Douglas Hughes could face 10 months in prison for flying a his gyrocopter through restricted airspace and landing on the lawn of the US Capitol.
The Obama administration has requested the nation's high court to overturn previous rulings halting the president's plan to allow nearly 5 million illegal immigrants to live and work in the country legally.
Donald Trump’s popularity has been rising among Republicans following the terror attacks in Paris.
A school in Utah has issued an apology after several parents complained about the assignment but declined to take disciplinary action against the teacher.
Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard has been released on parole after 30 years in prison. His lawyers are challenging the terms of his release in court.
An evening of tense confrontations between police and demonstrators leads some to call for restraint and others more rigor.
A New York philanthropist bought and donated the contents of a West End toy store. Thousands of toys, stuffed animals, and school supplies were given to children in time for the Holidays.
Donald Gates spent over 25 years in prison before being acquitted of sexual assault and murder in 2009.
Former mayor and twice-convicted felon Buddy Cianci was honored with a portrait ceremony in Providence, R.I., Thursday.
Parts of the Upper Midwest may face up to eight inches of snow and visibility of less than a mile.
Hundreds of thousands are still homeless in the US, despite federal, state, and local programs. Lack of affordable housing and declining wages may be the driving force.
After a 32-hour sit-in outside the president's office, school officials are now considering some of the protesters' demands.
Just one day after Harvard students rallied as part of the Black Lives Matter movement, pictures of black professors were found crossed out by black tape among a wall of faculty portraits.
The US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued the first federal approval for a genetically engineered variety of salmon that grows faster than other farm-raised fish.