An influx of young people is revitalizing the city’s downtown, and developers are responding by converting obsolete office towers into luxury residences.
Prosecutors said four people caught in a teacher certification fraud scheme have agreed to stop teaching, ending the federal case involving teachers in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
One of Utah’s most popular ski resorts is facing eviction in a legal dispute that may not be settled by the time winter kicks in.
The police said the man was brandishing a knife and that he had refused to drop it and approached officers.
Since legislation failed on Capitol Hill, immigrant advocacy groups have turned their focus on the president, demanding that he halt most deportations.
Virginia’s former secretary of the commonwealth, Janet Vestal Kelly, detailed the strains that “ruined” her relationship with Maureen McDonnell, the wife of former Gov. Bob McDonnell.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's federal corruption trial features the two Maureens in his life.
A district judge says the governor's plan would cause "irreparable harm" to students.
He vows to fight "with every fiber of my being."
Washington is feeling pressure after nonstop TV coverage of unrest in Ferguson.
The victim reportedly is an American journalist.
She asserts that the payments made for the 45-foot-long vehicle are within market rates.
Lawmakers posting videos of the challenge on official accounts are violating House rules.
Democrats hope to take advantage of the marriage gap by ramping up turnout among single women.
The pain that Michael Brown's parents are going through in Ferguson, Missouri, is something Sybrina Fulton can relate to. She is Trayvon Martin's mother. Here are her words to Michael's mother.
When a photographer is at the right place at the right time, a lightning show can be absolutely magical.
Simon says President Obama is doing little to help the situation.