsed would be different from Nazi enrollment of Jews, the Republican frontrunner simply said, “You tell me.”
An act of vandalism comes on a campus frequently divided over matters of race.
The candidate: Donald Trump, still somehow the GOP frontrunner The gaffe: In an interview with Yahoo, Trump said …
Back in October, I reported on Charlotte’s discussion about creating “no-go zones” to fight prostitution. Under the plan, police could…
French officials have confirmed that the man they believe planned the Paris attacks was killed in a police raid.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are both speaking about the terror group Thursday, but neither really wants to—each for very different reasons.
Don’t count on it.
Minneapolis police shot and killed the 24-year-old black man early on Sunday. Witnesses say he was handcuffed and lying on the ground, although officers say he was not.
Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana, announced Tuesday he was ending his campaign for the Republican nomination.
The small nation has become a major source of violent jihadists, both in Syria and Iraq and also inside Europe.
Terrorist organizations: They can be just like every other bureaucracy, beset by malcontents, office rivalries, inscrutable rules, and corporate layers…
Why have attacks in France gotten so much more attention than bombings in Lebanon?
Republican governors are turning away those fleeing the civil war, while Jeb Bush suggests only welcoming Christians.