Federal prosecutors charged three Kansas men who were planning to detonate bombs that targeted Muslims.
The families of the 2012 massacre victims were suing the gun manufacturer who made the rifle used by Adam Lanza.
The gap in data has been an embarrassment for the federal government.
Government and FARC rebel leaders continue to negotiate a peace accord that was recently rejected by voters.
After a month of national backlash for a phony accounts scandal, John Stumpf has resigned effective immediately.
The league announced new protocols to protect players from head injuries. But is it enough?
Terence Crutcher, who was shot in Tulsa last month, had PCP in his body at the time of the shooting, a toxicology report says.
The embattled company announced it would shut down its labs and reduce its workforce by 40 percent.
Since the July 15 failed coup, tens of thousands in the military, academia, judiciary, and the media have been arrested.
The Italian-led effort was one of the largest single-day operations of the European migration crisis.
Joakim Noah opposes war and said he would have felt uncomfortable at the West Point Military Academy event.
Alfred Olango was shot four times after pointing a vaping device at officers.
Top female chess players in the world say they won’t compete in Iran if they’re forced to wear the Islamic headscarf.
Matthew, with 160 mile-per-hour maximum winds, is expected to make landfall in Jamaica on Monday.
As lawmakers grilled the bank’s CEO, the Justice Department announced a $4 million settlement for a separate scandal.
The national park’s superintendent resigned a week after a congressional hearing found widespread misconduct.
Dozens are still missing in China after powerful storms triggered landslides.
Police say Alfred Okwera Olango pointed a vaping device before he was killed in a San Diego suburb Tuesday.
Students have demonstrated across the country for the last 10 days as fees are set to increase.