Instead of giving a man a traffic ticket, two Texas police officers pooled money together to buy car seats for his three children. Such acts of charity among the police are not unusual.
The Watertown (Mass.) High School Raiders have not lost a single game since 2008. Their record-breaking streak comes at a time of emerging prevalence of women's sports in the US.
New York's second baseman was named NLCS MVP after hitting a home run in his sixth consecutive game, setting a new major league postseason record.
President Obama unveiled a plan to help heroin and prescription drug addicts get better access to treatment. It's a long way from 'get tough' days gone by.
A recent study reveals almost two-thirds of Americans don't trust the mass media. Who's to blame?
The president will be announcing his new strategy in West Virginia, the state with the highest rate of overdose deaths in the country.
A Mormon leader's speech marks a landmark moment in the conservative religion's transformation from a faith that frowned on gays and lesbians to one becoming more welcoming and compassionate.
A Frenchmen and his cat jumped from his damaged sailboat onto an oil ship tender in high seas off Alaska.
The FAA plans to require recreational users to register their drones. But some experts say it's a rushed solution to a serious but overstated problem.
Florida Senate removed the Confederate battle flag from its official seal. In Tennessee, county commissioners voted down a proposal to fly the flag Monday.
After an Indiana University student attacks a Muslim woman sitting outside of a cafe, Muslim advocates and educators says this single hate crime exists within a larger trend.
Oprah Winfrey comes aboard Weight Watchers as it tries to broaden its appeal, reflecting shifts in consumer attitudes toward dieting.
The pastor of Detroit's City of God church is in custody after shooting a brick-wielding man who allegedly threatened parishioners.
Parts of central New York have received an early taste of winter with up to 9 inches of snow, which created difficult travel conditions.
The New England Patriots take on the Indianapolis Colts Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in Indianapolis.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed an emergency proclamation Friday to speed up the process of getting homeless people into housing, as critics say the problem has grown too big to ignore.
The Ole Miss Associated Student Body Senate plans to vote as early as Tuesday on a resolution asking the university to 'cease flying the Mississippi state flag.'
DraftKings and FanDuel insist they are legal under a 2006 federal law that exempted fantasy sports from an online gambling prohibition. Why does Nevada's attorney general disagree?
After Stanford and UCLA combined for 91 points in the Cardinal Pac-12 win late Thursday night, it will be interesting to see how much scoring takes place in Saturday's games.
From the massacre of three Muslims in North Carolina to harsh rhetoric in the presidential campaign, American Muslims say this has been a tough time.
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