Victims found in suburban home include 5 children; suspect in standoff with police
When asked why he had not visited the border on his trip to Texas to meet with Gov. Rick Perry, President Obama replied: "This isn't theater."
Hallandale, Fla. police believe husband hit wife, fired gun in dispute involving 70-somethings married eight months
A 21-year-old in upstate New York allegedly murdered his father and stole his ID to cross into Canada
Danilo is fleeing Honduran gangs, but now faces deportation through the American legal system
Jury awards damages of $18 million but clears former owner Frank McCourt in attack that left Bryan Stow brain-damaged and disabled
Rep. Maxine Waters demands firing ofofficer videotaped "viciously" punching woman on side of LA freeway
The soccer player from Detroit who attacked a referee at a game has been charged with murder after the referee died
Jasmine Sade Curry was killed while inside a minivan early Wednesday police say. Her brother, Pierce was also murdered nearly a year ago
Since 1998 more than 500 children have died in hot cars
15-month-old boy who died had been left inside car on hot day for an "extended period of time"
Authorities warn users of EZ-Pass toll system that's in 15 states that one careless click could compromise their credit
Dozens of blazes have blackened parts of the West in summer drought conditions that have brought a fire-friendly landscape
Man and wife get separated jet skiing on Nevada lake; she's found by rescuers hours later without a life jacket with "so much energy"
Moves are designed to open salary-cap space so they can land LeBron James, the most sought after free agent on the market
Blueprint promoted drug treatment programs and calls for an enhanced focus on preventing overdoses from opioids
A NYC man was critically injured when another man punched him in the face in argument about dog
Ray Nagin - who was mayor during the 2005 Hurricane Katrina crisis - was convicted in February of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in money, free vacations and granite for his family business
State officials say business magnate hasn't taken proper legal steps to keep the Stars and Stripes flying from 70-foot flagpole
Crowds gather for the first day of recreational marijuana sales in Washington state