State lawmakers take action after unauthorized drone got in firefighters' way; bill strengthens punishments for drones in fire areas
Firefighters and a paramedic lose their jobs after they posted comments on social media about Black Lives Matter protesters
A poem written and performed by an Atlanta teenager this past spring has been getting new attention from millions since the violence that shook America last week. Mark Strassmann spoke with the 14-year-old about what inspired him to write it.
There is a suspected serial killer in Phoenix, Arizona. At least nine people have been shot in the last four months, and seven have died. Carter Evans is following the manhunt.
Dozens of people with blank stares were seen stumbling around a Brooklyn neighborhood on Tuesday. It was a bizarre reaction to an illegal synthetic drug called K2, which is now available all across the country. Michelle Miller reports.
There's a new chapter in the ongoing war to keep outsiders away from some of the best waves in Southern California
Cameron Sterling is breaking his silence about his father's death in Baton Rouge last week. He says he believes not all police officers are bad, and called on protesters to remain peaceful in his father's name. David Begnaud has more.
Thousands of law enforcement officers from across the country gathered to pay their respects to their fallen comrades on Wednesday. Services for Brent Thompson, Lorne Ahrens and Micheal Smith were held as Dallas continues to heal. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is a leading candidate for the number two spot on the Republican ticket. Donald Trump summoned his family to meet with him at the Indiana governor's mansion, their second face-to-face encounter in two days. Major Garrett has more.
Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump a threat to democracy on Wednesday, saying he is determined to stoke fear and settle scores. But one of several new polls shows Clinton slipping after she skirted an indictment for her use of a private email server as secretary of state. Nancy Cordes has more.
Businessman sentenced for conspiring to export sensitive military information to China after accessing the computer systems of U.S. defense contractors
The NBA all-star has strong opinions on what black Americans should focus on in the wake of the Dallas police shooting
Emergency workers sent 33 people to hospitals Tuesday, saying they appeared to be under the influence of the drug known as K2 or spice
Handcuffed inmate who killed two bailiffs in an escape attempt from Michigan courthouse was accused of holding a teen against her will
Since the violence that shook America, a poem written and performed by a white Atlanta teenager has been getting new attention
"I came to understand," said one white Southerner who descended from Confederate veterans
Dallas shooter served in Army Reserve for six years; military-appointed attorney says he had prepared documents for far more severe "other than honorable" exit
The police have come under fire for tactics they used on protesters over the weekend. Over a three-day period, police arrested about 200 people.
Dozens of workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington have received medical checks for possible chemical vapor exposure
Twenty-eight-year-old fashion designer in New York wants to become a nun, but has been told she can't until she pays off her debts