Two BNSF Railway freight trains on the same track collided head-on Tuesday, leading the federal government to open up an investigation of technology compliance.
Hawaii will monitor criminal activity by gun owners to continuously evaluate if they are eligible for gun ownership.
An auction of James 'Whitey' Bulger's belongings held Saturday raised $109,295 for the families of his victims.
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is making direct appeals to CEOs and offering their companies large subsidies in an attempt to turn around the state's economy.
The Texas Nationalist Movement sought to build momentum for an independence referendum in Texas by drawing parallels between Brexit and Texit.
The presumptive Republican nominee said he would only ban Muslims from 'terror' countries, but wouldn't explain which ones.
The Supreme Court has set out a new standard for what can constitute official corruption.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a ban on gun ownership for those who have been convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor had the unlikely support of a liberal justice.
Coach Summitt's legendary fierceness and icy personality on the sidelines made her an icon in women's sports.
Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump's former campaign manager, signed a deal joining CNN as a political commentator. CNN was criticized after the hire because of Mr. Lewandowski's behavior toward the media during his time with the campaign.
The fire began Thursday and bore down on small communities of houses and mobile homes that surround Lake Isabella.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out the former Virginia Governor's corruption convictions
The two most powerful women in the Democratic Party joined forces Monday, with Elizabeth Warren endorsing Hillary Clinton.
A man pushes a tub carrying children through flood waters in Duchang, Jiangxi Province, China, on Monday.
Lighter winds have enabled firefighters to contain 10 percent of the blaze, but at lest 2,500 homes remain threatened.
Despite a 22-year ban on financial aid for the incarcerated, Obama launched a pilot program to connect as many as 12,000 inmates to federal scholarships starting next month.
House Republicans released a plan for a simplified tax code on Friday, breaking with decades of tax legislation in hopes of appealing to tax-shy Millennials.
Bernie Sanders has maintained stamina, pledging to campaign for his platform, if not for himself. Will his supporters follow him for the long-run?
Police can charge drivers who refuse a breathalyzer with a crime, but must have a search warrant to perform a blood alcohol test, the court decided Thursday.
City leaders in Columbus, Ohio, are hoping high-tech transportation can help address the city's social issues.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted against another bear hunt Wednesday, as experts suggest bear-proof garbage cans as a more humane solution.
A live town hall event broadcast Wednesday evening will feature Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate, William Weld.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette alleged Wednesday that two firms hired by city officials after the switch to the Flint River allowed the water crisis to "occur, continue and worsen."
Paul Ryan and his Republican colleagues unveiled a healthcare agenda to replace Obamacare, but the presumed Republican presidential candidate remained quiet about whether he supports it.
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