The doctor involved in the lethal injection in Oklahoma was sprayed with blood when, in an attempt to insert an intravenous line, he struck an artery, according to documents filed in a federal lawsuit.
The Massachusetts senator's latest moves inspire liberals hoping for a 2016 challenge to Clinton.
Senator Elizabeth Warren’s fight over a provision in the spending bill has elevated her status as leader of the Democratic Party’s liberal base.
Nearly eight years after James Brown died, his disputed will remains mired in lawsuits and a trust set up for needy children has yet to aid its intended recipients.
Protests have taken place at Michigan State University's commencement over comments graduation speaker George Will had previously made about sexual assault reporting at colleges.
To win the party’s nomination in a contest over which Mrs. Clinton looms so large, likely Republican candidates are now jockeying to appeal to key groups.
Another man and three teenagers were injured in the shooting; one of the teenagers was critically wounded.
Customers are facing drastically increased heating bills in New England, which already has the highest rates in the 48 contiguous states.
Lawmakers are scheduled to take votes on nominations Saturday and work through the weekend to address unfinished business after partisan maneuvering on Friday disrupted what had been expected to be a relatively smooth path toward passage.
Three attacks by the Taliban in last 48 hours left at least two American soldiers and 18 Afghan soldiers dead, officials said Saturday, in what looks set to be a particularly bloody weekend in Afghanistan.
Along with stock and real estate portfolios, the global rich are now buying a new form of economic security: passport portfolios.
Robert P. McCulloch, the St. Louis County prosecuting attorney, apologized for failing to immediately make public all documents tied to the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case.
A chart-topping superstar some people love to hate is laughing all the way to the bank.
Army took an early 7-0 lead on a blocked punt before Navy tied the score before the end of the half.,Army took an early 7-0 lead on a blocked punt before Navy tied the score before the end of the half.
Wearing T-shirts that read “Black Lives Matter” and chanting “I can’t breathe,” demonstrators evoked memories of civil rights marches of the past.
Peruvian authorities said activists from Greenpeace damaged a patch of an ancient site when they placed a large sign that promoted renewable energy.
Hundreds of people attended the funeral of a woman set on fire in Mississippi and left to die by the side of the road.
The Texas Republican scuttles an agreement and forces the Senate into a rare weekend session.
The Justice Department has indicated that it will not force the reporter James Risen to divulge his confidential source, potentially eliminating a significant element of a lengthy battle over press freedoms.