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.
The Justice Department plan to reduce sentences for some 6,000 nonviolent drug offenders in federal prisons is part of a larger effort to make US justice 'work smarter.'
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill legalizing physician-assisted suicide Monday, and shared his personal feelings and reflections on both the politics and religious import of the bill.
Dr. Carson joins Donald Trump and other Republicans supporting students’ right to bear arms, as Texans continue to fight over a bill to let guns not just on campus, but in class.
A man convicted in the 1990 New York subway murder of Brian Watkins will receive a new trial after 25 years in prison, a New York judge said Tuesday.
Despite a strong record on civil rights, Sen. Bernie Sanders has had trouble connecting with many African-American voters.
Gen. John Campbell testified Tuesday that the US bombing that killed 22 at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, was not intentional, shifting the Pentagon's initial account of 'collateral damage.'
A student's claim that a man pulled a gun on campus renewed anxiety one day after the FBI warned Philly schools of an unspecified threat, rumored to be a copycat warning based on last weekend's shooting in Oregon.