One year after the mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Mississippi remains the only state to keep the Confederate symbol on its flag.
Aggravated rape in Tennessee carries a minimum of 15 years in prison, but a California judge was granted more leeway in the Brock Turner case.
The National Weather Service said it was expecting temperatures of 120 Fahrenheit in southwestern deserts this week.
The Republican presidential nominee called out "an insurgent group" that was working to deny him delegates at the party's July convention.
Brandon Vandenburg was found guilty on five counts of aggravated rape and two counts of aggravated sexual battery.
The Buddhist spiritual leader is scheduled to speak to US mayors about how to instill compassion. His speech comes in the wake of the recent violence in Orlando and elsewhere in the US.
The US criminal justice system tilts against public defenders. But some states are trying to fix the imbalance.
The nation's National Parks need $11.9 billion for deferred repairs, but have drawn criticism for allowing corporate logos to appear in the parks for much needed funds.
An internal memo decries President Obama's reticence to use force against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, stating action would force diplomatic negotiations.
He’s doubled-down on policies that split the Republican Party and warned GOP leaders, such as Speaker Paul Ryan, to get behind him or 'be quiet.'
A recent survey about Millennial city preferences by Abodo shows that Millennials prefer big cities. As they marry, will they choose to stay?