U.S. Army Reserve Captain establishes HIV/AIDS clinic in his native Uganda.
The government will not pursue federal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin three years ago.
Ten students at Connecticut's Wesleyan University and two visitors were hospitalized Sunday from "complications" arising from the use of the drug Molly or alcohol.
Nearly 30 people were injured, four critically, when a commuter train hit a truck on the tracks and derailed in Ventura County on Tuesday morning, throwing passengers around inside the train.
A Florida woman is accused of beating her daughter, then sending her to middle school wearing a T-shirt that said, in handwritten text, that she had gotten a "good woopin" for getting bad grades.
Winter storm alerts stretched 2,000 miles from California to North Carolina early Monday, as a mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet canceled more than 1,000 flights and closed hundreds of schools.
A video was released from terror group Al-Shabaab calling for attacks on shopping malls in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, how worried should shoppers be?
70 years ago, this iconic photo was taken of 6 members of the armed forces at Iwo Jima.
First grade teacher donates kidney to one of her students.
The battle over funding the Homeland Security Department comes into sharp focus after new threats. Tracie Potts reports.
Kentucky police department issues APB for "Queen Elsa", blaming the Disney character for the recent frigid weather.
Michigan rescue group steps in to care for five horses found starving in barn where a sixth pony had already frozen to death.
90-year-old Harry Stewart shot down German warplanes in World War II, but was denied work as a pilot after the war because of the color of his skin.
New streaming service offers cable alternative.
U.S. military announces plan to retake Iraqi city of Mosul.
Frigid temperatures maintain their grip on much of the United States.
The deadline for those wishing to enroll in Obamacare has been extended.
U.K. counterterror officials were urgently searching for three teenage schoolgirls they feared had run away from home to travel to Syria, police said Friday.
11-year-old uses shotgun to defend herself when burglars break into her home.
The Department of Justice will ask a higher court to stay a Texas judge's ruling that put on hold plans to provide deportation deferrals to people here illegally.