A third day of testimony is set for a Florida man who claims he shot his wife in self-defense before posting a photo of her body on Facebook…
Whether the strike killed the British man who appears in several videos depicting the beheadings of Western hostages was not known.
The new rookie at one New York police department weighs 60 pounds, has a big, lolling tongue, a soft caramel coat and a chance to fight ster…
It’s not always the slurs and the other out-and-out acts of racism. It’s the casual, everyday slights and insensitivities.
The dean of students at a small Southern California college resigned Thursday after protests linked to racial concerns on campus.
“He may not like the law, but he should follow the law. We don’t want to have activism on the bench in any way, shape or form.”
Maryland State Police have charged a woman and her two sons with assaulting a trooper in a department store bathroom following a road rage e…
The balcony gave way during a birthday party, tossing the six who died and another seven young people 50 feet down to the street below.
People from Georgia and South Carolina are sharing thoughts and prayers for two tiny lives now gone.
On Thursday afternoon, Bill Self addressed the media about the status of freshman Cheick Diallo’s NCAA eligibility heading into the season.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter suddenly fired his top military aide Thursday citing allegations of misconduct, and referred the matter to the …
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The groups argue that academic institutions should remain “as safe and weapon-free as possible for students, faculty, staff, parents and com…
A memorial was dedicated Thursday in Kansas City to the 114 people killed 34 years ago in one of the nation’s worst structural disasters.
Appointed a recently-retired senior administrator from its flagship campus to be the university system’s interim president.
Prosecutors say he used false claims to win government contracts for work targeting businesses owned by disabled military veterans.
Three Republicans who support Medicaid expansion have been removed from a Kansas House committee that oversees health care issues.
“The judge should not “inject his own personal beliefs and feelings in superseding the law.”