Officials have confirmed that bones found at a Southern California desert gravesite are those of two boys whose parents also were buried there.
Police on New York's Long Island say a deli owner and his son are under arrest for scamming a customer out of a $1 million lottery ticket.
The family of the alleged victim in a sexual assault case involving Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said in a statement late Friday that she didn't consent, as his attorneys have suggested, and that the player committed rape.
A new indictment offers shocking details of the alleged corruption happening inside the Baltimore City Detention Center.
A Texas woman accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
Representative Scott Tipton, a Republican of Colorado, rode a Tea Party wave to Congress, but now faces the pressure of his district’s demographics.
The leader of an Army study on gender integration has stepped down following a leaked email chain.
President Obama’s critics — in Congress, the Arab world and Israel — argue that he has the strategy backward in negotiating a freeze of Iran’s nuclear program.
A Texas cheerleading coach is in police custody after a girl told police he sexually assaulted her three different times.
Since his recent U.S. homecoming, the long-lost son has been baptized, a good Samaritan gave him an airline ticket and now he's counting down the hours until Saturday morning -- when he will see his mother for the first time in 35 years.
He says the Republican Senate hopeful "misjudged" the people of Wyoming.
The Federal Communications Commission might be ready to permit cellphone calls in flight. But what about the airlines?
A 30-year-old Iraqi woman who began working as a translator for the U.S. military at the onset of the war is now a U.S. Marine.
Eat, shop, eat…repeat: It's a pattern restaurants hope they'll see this holiday season as they extend their Black Friday hours.
A large group of Baltimore corrections officers and members of a notorious prison gang have been working together to peddle drugs, phones and sex inside the city's jail, prosecutors say.
The prime Obamacare website contractor had long before concluded the goals to be unrealistic.
The nonprofit Easter Seals organization has for decades been thought of as mainly helping children and adults with disabilities and special needs. But the organization now is in the midst of a new initiative to expand support networks for veterans, military service members and their families.
The mother of a missing New Hampshire girl who was last seen more than a month ago leaving her high school says she believes her daughter is still alive and pleaded for her safe return.
While $54 a person is spent on financial marketing to Americans, only $2 per person is spent on financial education.
The Texas Board of Education used a late-night meeting to preliminarily approve new science textbooks for classrooms across the state late Thursday night, but it blocked signing off on a major new biology text until alleged "errors" in lessons over the theory of evolution are checked by outside experts.