Man accused in ambush of Texas officer had history of mental illness
Black Lives Matter movement experiencing growing pains as it steps into national spotlight
Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr. has been convicted of capital murder for killing three people in a 2014 shooting rampage.
California doctor faces murder trial in overdose deaths of 3 young men.
Clinton, aides stressed need to protect sensitive State Department information in email
Murder trial begins for California doctor in overdose deaths of 3 young men
Turmoil in China, weak inflation may open door for more stimulus from European Central Bank
Kanye said he's running for president but he's been dropping hints on what his platform would look like for years.
Campaigning starts in Singapore elections where ruling party faces unprecedented opposition
Man suspected of stalking female wrestler shot by deputy outside Florida WWE training facility
Reckoning nears for Kentucky county clerk pushing back against same-sex marriage ruling
The arrest of two British journalists covering Turkey's unrest for Vice News is being called an act of censorship.
Woman accused of drowning sons tells police she wanted to spare them the problems she faces.
State Dept to release 7,000 pages of emails; 150 emails contain now-classified information
Federal judge sides with anti-abortion group in challenge to birth control requirement
Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama on his historic trip to Alaska
After the Ukrainian Parliament threw its support behind part of the peace deal, protests erupted and left one soldier dead.
Obama paints doomsday scene of climate change in Alaska in campaign to boost global action
Volunteers honoring those buried in unmarked graves at forgotten cemetery for mentally ill
Study: Marijuana supplants cigarettes as a daily habit among college students for first time
As Europe debates how to deal with the influx of people landing on its shores, the language used to describe them is subject to its own dispute.
At Harvard's new 'virtual classroom,' students tune in to class from computers anywhere
Experts go to Sierra Leone's north to investigate new case of Ebola; will start vaccine trial
US stocks move solidly lower, led by declines in energy shares as oil prices sink
President Obama will become the first U.S. president to learn survival tactics from Bear Grylls. The two will tackle the Alaskan tundra.