Growing programs send animals from local shelters to prisons, where the inmates train them for adoption and increase their own skill sets, as well.
The 2011 arrest of two Iraqi refugees who had settled in Kentucky has added faces to the fears of politicians wary of allowing Syrian asylum seekers to settle in the United States.
Global temperature records have been broken eight times in 2015. Last month was the hottest October since record keeping began in 1880.
Samantha and Gianna Rucki ran away from home in 2013 after a judge granted their father with full custody, even after the sisters accused him of verbal and physical abuse.
Congressman Lamar Smith of Texas wants access to seven years of NOAA's internal communications to investigate if the agency conspired with the Obama administration on a climate change study.
For three years in a row, the L.L.Bean 'Duck' boots have been backordered by the thousands. What accounts for the century-old hunting boots' sudden popularity?
Utah has had several high-profile investigations on corruption. The state-level cases are now leading to investigations at the federal level.
Investigators say the shooting of police officer Richardo Galvez late Wednesday was a targeted attack instead of a random shooting.
Fogle, who confessed to paying for sex with minors and buying child pornography, is set to be sentenced on Thursday.
The magnitude 4.7 quake, centered in Oklahoma, but the temblor could be felt up to 1,200 miles away.
The latest controversy of Texas textbooks involved African slaves being described as 'workers.' Texas education officials rejected a proposal that would require university academics to fact-check the textbooks.
Police said there is no 'specific and credible threat' to New York City, despite a recent video released by the Islamic State militant group threatening to attack the city.
The city will hand out $100 vouchers for voters to contribute to a local campaign of their choosing. But will that even begin to level the political financial playing field?
An awkward, at times profane, exchange between comedy talk show host Stephen Colbert and Bill Maher reflects the conflation of Islam with terrorism – and the debate over how to respond to the terrorist attacks in Paris.