Alabama running back Derrick Henry won the 2015 Heisman Trophy on Saturday night.
A $2.2 billion, 780-mile line designed to carry wind power from Kansas has gotten approval, but Missouri farmers are vowing to make sure the…
A person of interest has been detained in the investigation of a suspected arson fire at a Southern California mosque, authorities said.
A grandmother’s bravery in telling her story made all the difference this time. In this case at least, it changed a narrative all too common…
Legal experts are divided over how the high court would react to Trump’s call for a temporary halt to Muslims entering the U.S.
Medical school graduates could start treating patients immediately, without wading through years of traditional residency.
A Missouri Planned Parenthood branch will not to comply with a subpoena to give abortion-related records to Republican state lawmakers.
Abdirizak Aden said the teacher stopped his 13-year-old daughter, who wears a hijab, and asked if she had a bomb.
Citadel President John Rosa says he has no intention of stepping down after cadets appeared in photos with pillowcases over their heads like…
According to Match.com, Colorado Springs is number one on the list of top five cities to date a female Star Wars fan.
Federal officials will investigate whether Alabama violated civil rights law with closures and service reductions at rural driver’s license …
Governments have adopted a global climate pact that for the first time asks all countries to limit their greenhouse gas emissions.
The mosque is about 75 miles from San Bernardino.
“This is a reflection of a long-standing national problem,” Middleton said at a news conference after the meeting.
The President signed legislation Friday keeping government agencies open into next week, giving White House and congressional bargainers mor…
The federal government on Thursday began collecting facial and eye scans of foreigners entering the U.S.
New legislation from U.S. Senator Pat Roberts aims to stop the IRS from “needlessly targeting” charities.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. this week declined by 28 to 709.