A student began shooting in the cafeteria of Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash., on Friday morning, according to police, who said the gunman turned his weapon on himself.
Democrat Michelle Nunn is in a surprising dead heat with Republican David Perdue in the Georgia Senate race. She might even be ahead. But there's a potential catch.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, a medical doctor, said that the best way to stop Ebola is to rush people who can help to the African nations at the core of the outbreak. He hailed the New York doctor diagnosed with Ebola as a hero.
The Secret Service has been troubled by a series of scandals. So the work of its K-9 agents in bringing down the latest White House fence-jumper is a welcome development.
The attack on four NYPD officers by a man with a hatchet has led some to label it terrorist activity while others have said he could just be an angry man.
A decade ago, Republicans were in the majority and Democrats in the minority, and their positions on the filibuster were the opposite of what they are today.
Republicans aren’t going to get rid of the IRS or pass term limits, a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution, a lifetime ban on lobbying for members of Congress or much else on the Ted Cruz Top 10. That's not being straight with voters.
Recent leaks out of the federal civil rights investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown suggest that there may not be a sufficient legal basis to proceed with criminal charges against Officer Wilson – a blow to protesters.
Primanti Bros., a staple of Pittsburgh cuisine, has announced that it will begin shipping sandwiches nationwide, some assembly required. Steeler fans rejoice.
An report released Wednesday details the extent of the so-called shadow curriculum at the University of North Carolina that let student-athletes take fake classes to boost their grades.