A California college student died last July during a fraternity organized 18-mile hike for pledges. One year later, his family is still looking for answers.
Some 57 percent of Americans see the flag as a symbol of Southern pride rather than as a representation of racism, according to a new poll.
The payments will be doled out over 18 years to settle environmental and economic damage claims as well as support restoration efforts along the Gulf Coast.
Authorities were called to the Washington Navy Yard Thursday morning in response to reports of shots fired. Officials have found no evidence of an attack.
In the latest blow to Mr. Trump’s business empire, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that city officials have launched a review of all city contracts with the real estate developer.
Out of 57 cars on the CSX train en route from Ohio to Georgia, 27 were carrying hazardous materials.
Support for presidential hopeful and Sen. Bernie Sanders has more than doubled since May, narrowing the gap between the Vermonter and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
The June 6 escape of two prisoners revealed several potential security lapses at Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y. A new warden has been tasked with reexamining security.
A New Jersey prosecutor took to Facebook to caution residents that a new cellphone case shaped like a gun is 'not a cool product or a good idea.'