Young, LGBT Latter-day Saints can’t live the ideal life of marriage and family described in their religion. But deciding to leave isn't straightforward.
The remaining presidential candidates have each said they’d fix big money in political races. But if the Supreme Court overturned its latest campaign-finance rulings, would anything really change?
“The most powerful supercomputer in the world is not as good at recognizing things as the human brain,” —…
A tropical storm warning has been issued for coastal areas of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
Friday’s deal would put more than 35,000 people back to work.
Charles Starkweather and Caril Fugate left behind a trail of corpses—and an astonished nation—behind them as they roamed through Nebraska in the winter of 1958. They were an aberration, a pathological quirk in an otherwise rational world. Or were they?
The court ruled 4-3 Friday the punishment was cruel and unusual under the state’s constitution.
Some U.S. cities are looking into hiring private contractors and moving away from the TSA after a month of historically long lines.
The university has demoted Ken Starr, its president, and fired Art Briles, the football coach, over how complaints were handled.
Doctors in the state who perform abortions after 20 weeks now can face jail time.
The power was out for more than an hour in the downtown area Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Dylann Roof, who killed nine people at a historically black church last year.
The police chief was placed on leave after he shot his friend while hunting and tried to cover it up.
A judge ruled Tuesday that the entertainer’s trial on charges of sexual assault can go forward.
“I don’t know why so many previous researchers have been so into armpits.” —Jonathan Williams, who studies human…
The Democrat is allegedly being scrutinized for accepting illegal campaign contributions.
Police officer Edward Nero has been acquitted of all four charges against him.
New Mexico farmers are re-evaluating the state of their crops after a pipeline broke earlier this month.
A lush and colorful scene from reader Brian Burk: This photo was taken leaning out the open…