At least 14 weather-related deaths in state as officials warn that new evacuations could be ordered
5 decades before mass shooting at Oregon college, Robert F. Kennedy was campaigning in same town, calling for stricter gun-control laws
Two police officers shot in line of duty claim gun store owners were negligent in selling the weapon used in the shooting
New York Times science columnist John Tierney argues that recycling waste is often a waste of energy
As the former congressman digs deep into his long history of mental illness and addiction in "A Common Struggle," his brother, Ted Jr., is calling it an "inaccurate and unfair portrayal" of their family
The generation coming of age in the new millennium is now hitting the workplace, but does the workplace know what just hit it?
Dog train ride is the brain child of two brothers, and is part of a larger mission to improve the lives of every critter they come across
Can a daughter's frantic 911 call convict or free her father from charges that he killed his wife?
Mellody Hobson explains how this coverage can supplement many of your other policies
Sentences lowered retroactively for those convicted of drug-related felonies could mean early release for up to 40,000 people
Giants of fantasy sports industry forced to defend integrity after revelations about betting practices of employees
Mass. mom says when she asked where to pump breast milk, she was given 2 options: the family bathroom with no outlet or the "pet relief area"
Online writings by Laurel Harper dating back nine years offer fresh insight into the gunman and his relationship with his mother
Juan Martin Garcia put to death for the September 1998 killing and robbery of Hugo Solano, a Mexican missionary, over $8
Ali Stroker was just two years old when a car accident left her paralyzed, but didn't stop her
After a photo of a deputy holding an infant goes viral, deputy says "it's nothing that any... father or grandfather wouldn't do"
Over the years, Toyota trucks have appeared in ISIS propaganda videos; but how the terror group has acquired the trucks is not clear
Montana's accepted barbiturate for executions is not available; the replacement drug is not "ultra fast-acting" as law requires
If fire were to reach the nuclear waste, it could sent a plume of radioactive smoke over the densely populated St. Louis metropolitan area
Yoko Ono gathered thousands of people in New York City's Central Park for a Guinness World Records attempt for the largest human peace sign
Salt Lake City suspect allegedly acknowledged the murders of two adults and a baby, and told police "this is my mom's fault"
While working on his homework, the 15-year-old in Texas found an error in his geometry book
When a family in the Bahamas discovered an abandoned baby raccoon with a broken leg in their backyard, they raised her as their own
Michigan lottery winner says when she found out she won she immediately quit her "nasty, dirty" job
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, in prison for one murder, is charged in a 2012 double slaying near a Boston nightclub
Proposed resolution says, "We adopt this resolution before God that He pass us by in His Coming Wrath and not destroy our County"
Pilot's wife said he had double bypass surgery and was required to get a physical every six months to ensure he was healthy enough to fly