Curfew, state of emergency declared as 200 arrests made; National Guard deployed; firefighters dousing still-simmering blazes
New York's "Raise the Age" movement would have 16- and 17-year-olds who commit crimes be treated as juveniles, not adults
Neighborhoods with high incarceration rates join New York's fight for juvenile justice reform
The controversial education standards have stirred national debate on what is fair for students with learning disabilities
New York City Ballet's Justin Peck is lighting up stages around the world, re-energizing the art form for a new generation
The college basketball player died Friday of brain cancer but left her mark wanting to "bring a change in the world"
Strict new measures are being created to enforce water restrictions as homeowners struggle to adapt
The first museum in America dedicated entirely to slavery opened a few months ago in Wallace, Louisiana
A voice told Bernard Coffindaffer to install crosses across America; now a Miss. woman is following in his footsteps, with even grander plans
Two wives die in freak accidents 17 years apart and a husband is the only witness - is it a coincidence or something more sinister?
Sheriff says shooting 15 loose bison was right call but he has regrets about how it went down
Could U.S. be heading down same demographic road as Japan, one that would exert strong pressure on the economy and Social Security?
League boss admits policies weren't in place on player misconduct, but in spite of that and myriad other challenges, insists he's going to "make the NFL better"
Maryland National Guard rolled into Baltimore in midst of violent protests, but city's response left many wondering what took so long
Police say suspect in Washington state high school told them he never intended to hurt any students
People were exiting a church when a vehicle pulled up and bullets rang out, and at least one shooter returned fire from inside
At least eight tornadoes touched down southwest of Fort Worth, but no injuries were reported
Things escalate quickly after a man asks another passenger to watch his foul mouth at Salt Lake airport
Maryland's governor declares a state of emergency and the city's mayor implements a curfew as violence following the funeral of Freddie Gray ensues
Sec. Kerry and Iran FM Zarif are meeting in NYC just as Congress weighs whether to give itself power to scuttle the deal
Prosecutor claims in opening statements Colorado theater shooter was declared sane by two evaluations; defense says he had psychotic break
The sisters, 52 and 56, were missing for nearly two weeks before a helicopter spotted their snowbound car in a remote part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
With unfaltering faith in her students, Shanna Peeples is inspiring high schoolers and earning the nation's respect
Power outages top 200,000 in Louisiana while some homes were flattened in the aftermath of Texas storms
Lawyer for man killed in Baltimore police custody says cops involved in his arrest should open up; thousands attend funeral service
Remote-controlled aircraft buzzing the famous span pose safety and security threats, official says
Law enforcement on high alert, alleging Bloods, Crips and other gangs have "entered into a partnership to 'take out' cops"