The top court agrees to assess a law that lets the US government indefinitely detain sex offenders even after they have served their sentences.
Eye-to-eye across the US-Mexican border, two communities confront drugs, guns, and misconceptions.
For cash-strapped vacationers, time off this years means exploring ... locally. A report from Europe, Japan, and the US on the return of the road trip, backpacking with a burro, and growing beets.
Unemployment, though, will continue to rise through the end of the year, they say.
Families can now witness the return to the US of the remains of service members killed in action, according to a six-week-old rule. For many, it is an important rite.
A $13 billion proposal could lay high-speed tracks in the midwest, California, and Florida.
Lewis and Clark discovered new lands and peoples, but their greatest challenges led inward.
Foreclosures hit new highs in April and more are expected in months ahead.
To prove aggravated identify theft – which brings a mandatory two years in jail – prosecutors must show defendants knew their fake IDs belonged to a real person.