Gunshot victim: 911 dispatcher training involves stress and crisis management, but Matthew Sanchez reportedly hung up on a caller who swore at him after reporting that her friend had been shot.
The Defense Department is laying the foundation on how to incorporate transgender troops into the ranks. Considerations include housing, uniforms, and medical care.
Public opinion has become somewhat more supportive of Edward Snowden, and policy change has been enacted in response to his whistle-blowing. But in responding to a petition, the White House played down the possibility of clemency.
The guide includes a section advising campus members to use 'US citizen' not 'American' to respect those who live in Canada, Mexico, or Central and South America.
An Ohio grand jury on Wednesday indicted Ray Tensing, a University of Cincinnati police officer, for fatally shooting a black motorist during a traffic stop.
The council unanimously voted on Tuesday to outlaw the possession of gun magazines that can hold 10 or more rounds of ammunition. Gun rights groups say the move violates the Second Amendment.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is making headlines this week not for what she's saying on the campaign trail, but for what she's not.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says that President Obama has the votes in Congress to sustain a veto, if Republicans try to block his nuclear agreement with Iran. Also, he says, Alexander Hamilton will retain a place on US currency.
Almost three-quarters of people with education or training beyond a four-year college degree said they learn or do something interesting every day.
A little boy from Maryland 'woke up smiling' with his new hands, said his doctor.
One day after the NFL upheld Tom Brady's punishment for the 'Deflategate' scandal, the quarterback defended himself in a Facebook post.
Texas authorities have released additional footage from Sandra Bland's time in jail to dispel angry allegations from the public, a judge said.