A Massachusetts man was charged in federal court for sending four different bomb threats to four schools within the past year.
Despite a potential plea deal with the Justice Department, Edward Snowden said in an interview he is concerned about the message his punishment would send to future whistleblowers.
An Arkansas county court judge will weigh in on a lawsuit by death row inmates against the state's secrecy of lethal injection, as pharmaceutical companies tighten the reigns on distribution.
California is about to find out. State legislators introduced one of the strictest equal pay laws in the country on Tuesday.
The 'Draft Biden' super PAC is running an emotional 90-second ad whose final frame shows two small words that could transform the 2016 race: 'Run, Joe.'
The winners are part of the Bard Prison Initiative, a program that provides qualified inmates with an opportunity to earn tuition-free degrees from Bard College. If similar programs lower recidivism rates and boost cost efficiency, why hasn’t more money been invested in them?
Drone enthusiasts and government regulators continue to alternately clash and find solutions on balancing use of drone technology with other priorities such as safety and privacy.
More people have already visited Yellowstone National Park this year than ever before, and officials are looking at how to accommodate the new crowds.
The victim's family forgave Juan Garcia for the 1998 murder of Hugo Solano, a killing that officials say occurred while Garcia was robbing Solano of $8.
A video of someone brandishing a loaded gun near an LAPD officer has been discovered to belong to an old hip-hop group. But many in law enforcement are remaining on high alert.
Experts and advocates have encouraged federal officials to consider the environmental sustainability of a food source in their nutritional recommendations.
Hurricane Joaquin continues to invite rainfall along the South Carolina coast, causing rivers to swell and roads to flood.