The National Football League will not allow players to wear helmet decals to honor the memory of five Dallas officers fatally shot in July, following similar controversies over basketball players' wish to express views on police violence.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration said marijuana would remain in the restrictive Schedule I on Thursday, but signaled support for expanding medical research.
Emailed conversations among Mrs. Clinton's aides reveal requests for preferential treatment of top donors to the Clinton Foundation, further fueling voters concerns about the candidate's perceived honesty.
Six million Americans in some of the country's most populous states are drinking water contaminated with industrial chemicals, according to a new study.
The White House's new Messenger bot will let citizens send notes to President Obama, possibly winding up among the 10 citizen letters he reads each night.
The first unclassified report on the suspected military backgrounds of Guantánamo Bay prisoners tells the stories of 107 detainees.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump defended his ambiguous comments about Hillary Clinton and the Second Amendment.