Paul Gatling will be able to vote this November after his name was cleared from 1964 murder conviction that he was falsely accused of. His only regret is that he didn't have a chance to vote for a black president.
Most Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters said Bernie Sanders should stay in the race until the party's convention, a new NBC News poll finds. In 2008, Hillary Clinton faced a similar choice.
Congress announced its support for Freedom of Information Act exemptions for agricultural promotions groups such as the National Pork Board and others.
Early polls about Donald Trump were right, and the punditocracy was wrong. Lately his numbers have strengthened further.
FBI agents were digging up the property of an aging Connecticut mobster Monday – their third search of the premises – in hopes of solving the decades-old Isabella Stewart Gardner heist, the biggest in US history.
A Virginia county attorney released a report on Monday regarding the 2013 death of Linwood Lambert, Jr., in police custody. Halifax County, Va., will not press charges against officers involved in Lambert's death.
Donald Trump's latest barb aimed at Ted Cruz is based on a National Enquirer report and might be a case of mistaken identity.
AP photographer Joe Rosenthal didn't get the name of the flag raisers, leaving the task to the Marines, who, after some confusion, may have misidentified one of the men.
Teacher's Day: Detroit's teachers are entering their second day of sick-out protests, after the school district announced that paychecks would stop on June 30.
In some corners of America, the lives of children and teens are being shaped by heroin and opioid abuse. In turn, they could help reshape how America sees addiction.
In his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sanders argues that the free-to-choose 'superdelegates' should align with the voters within their own states. But their role wasn't conceived that way.