The Solar Impulse 2 took off from Hawaii on Thursday on the ninth leg of its solar-powerd journey around the globe.
US Authorities have uncovered a tunnel across the US-Mexico border that was used to transport tons of pounds of cocaine and marijuana.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced charges against elected officials Wednesday. But in other states, charges in cases against elected officials have eventually fizzled.
The Bay State will soon offer 10 percent rebates to students who attend community college and go on to complete their bachelor's degree at a Massachusetts state school – as long as they meet some stiff requirements.
Donald Trump is showing signs of going into a less controversial 'general election' mode. But there could be complications
Widespread reports of voting problems in New York on Tuesday have prompted state investigations and a lawsuit.
The UK Foreign Office has updated its travel website to include a warning for British LGBT travelers about controversial new laws passed by Southern states.
Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced police department reforms Thursday, just one week after a police accountability task force submitted its recommendations.
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments for and against alcohol testing laws in North Dakota and Minnesota. The high court ruling could effect laws in at least 10 other states.
Americans' views of transgender rights are rapidly shifting, though regional variations persist.
Other students have also come forward accusing the school of investigating them after they reported similar incidents.
Five former New Orleans police officers agreed to plea deals relating to the fatal shooting of two unarmed civilians fleeing the city after hurricane Katrina.
The bipartisan Energy Policy Modernization Act addresses the energy infrastructure, but some say it neglects important questions about climate change.