President Obama has stayed neutral in the race to replace him, but as Vice President Joe Biden mulls a race against Hillary Clinton, a White House spokesman said it's possible Obama will endorse.
The Old Dominion University chapter of the Sigma Nu fraternity has been suspended pending an investigation into several derogatory banners welcoming freshman girls on move-in day at the Virginia university.
The new municipal judge says he is making the changes to restore confidence in the system and ease the burden on poor defendants.
The last decade has seen progress in key areas for the city’s residents and its infrastructure – but full recovery remains a challenge.
Some 100 witnesses, including survivors, victims' families, and responders, are scheduled to testify in the final phase of sentencing over the next three days.
Wildfires continue to burn hundreds of square miles across several states, destroying homes and killing three. Despite hundreds of firefighters' attempts to battle the flames, most of the fires remain less than 50 percent contained.
Over his lifetime, Donald Trump has shown little public interest in his first-generation immigrant mother’s origins. Still, he has a rich immigrant past.
New Mexico attorney general Hector Balderas announced an investigation into how Jason Martinez, who faces sexual assault charges, was hired by Albuquerque's public school district before completing a background check.
Colorado mass shooter James Holmes, although already sentenced to life, faces a three-day hearing to formalize the penalties against him.
Single women now make up 23 percent of first-time home buyers, according to the National Associaton of Realtors.
Trump’s speech before a big crowd in Mobile was a combination of a sermon and a sideshow without any structure. But I will give him some credit. At least he didn’t speak politician.
Two Iowa men are facing charges of firearms possession relating to a plot to attack the Pokemon World Championships in Boston.
The Okanogan Complex of wildfires on Sunday was measured at about 374 square miles. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's office says more than 200 homes have been destroyed.