When the 25-year-old died April 19, 2015, and riots erupted, Baltimore and its residents were forced to confront old, painful issues
Ruling allowing transgender high school student to use bathroom of his choice could have widespread legal effects
There's little doubt the front-runner will triumph in his home state -- the main question is just how big will he win?
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Warning originally intended for police in Verona, Italy was sent to authorities in New Jersey town by the same name
The texts were reportedly sent in May using the group messaging app GroupMe, with one likening President Barack Obama to a "watermelon eatin baboon"
Not much can be done besides better warning when more than a foot of water gets dumped on a major metropolis in just one day, official says
Police attempting to figure out whether displayer was an art project or something worse at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville
Paul Manafort is sharpening the campaign's focus on wrangling delegates for Trump in the runup to the July nominating convention
Man stepped into the line of fire of a person holding a .40 caliber pistol in an attempt to get the perfect shot, police say
Authorities are trying to track down two brothers in the case of a Washington couple, missing and presumed murdered
Patrick Downes and Adrianne Haslet marked a milestone this year, completing the marathon with artificial legs
Floods have killed at least five in the Houston area, and more flash floods are possible today
The Chinese Christian Union of San Francisco says the urinal exposes those who use it to "shame and embarrassment"
Retired Lt. Lori Franchina said she developed PTSD after her male colleagues harassed and discriminated against her
John Charlton has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old mother of three
Economic losses from legislation targeting the LGBT community law have quadrupled in the past week, Raleigh officials say
The area is officially open to the public, but stories of confrontations there go back decades
Court papers allege the donor had in fact been diagnosed with schizophrenia and narcissistic personality disorder, had spent time behind bars
He allegedly fathered at least 36 children