Raucous parties in Florida's Panama City Beach have politicians, police, and businesses debating how much to crack down on a key economic force. A shooting that left seven injured Saturday reignited the debate.
Appalachian communities that owe their existence to coal are turning to tourism to replace traditional jobs and revenues. But some argue natural beauty and mountain character are at odds with the area's history of environmental degradation and poverty.
A Philadelphia bus driver and a handful of passengers were shocked to see a 4-year-old girl board the bus alone at 3 a.m. on Friday, cheerfully stating she wanted to get a slushie. The girl and her parents were later reunited.
Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Maley said the country would benefit from new leadership an fresh perspectives. He said, 'The presidency of the United States is not some crown to be passed between two families.'
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has been under fire for the ‘religious freedom’ law he signed, which critics say is discriminatory – especially against gay people. Now, Gov. Pence says he wants to legislatively ‘clarify the intent’ of the law.
On the 73rd anniversary of a historic bombing run on Japan, the 'Doolittle Tokyo Raiders' will receive the Congressional Gold Medal and then present it to the National Museum of the US Air Force near Dayton, Ohio.
Months before an explosion and fire that leveled three apartment buildings in Manhattan's East Village a gas crew found multiple leaks in a line that had been illegally tapped at a restaurant in one of the buildings.
Friday was the deadline for Hillary Clinton to respond to a congressional subpoena for emails and documents related to the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya. She provided nothing since her email server had been wiped clean.
A Metrolink train collided with a car near the University of Southern California campus on Saturday morning, injuring 21 people. Last month, some 50 people were injured in another Metrolink commuter rail collision.