In the US, crimes motivated by race, religion, gender, and sexual orientation fell slightly in 2014, a new FBI report has found.
Or is Donald Trump simply tapping into valid security concerns in the wake of the ISIS attack in Paris?
Protesters in Minneapolis are demanding the release of police video footage of the shooting of Jamar Clark on Sunday.
There are an estimated 50 million Snapchat users, and presidential candidates have been quick to take advantage of reaching the young audience. But will 2016 really be the Snapchat Election?
The White House announced Friday $118 million worth of funding commitments towards economic and research initiatives, honing in on the inequalities faced by minority girls and women.
Politics is getting more hyperbolic, more insult-driven, and more eager to gobble up terms from pop culture.
The Supreme Court rejected a bid by a New Hampshire anti-abortion group to force the federal government to reveal information about a $1 million grant it made to Planned Parenthood.
Local fundraisers and online efforts are forming to support the victims' families and survivors of Friday night's attacks in France.
Philip Chism was 14 years old when he allegedly raped and murdered his math teacher in Massachusetts. Why did his lawyers turn to the insanity defense?
Two people were removed from a Boston-bound flight from Washington Sunday. After the Paris attacks and the airline crash in Egypt, US officials are looking hard at gaps in airport security.
The governors of Alabama and Michigan say their states won't accept any more Syrian refugees. Concern about screening for terrorists rises.
Three of the nation's largest prescription benefit managers have cut ties with major pharmacies that they say relied excessively on particular brand-name medicines to make profits, rather than offering more affordable generics.