What the Empire State's primary vote really does is confirm the likely nomination endgame. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump look hard to beat.
After the New York primary, neither Ted Cruz nor John Kasich can mathematically win the Republican nomination before the July convention.
The removal of an Arabic-speaking passenger from a Southwest Airlines flight earlier this month is the latest example this year of potential discrimination on US airplanes.
A former Providence, R.I., firefighter who says she was harassed and discriminated against for being a lesbian was awarded more than $800,000 in US District Court Monday.
The ex-police officer who says he accidentally fired a shot that resulted in the death of an unarmed black man avoided prison time after judge reduces a jury's manslaughter conviction.
A US Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a transgender Virginia teen Tuesday, and law experts say this ruling could have immediate implications for North Carolina's controversial HB2 law.
Floods have marked Houston's history for the last 170 years, leading residents to question why control efforts have not improved.
Utah's resolution could prompt other states to consider similar public-health measures against pornography.
Millennials see Hillary Clinton through a radically different lens than older Democrats do. It is the stark difference between distrust and admiration.
Donald Trump had apparently thought his spare campaign operation was enough. Now, he's making moves that suggest he's realized it might not be.
In a case that has pitted Black Lives Matter activists against Asian American activists, former NYPD officer Peter Liang has been convicted of manslaughter for shooting an unarmed black man in a stairwell in 2014.
The run-away success of the Broadway show 'Hamilton' has likely secured Alexander Hamilton's face on the $10 bill for now. But what about the campaign to place more women on US currency?