Florida's death penalty system was ruled unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court last month, but the ruling will continue to influence capital punishment at large.
Due to complications at some of Iowa’s caucus precincts, a handful of the Democratic delegates were awarded based on coin tosses Monday night.
Rep. Adam Schiff on Tuesday sized up US operations in that country, as well as the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Libya.
Along with city and state government, there are now federal agencies, including the FBI, looking into Flint's water supply situation.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a $1.3 billion construction project for O'Hare Airport Sunday, in an effort to reduce travel delays and grievances against the mayor.
Ohio state law permits dogs to be adopted by their former handlers, but only if the canines have reached the end of their working lives. For one former officer and his German Shepherd partner, this posed an issue.
The City Council will vote on a proposed overhaul of the police department, meant to protect safety and civil rights, after a series of public hearings.
For clues to the primary race ahead, two key numbers from Monday night's Iowa caucus stand out.
Bill Cosby's lawyers hope the former district attorney's 2005 deal not to prosecute the actor for his testimony will negate the only criminal case brought against him, despite years of allegations.
Three teenage boys were arrested for fatally shooting two people, and wounding three more, in a homeless encampment the mayor calls 'out of control.'
New FEC data shows The Donald's campaign spending is dwarfed by his rivals. What's truly bizarre, however, is one of the biggest items in his budget.
Despite a lack of credible threats to the game, recent terrorist attacks at a sports event in Paris and in nearby San Bernardino have security officials ramping up security operations.