Fox News host Bret Baier confirmed Friday that talks are under way about a possible extracurricular political mano-a-mano that would cap an anti-establishment primary season.
In the majority opinion of the Iowa Supreme Court, even juveniles who commit the severest crimes deserve the possibility of a second chance.
Plans to put many native American sacred objects up for bid Monday have sparked criticism. In the United States, tribal laws forbid individuals from selling such items.
Geraldine Largay, the hiker whose remains were found two years after she disappeared hiking the Appalachian Trail, didn't know how to read a compass, new documents released Wednesday show.
A prediction by Donald Trump actually points to what's already happened. The Republican Party is by some measures the party of the working class – or to be precise the white working class.
Nihar Janga shares the trophy with Jairam Hathwar to become the youngest winner in the nationally beloved bee's history.
The Pelican State takes the lead as the first in the nation to extend hate-crime protections to first responders.
At a historic Russian resort, where Leonid Brezhnev once shot a wild boar for Henry Kissinger, Americans and Russians address deepening tensions.
Gov. Rick Snyder called off an internal State Police investigation of the Flint water crisis today after letters from the Attorney General stated that multiple investigations could hinder progress in solving the public health crisis.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Thursday by a 5-to-2 majority to uphold its decision of last August, in which it supported the state's 2012 abolition of the death penalty and applied it retroactively to those still sitting on death row.