Opinion: The New York governor is in deeper legal trouble than he realizes.
Most people who overdose on heroin either die or fully recover, but a 17-year-old plunged into a state that was neither dead nor functional.
It is the vividness of a perceived threat, rather than the threat’s true potency, that plays the bigger role in the potential to spread through social media, researchers find.
Judge Claudia Wilken, who issued the landmark ruling in what is known as the O’Bannon case, has a low public profile and a reputation for intelligence, curiosity and evenhandedness.
Twelve former public school employees are accused of conspiring to alter and boost students’ standardized test scores.
The fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager Saturday by a police officer in a St. Louis suburb was met with outrage and skepticism in the largely African-American community.
Judge James R. Spencer’s exasperated, acerbic and often late-in-the-day rebukes of jurors, witnesses and lawyers make him a policing force during a criminal corruption trial of former Gov. Robert McDonnell.
Republicans strip out money for attorneys representing undocumented children.
The persistent financial demands of Wall Street have trumped the informational needs of Main Street. Print has become too much of a drag on earnings, so media companies are dividing back up and print is being kicked to the curb.
Special forces loyal to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki were deployed on Sunday night in strategic areas of Baghdad.
The street dance Detroit Jit, like Memphis jookin, features top-speed movement of the feet and evolved in part from hip-hop.
Kinder Morgan is bringing its units under one roof in a $70 billion deal that reshapes the oil and gas pipeline company.
The Smithsonian Summer Showdown has brought out both a competitive and a sassy streak in the normally sober-minded specialists charged with caring for the nation’s heirlooms.
Authorities say 24 people stranded on a roller coaster have been rescued from near the top of the ride at Six Flags America in Maryland.
Southeastern Michigan authorities are closing an investigation of an 18-year-old woman's claim she was abducted along a road and held hostage for 16 hours, saying it never happened.
It's the second time in less than a week that both sides have agreed to Egyptian mediation.
Missionaries returning to the United States after working with patients infected with Ebola will be put in quarantine and monitored, health officials said Sunday.
Tayyip Erdogan secured his place as Turkey's first directly elected head of state, taking him a step closer to the presidential system he covets.
The price of a gallon of gas in the U.S. fell in the past two weeks as crude prices have continued a broad decline.