The man convicted of Robert Kennedy's 1969 assassination, Sirhan Sirhan, will face his 15th parole hearing Wednesday.
The American Association of University Professors, a national advocacy group, wrote an open letter to the University's president characterizing his actions as 'fundamentally at odds with basic standards of academic due process.'
A formal apology for slavery is not meaningless rhetoric, say Delaware's African-American community. To us, it is important.
After months of negotiation with the Department of Justice, the Ferguson city council approved a plan for police reform – but with some last minute cost caveats.
The US Supreme Court's decision on Tuesday put the brakes on the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan. But this likely will not be the high court's last word on the matter.
The US National Intelligence director outlines key threats to US security.
Cities across the country have wrapped up the 2016 'point-in-time' surveys. But counting the homeless is more than a one-night tally.
The NSA is shifting toward a fully integrated offensive and defensive operation, meaning its spies could be brushing shoulders with its cybersecurity agents.
Princeton launches a website where academics discuss President Woodrow Wilson's complex legacy with students and staff, after protesters called to rename buildings and schools that honor him.
A partisan Congress seems primed to reject the final budget proposal of his administration.