A verbal scuffle with the state's Latina governor and violence between protesters and police continued a trend of conflict dogging the presumptive GOP nominee's campaign.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has attacked Donald Trump in another sign, that although she's not in the race, her vote counts as a liberal who appeals to the same base that supports Trump – the discontented middle class.
As the federal government seeks the death penalty for Dylann Roof, the man charged with killing nine black parishioners in Charleston last year, the victims' families practice forgiveness.
UCLA just signed the biggest sponsorship deal in NCAA history, the latest in a series of mega-deals in the world of college athletics.
For the first time since at least 1880, more people between the ages of 18 and 34 live with their parents than romantic partners.
A civic bailout package agreed upon Monday would set the coastal resort town up for a five-year plan to alleviate decline from casino closures and competition.
The FBI's 'Rap Back' registry is currently for people in 'positions of trust.' A bill under consideration in Hawaii would mandate the inclusion of all gun purchasers in the federal database.
Amid backlash from long security lines and mismanagement accusations TSA reshuffles leadership.
Marilyn Mosby was lauded for her swift filing of charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray last year. But now, critics question whether she may have acted too hastily in effort to appease angry protesters.
The death of the Taliban's leader is unlikely to bring the group to the bargaining table in Afghanistan. But drone strikes are a tool with potential – and risks.