Missouri police have been brushing up on constitutional rights and stocking up on riot gear to prepare for a grand jury's decision about whether to charge a white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old in suburban St. Louis.
After an American was released from North Korean custody, the attention has now focused on two other U.S. citizens still in its jails.
A doctor who became New York City's first Ebola patient was praised for getting treatment immediately upon showing symptoms.
Ebola is giving Americans a crash course in fear.
Two deadly attacks in three days against members of the military stunned Canadians and raised fears their country.
A maverick Republican senator criticized faulty missile defenses, unneeded airports and golf course repairs among the projects completed on the taxpayers' tab.
A new study confirms what many Internet users know all too well: Harassment is a common part of online life.
All travelers who come into the U.S. from three Ebola-stricken West African nations will now be monitored for three weeks.
The writing is on the wall for gay marriage bans in Kansas, Montana and South Carolina.
A Missouri funeral director is sending his father out with a bang. His father's ashes, anyway.
The U.S. government is now urging owners of nearly 8 million cars and trucks to have the air bags repaired.
Four former Blackwater security guards were convicted Wednesday in the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis in Baghdad.
Doctors disagree over whether the second of two 12-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slender Man is fit to stand trial.
Investigators are using the cellphone records of an Indiana man already charged in the slayings of two women to pinpoint his movements.
A 23-year-old Maryland man is in custody after he climbed over the White House fence Wednesday.
Michael Brown's official autopsy indicates he was shot in the hand at close range during a struggle.
In a charmed life of newspapering, Ben Bradlee seemed always to be in just the right place.
A U.S. Marine suspected in the gruesome killing of a transgender Filipino was flown Wednesday from his warship to the Philippine military's main camp, where he will continue to be guarded by fellow Marines.
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