NORFOLK, Va. — Three Virginia men were wounded by a hail of gunfire in a shooting recorded on Facebook Live video, police said on Wednesday, another example of the phenomenon of violence being streamed online.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Democrat Bernie Sanders endorsed former rival Hillary Clinton for president in a show of party unity on Tuesday, saying she was the best candidate to fix the country’s problems and beat Republican Donald Trump in the Nov. 8 election.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Tuesday defended the U.S. Justice Department’s decision not to bring charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, amid criticism from Republican lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee.
DALLAS — People in Dallas and across the United States are suffering in the wake of last week's slaying of five police officers at a protest against police violence, President Barack Obama told a memorial on Tuesday for victims of the deadliest day for U.S. law enforcement in almost 15 years.
WASHINGTON — As Attorney General Loretta Lynch is set to face tough questions Tuesday about declining to prosecute Hillary Clinton, Republicans in the House of Representatives asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Clinton had lied to Congress.
LOS ANGELES — An ex-girlfriend of media mogul Sumner Redstone will not be granted a new trial over her lawsuit that challenged the 93-year-old’s mental competence, a California judge said in a tentative ruling on Monday.
SEOUL — North Korea said on Monday it has told the United States it will sever the only channel of communication between them, at the United Nations in New York, after Washington blacklisted leader Kim Jong Un last week for human rights abuses.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — After two confirmed U.S. cases of a superbug that thwarts a last-resort antibiotic, infectious disease experts say they expect more cases in coming months because the bacterial gene behind it is likely far more widespread than previously believed.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House of Representatives on Monday approved an aviation bill that would upgrade security at U.S. airports in the aftermath of the Brussels and Istanbul attacks while extending funds for the Federal Aviation Administration for another 14 months.
DALLAS — The Dallas police chief said on Monday that Texas state laws allowing civilians to carry firearms openly, as some did during the protest where five officers were fatally shot, present rising challenges to law enforcement, as he stepped into America’s fierce debate over gun rights.
DALLAS — President Barack Obama urged Americans on Saturday not to view the United States as being split into opposing groups, seeking to soothe raw emotions after a former U.S. soldier killed five policemen in Dallas and high-profile police shootings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — The second fatal police shooting of a black man in two days sparked outrage in the United States on Thursday, this one particularly chilling because the victim’s girlfriend posted live video on the internet of the bloody scene minutes afterward.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Donald Trump endured some blunt exchanges when he met Republican members of Congress on Thursday but several lawmakers, including past critics, emerged with encouraging words about their presumptive White House nominee.
LOS ANGELES — Seven suspected gang members who prosecutors say firebombed the homes of African-Americans in a bid to force them out of a government-funded housing development have been charged with a string of federal offenses in an indictment unsealed on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — FBI Director James Comey told U.S. lawmakers on Thursday that FBI employees who mishandled classified material in the way Hillary Clinton did as secretary of state could be subject to dismissal or loss of security clearance.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The FBI’s harsh criticism of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system as U.S. secretary of state could make it difficult for some of her closest aides to keep or renew government security clearances, but it would not affect Clinton herself if she is elected president, experts said.