The autopsy of Sandra Bland, a black woman found dead in a Texas jail July 13, showed no signs of homicide, authorities say.
A group of Central American immigrant parents claim their children have been wrongfully denied birth certificates because the parents could not provide proper photo identification.
President Obama's $7 billion plan to expand electricity access in Africa is largely on hold until Congress renews the Export-Import Bank charter.
In many instances where children die as a result of abuse or neglect, authorities were already aware that they may be living in a dangerous situation.
Initial jobless claims fell last week to a seasonally adjusted 255,000 – the lowest level since 1973. But wages for those who have jobs are still stagnant.
In the wake of the deadly Chattanooga shooting, armed civilian volunteers guard military centers around the country.
Listening in on a conversation from someone who accidentally calls may not be polite, but according to a recent court ruling, pocket dialers are asking for it.
The mayor of Seattle and his housing committee are exploring options to make home loans accessible to Muslims who are unable to participate in standard mortgage programs due to religious prohibitions.
The push for increased minimum wage has been gaining momentum in communities on both coasts of the United States.
Sony will offer drone services to businesses with a new joint venture launching in early August.
In addition to dodging hundreds of searchers, escaped prisoners David Sweat and Richard Matt also struggled with interpersonal challenges.
FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday that ISIS poses a bigger threat to the US than Al Qaeda, thanks to their strong online presence.
One man's 'marching tuba' turned a KKK rally into a musical event.
The White House is introducing yet another plan to Congress to close the contentious prison holding terrorism suspects in Cuba.